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OUTERNATIONAL BOB MARLEY BIRTHDAY


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The 31st Annual Bob Marley Outernational once again celebrates the life and music of the King of Reggae. This year with 2 stages, including outdoor live stage and dancehall corner, some very special guests, live REGGAE bands, DJ's, Sounds, MC's, food, reggae stalls and soooo much more...

Full details out soon!

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Gonna be a great day and part profits will go to OXFAM as usual :respect:
Who Jah Bless .....
and yu know the rest!

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Bob Marley Outernational is an event that has run annually in Western Australia since 1981. Celebrating the life and musical legacy of the great Robert Nesta Marley. With the aim of showcasing a diverse range of reggae music, paying homage to the roots and foundation artists, whilst highlighting the ever evolving Jamaican music genre, and providing a forum for local acts to perform and develop. Over its 30 year history it has featured international, national and local reggae and dancehall bands and dj's. Every year part proceeds are donated to various worthy causes, and in the past this has included community radio stations, third world schools, assistance for the disabled, the victims of the Haiti Earthquake and clean water projects in Africa through Oxfam.


Some of the artists who have performed at Bob Marley Outernational in past years include:

Jah Shaka
Earl 16
Benjamin Zephaniah
Mixed Relations
I-Land
Footprince
Bruce Gilbert and the Refugees
Justice Posse
Jah Wisdom
Rainbow Serpent
Ichinan
A2Z
Special Brew
Freedom Principle
Six Mile High
The Isolites
Danny Pashun
Sunshine Brothers
Raggabeats
Jamdown Kingz
The Empressions
The Outernational Crew
Ras Movement
Tutomath
Troopaz
Dj Ray
Dj Simba

This year we proud to be bringing you a fantastic lineup of reggae and dancehall acts including:

ON THE OUTDOOR STAGE

JESSE PROVERBS (Jamaican singer)

LIVE BANDS:
NGATI (NZ Reggae)
THE ISOLITES (Rocksteady reggae)
JAH ERA (East Timorese Reggae/merengae)
RIVERBEATS (roots reggae)

SOUNDS:
JAMDOWN KINGZ
THE EMPRESSIONS

ON THE DANCEHALL CORNER STAGE

SELECTAS:
GENERAL JUSTICE
SIMBA
TUTOMATH
MUMMA TREES
SISTA CHE

and more to be announced!

PLUS.......

Reggae stalls, food, Bob Marley movies AND MORE!

Once again this year we are proud to be supporting Oxfam, with part proceeds being donated to their East African Crisis Fund.

For more info, call 0411 22 9258 or 0447 397 854.
http://www.reggaedancehallwa.com/

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Bob Marley Outernational is an event that has run annually in Western Australia since 1981. Celebrating the life and musical legacy of the great Robert Nesta Marley. With the aim of showcasing a diverse range of reggae music, paying homage to the roots and foundation artists, whilst highlighting the ever evolving Jamaican music genre, and providing a forum for local acts to perform and develop. Over its 30 year history it has featured international, national and local reggae and dancehall bands and dj's. Every year part proceeds are donated to various worthy causes, and in the past this has included community radio stations, third world schools, assistance for the disabled, the victims of the Haiti Earthquake and clean water projects in Africa through Oxfam.


Some of the artists who have performed at Bob Marley Outernational in past years include:

Jah Shaka
Earl 16
Benjamin Zephaniah
Mixed Relations
I-Land
Footprince
Bruce Gilbert and the Refugees
Justice Posse
Jah Wisdom
Rainbow Serpent
Ichinan
A2Z
Special Brew
Freedom Principle
Six Mile High
The Isolites
Danny Pashun
Sunshine Brothers
Raggabeats
Jamdown Kingz
The Empressions
The Outernational Crew
Ras Movement
Tutomath
Troopaz
Dj Ray
Dj Simba

This year we proud to be bringing you a fantastic lineup of reggae and dancehall acts including:

ON THE OUTDOOR STAGE

JESSE PROVERBS (Jamaican singer)

LIVE BANDS:
NGATI (NZ Reggae)
THE ISOLITES (Rocksteady reggae)
JAH ERA (East Timorese Reggae/merengae)
RIVERBEATS (roots reggae)

SOUNDS:
JAMDOWN KINGZ
THE EMPRESSIONS

ON THE DANCEHALL CORNER STAGE

SELECTAS:
GENERAL JUSTICE
SIMBA
TUTOMATH
MUMMA TREES
SISTA CHE

and more to be announced!

PLUS.......

Reggae stalls, food, Bob Marley movies AND MORE!

Once again this year we are proud to be supporting Oxfam, with part proceeds being donated to their East African Crisis Fund.

For more info, call 0411 22 9258 or 0447 397 854.
http://www.reggaedancehallwa.com/

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OH WOW! This looks fantastic!

Is there anyway my wife could sell a few of her crotcheted reggae hats? They are in red gold and green. She has also made a few where she stuffs her old stockings full of rag and stitches them to the inside so it looks like dreadlocks.
Maybe we could set up a little stall? Do you think this may be possible?

Thank you. One Love
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absolutely NOT!

Your enthusiasm for reggae music is great, but it needs to be followed up by more research to create some overstanding. Dreadlocks are a physical manifestation of a rastamans covenent with the Almighty, (from the bible). Not a joke ting. These kind of "fake dreadlock hats" are offensive and carry overtones of racism ala black and white minstrals. Many rastas have been beaten and imprisoned in the past, for their spirituality and beliefs, and Jamaican culture and Rastafari is worthy of respect.

Your intentions may be good, but ignorance is offensive.

here is a couple of links for your further research...
http://www.jamaican-...dreadlocks.html
http://www.important...dreadlocks.html
http://www.bbc.co.uk...ions/rastafari/

After reading these I hope you will reconsider your avatar also. To associate a rastaman with a monkey is racist and hugely offensive.

Peace.

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Some info on Oxfams East Africa Food Crisis Appeal -
https://www.oxfam.or...ica-food-crisis
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New addition to the bill !

DJ M.J. (Zimbabwean selecta based in Adelaide!)
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One week away!
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