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Sisters Of Reggae Tickets | Hastings And St. Leonards Sailing Club St. Leonards-on-Sea  | Fri 1st May 2020 Lineup

Sisters Of Reggae tickets

Hastings And St. Leonards Sailing Club in St. Leonards-on-Sea

Friday 1st May 2020

9:00pm til 2:00am (last entry 2:00am)

Minimum Age: 18

Due to popular demand Sisters of Reggae return to St Leonard's on May 1st 2020 to the Sailing Club.

 
Event has been postponed until 6th Nov 2020.

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Sisters Of Reggae on Friday 1st May 2020

Please note, this event has been postponed until 6th Nov 2020.

Due to popular demand Sisters of Reggae return to Hastings in May 2020 to the Sailing Club. HiddenBeach are proud to host the Sisters of Reggae at the Sailing club St Leonard’s. The UK's finest all-female Reggae DJ Collective playing 100% vinyl!

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The collectors and selectors Lucky Cat, Debbie Golt, Miss Feelgood, Naoko The Rock and Sweetie are all DJs in their own right. Having played around the world in India, Japan, Ibiza, Morocco and Berlin and festivals such as The London International Ska Festival, Reggae Geel and Rototom Sunsplash. Between them, they have supported the likes of David Rodigan, Channel One, Aba Shanti I, Max Romeo, Bitty McLean, The Hempolics, Sister Nancy, Dawn Penn, Dennis Alcapone and Trojan Sound System. The Sisters have featured in Vice’s i-D magazine, Riddim Mag and have been filmed for a documentary celebrating the anniversary of Trojan Records. In 2017 highlights: rocking the Peckham Rye Music Festival and the Roots Reggae stage at Bestival as well as staging a Live Takeover on Soho Radio with Nubiya from the Hempolics. In 2018 highlights: Sisters supported Sister Nancy and Congo Natty at the Rototm London launch party and played at Dreamland Margate and The British Library with Trojan Sound System, Kioko, Dawn Penn and Dennis Alcapone. Passionate about empowering other women to get involved in playing reggae music, the Sisters hold regular female DJ relays with promoter Outerglobe, which gives women a chance to play out in a supportive atmosphere.

Music Genres: 

Dancehall, Reggae

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