Big Ship Music presents Long Beach Reggae Music, Jerk & Food Festival

Long Beach, CA – Family-friendly, Cultural Extravaganza debut! On Sunday, September 28th at 11:00am (Queen Mary Events Park – 1126 Queens Hwy. North, Long Beach, CA), Big Ship Music Inc. will present the first annual Long Beach Reggae Music, Jerk & Food Festival (LBRMJFF) featuring Grammy-nominated Reggae Ambassador Freddie McGregor, O.D. and his Big Ship crew Chino & Stephen Di Genius, U-Roy, Ken Boothe, The Tamlins, Admiral Tibet, The Abysinnians, Pato Banton, Everton Blender, Quinto Sol, Judah Eskendar Tafari and Blaze Mob.

Master of ceremonies – from NYC – 93.5FM WVIP’s DJ Roy – Irie Jam Radio/Road Int’l Sound, Conroy Allison – Winner’s Circle amd Jeff Sarge – Culture Jam. Support provided by Big Ship Music, Inc., Colortrax Silkscreen, Ticket Fly, Foundation Media, and FUNSATION4 Media.

Advance Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 17th and can be purchased online at, and in person at local outlets throughout Southern California.

Produced by Big Ship Music Inc., the LBRMJFF, was created as the answer to the call for an all-inclusive, multi-cultural Caribbean and Latin American food festival in Southern California. “This unique festival will bring together family, friends and fans along with popular artists from the Caribbean diaspora creating a perfect fusion of music, culinary arts and culture where all are welcome. Join us on the BIG LAWN to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience,” says Freddie McGregor – Event Co-creator.

During this unique festival, visitors will enjoy the pulsating rhythms of Reggae & Latin music, while sampling delicious cuisine, arts/crafts, and enjoyable family fun. The popularity of a cultural festival of this kind has grown over the years and spread across the USA – now it’s time for Long Beach. A large tourism attraction, increasing visitation and commerce, this celebratory element adds to the continued efforts of community development and cultural exchange within Southern California, while re-establishing the roots of Caribbean music. Connecting a universal language through rhythm, the vast appeal of Caribbean/Latin music and its impact has become the foundation of music history for many.

World A Reggae is proud to be a sponsor of this Unique event.

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