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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Pato Banton

Julie Reeder, the publisher of the Village News, asked me to help spread the news.

Reggae star Pato Banton is coming to Fallbrook July 24 for the Soul Roll Music Festival at the Elder House.

This awesome, first-time local performance will be preceded by five additional bands, including Social Green, Irusalem, LeperKhanz, Kingsland, and Better Chemical -- making for a full day of live music and fun, fun, fun.

All ages are welcome. A beer garden is available, and food from Pop 'n Mama's and the Rib Shack will include ribs, hamburgers, kettle corn, funnel cakes, smoothies, and more. Advance tickets are only $12 for the full day (available at the Village News office, 127 West Elder, in Fallbrook) and $15 at the door. Gates open at 11 a.m., and music begins at 12 noon.

Don't miss this exciting event under the oaks at the Historic Elder House in downtown Fallbrook! Go to soulrollexpo.com to pre-register, get more information, and see photos of previous Soul Roll events. 

Gates open at 11 am, but the music won't start until noon.

This sounds like a fun event. I am pretty sure that I and I will be able to attend. Please join me for a sun baked day of reggae in the Friendly Village.


Anonymous said...

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Ciao, rasta,

U Roy

Anonymous said...

Robs wet dream...........