Reggae 4 Cure announces performers for the first ‘Family Fun Day and Food Festival’ benefit concert to be held March 25 in Wellington
Bob Marley’s son Kymani Marley performs…and much, much more
Wellington, FL (March 22, 2017) —SupaJamz and the Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County are pleased to present the first Reggae 4 Cure Family Fun Day and Benefit Concert, which will be held from 6pm to 10pm on Saturday, March 25 at the beautiful Wellington Amphitheater, located at 12100 Forest Hill Boulevard.
The Reggae 4 Cure Festival is an opportunity to give back to the community by raising funds for critical health services and promoting awareness about Sickle Cell Disease and Trait.
The festival’s acts include top-performing reggae bands such as Tanto Metro and Devonte, The Reggae Souljahs Band, Spread the Dub, Rasun, Jahzilla and Making Faces. There will also be a special guest performance by Kymani Marley, son of the reggae icon Bob Marley.
Attendees can expect a fun-filled day of electrifying reggae music, tropical island cuisines and arts and crafts from a variety of vendors during this all-day event.
Pre-sold tickets are $10, and $25, and are available via the event website, www.Reggae4Cure.com, which also lists ticket locations. Children under 10 get in free.