You don’t ha fi dread to be Rasta (Don’t ha fi dread) This is not a dreadlocks thing Divine conception of the heart, well
This begins one of my favourite Morgan Heritage songs dont haffi dread to be Rasta. Growing up we listened to alot of reggae on the radio and Morgan Heritage featured prominently in the music we listened to. Now they are coming to Kenya. Trueblaq Ltd in partnership with Royal Media Services and Live Gigs will be having an extravaganza 2015 at the KICC on the 3rd of October. Morgan Heritage will be headlining the show.
Morgan Heritage band which is a family band formed by five children of famed reggae artist Denroy Morgan have produced great music. They have 17 albums which are: Miracles (1994), Protect Us Jah (1997), One Calling (1998), Don’t Haffi Dread (1999), Live In Europe! (2000), More Teachings (2001),Three In One (2003), Live In Amsterdam! (2003), Morgan Heritage Family and Friends, Vol. 1 (2004), Morgan Heritage Family and Friends, Vol. 2 (2005), Morgan Heritage Family and Friends, Vol. 3 (2005), Full Circle (2005), Live – Another Rockaz Moment (2006), Mission In Progress (2008), Journey Thus Far – Best of (2009), Here Come the KIngs (2013),and Strictly Roots (2015) Music Album
The show will begin at 10 am and end at 6 pm. The extravaganza will feature all genres of music and there will be performances by leading Kenyan artists (not yet revealed). The DJs who will be keeping the crowd entertained include Hot 96 DJ’s Ace and Clyde and the Emcees will be Coco, Raptcha and Phillipo!
“Taking into consideration Kenyans love for quality live entertainment, Extravaganza 2015 will be bigger and more enriched for the consumer, and a better value-platform for all our sponsors and partners”, said Trueblaq CEO, Kevin Ombajo aka Big Kev.
Advanced Tickets will be on sale through MPESA paybill No. 530100 Account Number ‘EXTRA’ (non-case-sensitive) and online through www.jambolife.com.
Ksh. 500 for the Main Arena
Ksh. 2,000 for VIP Passes
Ksh. 5,000 for VVIP Passes (including food courtesy of Crowne Plaza Hotel)
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