In concert: Some of reggae’s big names head to Cruzan on Saturday
The Palm Beach Post - almost 5 years
Among the performers at Saturday's One Love Reggae Festival are Capleton, Nadine Sutherland and Cocoa Tea.
Big reggae fans will have a great excuse to go to Cruzan Amphitheatre on Saturday, as some big names and up-and-coming performers will be on hand.
Grammy-nominated Capleton — perhaps known best at first for “Alms House” back in 1992, but more recently for “That Day Will Come” and “Small World” — and Cocoa Tea, who had a worldwide hit with “Rikers Island”, are perhaps the bigger names at the One Love Reggae Festival.
But the fest will also have “Trinidad’s soca queen”, Fayann Lyons, plus Nadine Sutherland, Daville, Leroy Sibbles, Spragga Benz, Tinga Stewart and more.
The festival is also interested in the community — it will donate a dollar for each ticket sold to the One Love Scholarship Fund for current high school seniors in South Florida.
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