Stephen Marley, Matisyahu, the Expendables, and Slightly Stoopid headline an outdoor festival
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$30 for a two-day pass to Reggae Rise Up Festival (up to $49.80 value)
When: Saturday, July 12, and Sunday, July 13, at 2 p.m.
Where: Liberty Park
Section: general admission
Door time: 1 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees.
Reggae Rise Up Festival
Best bet for hearing reggae, hip-hop, and traditional Jewish music all flowing from one formerly bearded man: Matisyahu
Essential tracks showing Matisyahu’s range: the bouncy “King Without a Crown”; the anthemic “Sunshine”; the more meditative “One Day”
The Expendables, in a few words: good vibe-purveyors blending reggae, punk rock, and surf rock
Slightly Stoopid, in a few words: psychedelic rockers who have been fusing reggae, punk, blues, and folk since 1996
How Stephen Marley’s connected to the other Marleys: son of Bob; bandmate of Ziggy; carrying on the family name with his five Grammy Awards