Reggae4Cure Family Fun & Food Music Festival 2018
Join your fellow reggae music lovers On Saturday, March 17th, as Supa Jamz, The Sickle Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County and The Young Starr Movement host the 2nd annual “Reggae4Cure” Benefit Concert.
Reggae4Cure is the first and only Reggae festival in the city of Wellington. At its roots, reggae is a family oriented genre that encourages discipline, confidence, and commitment to upward mobility. The attendees are individuals who strive to transcend the barriers of inequality, practice a love for life and revel in the freedom of self-expression.
Attendees will be treated to authentic reggae music, a variety of fine Caribbean cuisines, and arts and crafts from a variety of vendors during this all day event.
This event raises funds for critical services that our residents need, and it promotes awareness about Sickle Cell Disease & Domestic Violence. We invite you to be a part of making this important charitable cause a success.
Redeem your Reggae4Cure ticket for a wristband at the entrance gate. Wristbands become VOID if they appear cut, broken, or tampered with. They are NON-transferable.
Only one wristband per ticket per person.
Please note that there are NO REFUNDS for tickets. All sales are final.
Food and non food vendors are welcomed to participate at the Reggae4Cure Festival. Please contact us at vendor @reggae4cure.com or call 561-877-1526.
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Parking for this event is FREE