Ky-mani Marley to sing at festival
Bermuda is set to celebrate the music of Bob Marley at the Marley Festival on June 24.
The concert, to be held at Snorkel Park, will feature Ky-mani Marley and Konfrontation, a 12-piece band, performing a collection of his own music along with tributes to his father.
And representing the island will be local artists Working Title and Conscious Band, along with reggae entertainer Mox.
Tickets for the show cost $50 in advance or $70 at the gate, with VIP tickets costing $125. Tickets are available at Kit & Caboodle, Jamaican Grill, 27th Century Boutique, Caesar’s Pharmacy and Snorkel Park, or online at ptix.bm.
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