QLD Ska & Reggae Night

Sat 24 Sep
QLD Ska & Reggae Night

QLD Ska & Reggae Night

QLD SKA & REGGAE FESTIVAL are bringing you another massive night in the Lakeside Room with Reggae, 2Tone & Sweet Trojan Ska!

First up - 'The Seven of Ska'! 7 piece instrumental, all original old skool ska vibes! Then, the award winning favourites 'Sunny Coast Rude Boys' will be bringing the UK 2Tone vibes as always, bring the energy & the party on stage with a 10 piece band playing The Specials, Madness, The Beat, Bad Manners, The Dualers, UB40 & more!....

and headlining , fresh from their killer sets at WOMAD 2022 are Sydney based reggae heavy hitters SUB TRIBE! This is a massive line up, with Old Skool original DJs 'Ruff Neck Renegade Sound System' playing red hot vinyl Reggae sets in between. This sold out last time, so get your tickets now!

Delicious Caribbean food and cocktails will be available!

#OneLove #QldSkaFestival

Dates
Sat 24 Sep
Where
Lakeside Room
Ages
All Ages
Duration
5hrs
Tickets
1st Release - $25
2nd Release - $35
3rd Release - $42
Door Price - $45
U18s - $28
Times
Sat 24 September - 6:00pm

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