The Urban Island music movement continues to spread like wild fire across the U.S. as we approach summer and this weekend the place to be is Reno, NV. 77Fyah Entertainment presents their first annual reggae bash to be held at the Wingfield Park Amphitheater on June 9th.
In the biggest little city in the world, Reno’s Polynesian community has grown over the years. Hosted by R.N.O. (Reno Nesian Organization) a non-profit group that was created to promote roots and culture to urban islanders in the Reno community. One of the lead organizers of the Reggae Bash, Kite Afeaki said,”It’s an all ages show and families can come out and enjoy a fun loving atmosphere of feel good music.” When urban islanders are able to organize an event where it brings people together in a positive light, it keeps a consistent poly movement flowing within their own communities.
The line-up for the show is Sacramento’s very own Finn “The Groovah”, Salt Lake City’s Josh “Wawa” White, and headlining the show will be Mr. Love Messenger himself Ray Leger. Other performances include Uprising, Nesi Finau and Sione Uiha. Doors open at 12 noon and will go until 10pm. Since its an all ages show, pre-sale tickets are $15 and $20 at the door. Students are $10 with school ID.
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