Feel the East Coast Vibes

Julian Marley is one of 32 acts that include homegrown artists East Coast Breevas (pictured) as well as Friday’s much-anticipated Whakatane band Kora.

Julian Marley, son of reggae royalty Bob Marley, headlines day two of the two-day East Coast Vibes festival which starts tomorrow at the Outdoor Theatre.

Marley is one of 32 acts that include homegrown artists East Coast Breevas as well as Friday’s much-anticipated Whakatane band Kora.

The five-piece genre-breakers fuse elements of reggae, rock, dub, roots, funk, and more recently space funk and dub step elements.

Hosted by comedian Te Hamua Nikora and Biondi the festival kicks off tomorrow at 11am with Palmerston North eight-piece reggae fusion band, Ripple Effect. For bookings visit eastcoastvibes.co.nz

Julian Marley, son of reggae royalty Bob Marley, headlines day two of the two-day East Coast Vibes festival which starts tomorrow at the Outdoor Theatre.

Marley is one of 32 acts that include homegrown artists East Coast Breevas as well as Friday’s much-anticipated Whakatane band Kora.

The five-piece genre-breakers fuse elements of reggae, rock, dub, roots, funk, and more recently space funk and dub step elements.

Hosted by comedian Te Hamua Nikora and Biondi the festival kicks off tomorrow at 11am with Palmerston North eight-piece reggae fusion band, Ripple Effect. For bookings visit eastcoastvibes.co.nz

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