Love Reggae? Love Sea Turtle Inc. or Surfvive.org?
This is the event for you. Not only can you enjoy two evenings of some of the best Reggae music on the planet, but a portion of your ticket goes to those two great local organizations.
Tonight, Friday, April 21, and tomorrow, Saturday, April 22, the Causeway Café, 5908 Padre Boulevard, will come alive with the sounds of calypso and rhythm and blues.
It’s SPI Reggae Fest with two full of days of Reggae and live street art to celebrate Earth Day and the two nonprofit organizations – Surfvive and Sea Turtle Inc.
The Dabs ft. Ragnam Poyser from Jamaica
Los Rude Waves
Ocean Breeze Avenue
Cool Under Fire
Live street artists
What is Reggae music?
Reggae is a genre first developed in Jamaica in the 1960s. While most who use the word, they reference the popular Jamaican dance music, but it more denotes a specific music style that evolved out of earlier genres like Ska and Rocksteady.