Bob Marley Outernational Birthday 2016

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BOB MARLEY OUTERNATIONAL 2016

One of Australias longest running festivals celebrates 35 years with the biggest line up of West Australian reggae talent EVER!

10 reggae bands from Perth and as far as Broome and Kalgoorlie will gather alongside the top 12 Perth reggae djs on Sunday Feb 7th at the Railway Hotel North Fremantle, for 12 hours of reggae, 2 stages (outdoor and indoor), food and reggae stalls plus giant video screen .

Headlining are
THE MEXICANS from Broome,
plus
Cera Kymarni & lioness movement,
The U-Nites,
Cross 2 Fade,
NBA Rastas,
Souljah Kaptivz,
Oz Island Band,
Ngati,
IOM &
Lil Pedro
on the outside stage and the inside stage features Perths top reggae dis, many whom are also producers and had international releases -
DJs Dr Packer,
General Justice,
Simba,
Mumma Trees,
S-Man,
Fireside Imperial,
Nick Sheppard,
Upfront,
Paul Gamblin,
Blaqknight,
VJ Kevo and
Headliner Beats.

Starts at 12 midday finishes at 12 midnight $30 on the door @the Railway Hotel 44 Tydeman Road North Fremantle.

Part proceeds to Oxfam's closing the gap indeigenous projects .

35th annual Bob Marley Outernational celebrating the king of reggaes birthday and legacy.


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Bob Marley Outernational is an event that has run annually in Western Australia since 1981. Celebrating the life and musical legacy of the great Robert Nesta Marley. With the aim of showcasing a diverse range of reggae music, paying homage to the roots and foundation artists, whilst highlighting the ever evolving Jamaican music genre, and providing a forum for local acts to perform and develop. Over its 30 year history it has featured international, national and local reggae and dancehall bands and dj's. Every year part proceeds are donated to various worthy causes, and in the past this has included community radio stations, third world schools, assistance for the disabled, the victims of the Haiti Earthquake and clean water projects in Africa through Oxfam.
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