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Reggae Mission back with reggae front man Culture Brown

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
October 2nd, 2011

Magic Bus with the Man in Havana

Tuesday, October 4th – Showtime 10pm –

The Magic Bus features local electronic music every Tuesday.  It’s always a great night on the dance floor and there’s never any cover.

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, October 5th – Starts 8:30pm –

Come to listen or come to play…the stage is open.

Breakfluid

Thursday, October 6th – Showtime 9pm –

A night with DJ Breakfluid…bring your moves and hit the dance floor. No cover.

An evening with Dominique Fraissard and Friends

Friday, October 7th – Showtime 9pm –

From traditional folk pieces to urban grooves, Nelson’s Dominique Fraissard brings us his music for the people. 

His music, some tender and gentle songs, other authentic pieces of work are always accompanied by his unique poetic touch. 

Fraissard is definitely an artist on the rise.  He’s already caught the ears of John Bulter and even toured as his support act. What better place to see an artist like this than in the intimate setting of the Royal. 

DJ El Jimador will wrap the evening up. 

Culture Brown and the Reggae Mission/dj’s-Buck Lee and Rasta Pete

Saturday, October 8th – Showtime 9pm – $20 at the door

The Reggae Mission is coming back together to perform once again with conscious reggae front man Culture Brown. 

This is a reunion concert that has been four years in the making. Culture Brown is an energizing Jamaican-born Reggae artist now living in Canada.

He has been described as sitting musically somewhere between Shabba Ranks and Buju Banton. With five albums behind him, Culture Brown has a global fan base. His electric stage presence is contagious, as he dares his audiences right off their feet, and into his music. 

Openinig sets by DJ’s DubSoulJah and Buck Lee.  Live Reggae Music for the Massive.

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