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Aswad

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Reggae

7 Upcoming Events

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26
May
South East Soul, Reggae & Ska Festival
Hainault Recreation Ground, Ilford
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South East Soul, Reggae & Ska Festival at Hainault Recreation Ground
South East Soul, Reggae & Ska FestivalSun 26th May2:30 pm - 10:30 pmHainault Recreation Ground, Ilford
GoldCoast Oceanfest 2024 at GoldCoast Oceanfest
GoldCoast Oceanfest 2024Fri 21st Jun12:00 pm - 11:00 pmGoldCoast Oceanfest, Croyde Bay
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The Margate Reggae Festival at Dreamland
The Margate Reggae FestivalSat 22nd Jun2:00 pm - 11:00 pmDreamland, Margate, Kent
Hastings Reggae Festival 2024 at The Oval
Hastings Reggae Festival 2024Sat 27th Jul12:00 pm - 10:00 pmThe Oval, Hastings
Uptown Festival 2024 On Blackheath at Blackheath Common
Uptown Festival 2024 On BlackheathSun 28th Jul12:00 pm - 10:00 pmBlackheath Common, London
Reggae Land 2024 at The National Bowl
Reggae Land 2024Sat 3rd Aug12:00 pm - 11:00 pmThe National Bowl, Milton Keynes

Biography

Aswad (\"Black\" in Arabic) are a long lasting British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B, soul and soca influences to the reggae sound. They have been performing since the early 1970s, having released a total of 21 albums. History As naturalised children of immigrants from the Caribbean, part of the aftermath of World War II, the \"kids\" were moved to London. They attended a local high school near Ladbroke Grove, and various junior schools as Tan Tan children of immigrants from the Caribbean around West London in 1975.

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Aswad (\"Black\" in Arabic) are a long lasting British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B, soul and soca influences to the reggae sound. They have been performing since the early 1970s, having released a total of 21 albums. History As naturalised children of immigrants from the Caribbean, part of the aftermath of World War II, the \"kids\" were moved to London. They attended a local high school near Ladbroke Grove, and various junior schools as Tan Tan children of immigrants from the Caribbean around West London in 1975.

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