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September 1st, 2010
San Marcos River Reggae Fest promises music and more

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The Original Wailers will be at the San Marcos River Reggae Fest on Sept. 6.

STAFF REPORT

Listen keenly, Reggae fans. The San Marcos River Reggae Fest will take place on Sept. 6 from 1-11 p.m. at San Marcos Plaza Park, 206 North C.M. Allen Parkway. It is hosted by T&A Events.

Artists slated to appear at the Reggae Fest include the Original Wailers, The Movement, Full Service, Ashes of Babylon, Carlton Pride And Zion, Tin Can Phone and Chris Boomer. The Original Wailers were started in 2008 by former Wailers Al Anderson and Junior Marvin, who played guitar and contributed backing vocals for Bob Marley.

In addition to the music will be dozens of vendors selling a variety of items.

Admission is $10 in advance, $12 at the door or $10 with valid student identification. The concert is for all ages. Children age eight and younger are admitted free with an accompanying adult.

Tickets are available online at riverreggae.eventbrite.com/.

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9 thoughts on “San Marcos River Reggae Fest promises music and more

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  2. Bob Marley, dead. Peter Tosh, dead. Jah rest their souls. Bunny Wailer is 73. These guys may be good, but “original” I and I don’t think so.

  3. New world society and One destany should be on that show . wailers is good but no original Al and Junior bigup good to see the man dem still jamming.

  4. TIN CAN PHONE is awesome! they are probably one of the best bands playing. keep up the good work guys

  5. The show was amazing. The price was very low at the gate and the acts that were booked were very talented. My friends and I had a great time and are looking forward to next year. Junior Marvin still rips it on the guitar!

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