Bob Marley’s son to perform Puerto Vallarta Reggae Festival

Puerto Vallarta will host the first edition of the Reggae Festival, which will bring Ky Mani Marley, son of legendary musician Bob Marley, to Puerto Vallarta on 25 March.

The musical event will feature an international lineup, including Kassiano, Konfrontation Band, La Yaga, and the Englishman Maurice Profeile Band, among others, according to a press release by organizers.

Kassiano said that this is a historic meeting because it is the first time that Marley will be among the groups participating in the festival, with the talent and charisma of the dynasty that brought the reggae in the ears of the world .

Jorge Nunez, organizer of the festival, said it planned buses from Guadalajara to Puerto Vallarta for the concert, which also will have a global reach, thanks to the participation of international musicians.

Representatives of Ky Mani Marley reported that the singer is excited to come to Mexico, particularly in Puerto Vallarta, which is sure to be a strong connection between music and the atmosphere of festival goers.

Puerto Vallarta Reggae Festival (March 25)

This Festival will feature performances by international artists and groups at Centro de Espectaculous Flamingos beginning at 12:00 PM.

Please check the Puerto Vallarta events calendar

 

Buy tickets online here: https://vallartatickets.com/event/vallarta-reggae-festival-2016/2016-03-25_1200pm/

25 Responses
    1. Our band backed him up when he toured through this area. I got to sing backup and even did a duet with him. It is one of the highlights of my band days. He’s also godfather to one of the children in my family. He’s not only a talented musician but a nice guy also!

  1. Louise

    Sounds confusing as to Where Specifically this venue is located. Someone said Mega, someone said Flamingos, link shows the folkloric dancers on our Malecon. Can someone enlighten all of us to the correct location. Thanks.

    1. IHP

      The name of the venue is ‘Centro de Espectaculous Flamingos’ and it is behind the Mega on Calle Febronio Uribe. There isn’t any photos of the folkloric dancers on the Malecon.

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