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The Gladiators ft. Droop Lion w/ special guest Andrews Bees of Black Uhuru + King Hopeton

Legends of reggae come together for a special night! The Gladiators ft. Droop Lion with very special guest Andrew Bees (singer of Black Uhuru) and Grammy nominated producer King Hopeton!! The Gladiators ft. Droop LionFounded in 1965 by Albert Griffiths, David Webber,and Errol Grandison, The Gladiators have released some of the most mystical songs of Jamaican reggae. Their first hit, the single Hello Carol, was released in 1968. In 1976, thanks to their signature at Virgin, the trilogy Trenchtown Mix Up, Proverbial Reggae and Naturality has been distributed all around the world and some of the songs of these albums have become classics of reggae as Mix Up and Roots Natty Roots.In 2004, Albert Griffiths decided to stop touring, and at first, he passed on the torch to his sons Al on vocals and Anthony on drums. Together, they recorded the album Father and Sons in the Anchor studio in Kingston. After a few tours in this lineup, the historic members of The Gladiators (Gallimore Sutherland, Clinton Ruffus, Ruddlowe Robinson, Vernon Sutherland) and Anthony Griffiths, who remains the drummer of the band, chose Droop Lion who is the Nephew of David Webber to be the new singer of the band, whose grain of voice is quite close to one of the original singer.Andrew BeesFor the past 25 years, Oneil Norman Beckford aka Andrew Bees, has been the frontman for Grammy Award winning group, Black Uhuru. In late 2020, Andrew completed his latest album titled Real Life, produced by Andrew Seidel at SUB80 Music International. Real Life is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2021 on US-based label LAW Records. Rasta always spreads consciousness, and speaks for the consciousness of the world. It doesnt matter who is in charge, Rasta speak for the East, North, West, and South. Not only for America, but for Africa, Europe, Asia and all over the world. Rasta speaks for Solidarity, Upliftment and Education. The past is the present and the present is the future. Andrew BeesKing HopetonGrammy nominated for producing Best Reggae Album Black Uhuru – As The World Turns 2019King Hopeton was born in St Ann, a parish in the beautiful island of Jamaica. He aspires to create a legacy and body of work which will be synonymous with the works of reggae icons, including Black Uhuru, Wailing Souls, Mighty Diamonds , Itals, The Melodians and Justin Hinds. The wealth of knowledge that he has grasped from the industry, was honed while playing instruments at weddings, funerals, concerts, festivals and numerous functions since he was 4 years old.A versatile reggae singer, musician and producer whose work embodies elements of Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, Ska, Gospel, Alternative and Classical music.

Boostive w/special guest Object Heavy!

The mighty Boostive is back with the badass Object Heavy providing support for this massive, high-energy show full of reggae, soul, funk and hip-hop that will no doubt get you moving on the dance floor! BoostiveBoostive is a 6 to 7 piece musical collective drawing inspiration from late 70s roots reggae, golden era Hip-Hop, and Soul from the days of Motown. Led by Chilean/Asian American music producer Seiji Komo, the group has spent the last few years grinding away on the west coast festival circuit. The bands explosive horn section and dynamic rhythm section is what sets the band apart from the rest of the crowd and has earned them slots with their genres biggest acts like Matisyahu, Dirtwire, Don Carlos, Lee Scratch Perry, and many more. The recent addition of female lead singer Divina has solidified them as a premiere live act and even landed them a record deal with Slightly Stoopids, Stoopid Records. Object HeavyObject Heavy is Northern Californias hardest hitting Soul sensation.Object Heavy has been very busy cooking up a new album produced by Kelly Finnigan (Monophonics), showing off their progressive, yet soulful sound. Look for this record release in 2021.Object Heavys magnetic blend of classic Cadillac Soul, effortlessly contagious dance grooves, vocal harmonies and blazing musicianship is ripe for an experience you dont want to miss.

