Patronaat, Woodstock ’69 and Reggae Vibrations presents
+ support + Reggae Vibrations DJ’s
‘Down in the streets, they call it merther’! When you hear these lyrics, in any place whatsoever, everyone sings this out with it. Damian ” Jr. Gong ” Marley (son of Bob Marley) made with ‘Welcome To Jamrock’ in 2005 an outright hit and has since then become a renowned artist in the reggae scene. Patronaat, Woodstock ‘ 69 and Reggae Movement present on the 5th of June, the reggae legend himself on the beach, at Woodstock Bloemendaal.
Damian ” Jr. Gong ” Marley was always seen, at the beginning of his career, as the young veteran, now he can count himself guard in the game. He makes his music with heart on his sleeve with his love for the music and culture. To this day he continues the legacy of his father. His most recent work came in 2017 ‘ Stony Hill ‘, an album in which he goes back to the place where he grew up. According to us there is no better match in terms of location and artist, so don’t miss out!
Tickets on sale via: http://bit.ly/WSxDamianMarley
€ 44,50 presale / € 47,50 doorsale
17:00 – 19:00 Back A Wall (DJ-set)
19:00 – 21:00 Reggae Barbie (DJ-set)
21:00 Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley
Hungry? It’s possible to have dinner at Woodstock ’69, but you need to reserve a table in advance. Please take a look at www.woodstock69.nl for all information regarding reservations and dinner.
Important! This show takes place at Woodstock ’69, which is located on the beach in Bloemendaal aan Zee, Zeeweg 94, tent 7. This is an open air venue on the beach.
For information about the location, parking facilities, and other practical information, please check out www.woodstock69.nl or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any other questions.
Please note: this is an open air concert. In the event of extreme weather conditions, Woodstock ’69 reserves the right to take action and take the right measurements in order to keep the audience, artists and staff safe. The consideration of these measures lies at all times with Woodstock ’69. In the event that we have to make a decision to stop the show, take a break during the show, or to adjust the location due to weather conditions, it is not possible to refund or compensate admission fees.