The Aggrolites w/special guest The Inciters

Dirty reggae legends The Aggrolites bring their modern blend of early reggae, rocksteady and soul back to Moes Alley! Add local high-energy, Northern Soul favorites The Inciters to the bill and this is a night not to be missed! The AggrolitesThe year is 2002. Vocalist Jesse Wagner and organist Roger Rivas, each fresh out of their own bands, come together to form dirty reggae quintet the Aggrolites. With a sound that is equal parts Kingston and Motown, the band turns the heads of discerning music listeners everywhere, not to mention a slew of legends both old-school (Phyllis Dillon, Derrick Morgan) and newer (Tim Armstrong) who recruit them for collaborations. Over the next decade, the Los Angeles band tours hard and records constantly, releasing five full-lengths while spending close to 250 days a year on the road. For a time, it seemed like the Aggrolites were everywhere, and thats because they truly were. (Their vans odometer can prove it.)The Aggrolites created their lates record REGGAE NOW! without a deadline in mind. Once they felt like the album was complete, they didnt have to look far for a partner: Bay Area label Pirates Press Records was at the top of their list.Ive known [Pirates Press Records owner] Skippy since I was 17, says Wagner. Over the years, seeing how much hes progressed and knowing what kind of respect everybody has for him Hes one of those people we trusted to know what to do with the Aggrolite name and image.With REGGAE NOW! out the Aggrolites are hitting the road this summer for their first full U.S. tour in six years. Wagner says the band is excited to get back in the groove.Were passionate about reggae, were passionate about our band, and I dont think were ever gonna stop, he concludes. Everybody clicks right now. Thats why were calling it REGGAE NOW!because this is us now.The IncitersNorthern Soul takes the Motown/Stax ethic but adds a stronger back-beat with more adventurous production, and The Inciters continue this tradition in grand style. With ten members (sometimes more!) wielding drums, bass, guitar, a full horn section, and three female vocals, The Inciters have no problem filling a room with the powerful sound of soul. The three vocalists lead the band through finely crafted original songs as well as traditional soul music that will get you out of your seat and start to dance!The Inciters are from Santa Cruz, but travel the world in support of their internationally released records.Seeing them in their hometown is a unique experience. They bring in guest singers on occasion, sometimes quite famous soul artists. And they always have as much fun on stage as the audience does!

Sensi Trails w/special guests Santa Cruda!

Southern Calfiornia favorites Sensi Trails make their debut at Moes Alley! The rising stars in the reggae scene take the stage with Santa Cruzs own Santa Cruda for a night of roots-style California Reggae! Sensi TrailsSensi Trails got their start and gained a following on the east coast and before moving to San Diego in 2018 toured heavily for two years. Since moving to Ocean Beach, Sensi Trails has received an incredible amount of support from the reggae community. They played 3 popup sets at 2019s California Roots Festival and were on the mainstage for 2020 but as we know everything has been suspended. Santa CrudaCalifornia eagerly welcomes the new soul-reggae trio SANTA CRUDA. Where Bruno Proal s gem Shawn Yanez to deliver the sweet sounds of feel good music. Playing original music to covers from Sublime, Bob Marley, Slightly Stoopid, classic hip hop artists and many more. For those who dont know Santa Cruda means Holy Hangover in Spanish so be sure you will have a great time listening and hanging out with them!

Ancestree – at The Yard *SOLD OUT – THANK YOU!*

This is a seated show in our new outdoor space! You must purchase a full table at checkout. We have tables for 6, 4 and 2 people. So grab some friends or family to join you! Please enter through the side gate on the left side of Moes Alley. And please make sure to stay socially distanced from other parties while you wait to be seated. Food truck will be on site, so bring your appetite! This event is 21+ onlyTickets are $22 per person, but you must purchase an entire tableTable for 6 – $132Table for 4 – $88Table for 2 – $44AncestreeListen to the sounds of chakras dancing to heartbeat rhythms and heavenly harmonies. Words of Love and ancient wisdom intertwine with deep bass one drops and majestic horns; Soul, Funk, Jazz, Rock, Hip Hop infused Roots Reggae. ANCESTREE draws from a deep well of spiritual inspiration creating a natural sound to move all people, inspiring one to dance with an open heart and mind.

Soul Majestic – at The Yard *SOLD OUT – THANK YOU!*

This is a socially-distanced seated show in our new outdoor space! You must purchase a full table at checkout. We have tables for 6, 4 and 2 people. So grab some friends or family to join you! Were all about safety for you, our artists and our staff, so:- Please try to have your whole party arrive together if possible.- Masks must be worn unless you are at your seat. – Tables will be 6 feet apart.- Hand sanitizer will be available on site. Please enter through the side gate on the left side of Moes Alley. And please make sure to stay socially distanced from other parties while you wait to be seated. Food truck will be on site, so bring your appetite! This event is 21+ onlyTickets are $22 per person, but you must purchase an entire tableTable for 6 – $132Table for 4 – $88Table for 2 – $44Soul MajesticConceived on the sandy shores of California, Soul Majestic channels their sunny beach days and bonfire nights into their unique style of reggae music. Look beyond their laid back vibe, and youll find they are ever pushing the boundaries of the genre with an edge that cuts through the smoky haze. Their music blends a deep commitment to roots reggae with a love of hip-hop, Rs reggae, but originala new twist on familiar soundswith conscious, heartfelt, and socially relevant yet timeless messages. Their signature vocal sound features male and female singers trading melodies and soaring harmonies, laced with edgy, crowd hyping dancehall verses and memorable hooks. Epic lead guitar solos wail over a wide range of tight danceable beats, rock flourishes, and heavy-dub interludes that will captivate and move you to dance.With a resume that includes recording with some of the greatest legends in the business (such as Sly and Robbie), sharing festival stages with the likes of Rebelution, Matisyahu, Sean Paul, and Damian Marley, and extensive touring of North America both headlining and as a support act for Jamaican dancehall artist Anthony B, Soul Majestic has managed to amass a worldwide fan base. They have journeyed together through many adventures and growth opportunities in their career, from a pilgrimage to Jamaica to record their second album Until that Day at Bob Marleys Tuff Gong Studio, to touring Canada in support of their third album, Better World (which received an award for Galaxy Radio Canadas top 10 international reggae albums of the year). Through it all they have maintained a strong unity and drive to continue to do what they love most: uplifting people through music.Their 6th album, Keep it Burning, drops July 24th, 2020 on all platforms. An acoustic version of the title track debuted live on FB the night of the 2016 presidential election, raising the spirits of over 100K viewers with its messages of unity, resistance and perseverance. Ever pushing forward, Soul Majestic has arrived at their highest peak of songwriting and musical creation yet.

Santa Cruda – at The Yard *SOLD OUT – THANK YOU!*

Event DetailsThis is a socially-distanced seated show in our new outdoor space! You must purchase a full table at checkout. We have tables for 6, 4 and 2 people. So grab some friends or family to join you! Were all about safety for you, our artists and our staff, so:1. Please try to have your whole party arrive together if possible. 2. Masks must be worn unless you are at your seat.3. Tables will be 6 feet apart.4. Hand sanitizer will be available on site.Please enter through the side gate on the left side of Moes Alley. And please make sure to keep six feet of distance from other parties while you wait to be seated. Food truck will be on site, so bring your appetitie! This event is 21+ onlyTickets are $20 each, but you must purchase an entire tableTable for 6 – $120Table for 4 – $80Table for 2 – $40

Dee Jay Spleece & Kava Jah – at The Yard *SOLD OUT – THANK YOU!*

Event DetailsThis is a socially-distanced seated show in our new outdoor space! You must purchase a full table at checkout. We have tables for 6, 4 and 2 people. So grab some friends or family to join you! Were all about safety for you, our artists and our staff, so:1. Please try to have your whole party arrive together if possible. 2. Masks must be worn unless you are at your seat.3. Tables will be 6 feet apart.4. Hand sanitizer will be available on site.Please enter through the side gate on the left side of Moes Alley. And please make sure to keep six feet of distance from other parties while you wait to be seated. Food truck will be on site, so bring your appetitie! This event is 21+ onlyTickets are $20 each, but you must purchase an entire tableTable for 6 – $120Table for 4 – $80Table for 2 – $40