Let’s get together and feel all right. Celebrate Bob Marley’s birthday with live reggae music and DJ sets pumped through WildPitch Music Hall’s sound system. Praise Jah and get down on the dance floor with the reggae master’s music, plus dancehall and dub favorites at this special Rub-A-Dub Sunday party. Ijahknowah and B.R.A.P. will open the event with a live performance, followed by six DJs, each sharing their top cuts for One Love.
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The 3rd Annual
BOB MARLEY TRIBUTE
and birthday celebration for
Kahlil Wonda and ĀGARD.
Sunday, February 12, 2017
6-8pm – Live Music Mixer with a live performance by:
Ijahknowah and B.R.A.P (full band)
8pm-1am – Rub-A-Dub Session with DJ Sets by:
Natural Vibes with Rico Vibes and Junior Culture.
Innocent with Dappa Lee & crew.
Black Magic with Bad Boy Kurt & the team.
Highlanda Sound with Kahlil Wonda
ĀGARD from NYC
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THE 3RD ANNUAL
BOB MARLEY TRIBUTE
AND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION FOR
KAHLIL WONDA AND ĀGARD.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2017
- Performance by Ijahknowah and B.R.A.P (full band)
- Natural Vibes with Rico Vibes and Junior Culture
- Innocent Sound with Dappa Lee
- Black Magic with Bad Boy Kurt
- Highlanda Sound with Kahlil Wonda
- ĀGARD from NYC
- DJ Passport
Join us on Sunday, December 11th for the 2016 grand finale and an entertaining evening of reggae music, culture, cocktails and great Jamaican food.
Come out early for a taste of the Caribbean buffet by Webba’s Jerk Hut (404) 246-0709.
Enjoy $3 Heineken, Guinness, and Red Strip until 10pm along with many other drink specials all night.
Come party with us as we celebrate the holiday season and the birthday of Shooks Slr.
Ladies, Come Early To Party and enjoy complimentary admission until 9:30pm.
Admission – Free Before 9:30pm for Queens | $5 Online in advance | $10 Regular all night at the door.
Reggae party, Rub-A-Dub ATL, is a nightlife event that includes many sub-genres of reggae music including ska, rocksteady, lovers rock, Roots, dub and dancehall with live DJ sets monthly on Second Sundays in Atlanta at WildPitch Music Hall.
Highlanda Sound and The Honorary Citizen present #RubADubATL every 2nd Sunday. This uniquely flavorful international retro reggae celebration in Atlanta is the premier platform for showcasing, promoting and sharing the vibrancy and variety of reggae culture and music with a broader audience.
Dress Code: Comfortable & Classy.
Age Limit (21): Mature clientele only.
Come early for great food & drink specials: (8pm – 10:00pm)
Parking is available for $5 directly across the street at 248 Trinity Ave.
I’m pleased to announce the newest cocktail on the menu at WildPitch Music Hall is “The Highlanda,” featuring top shelf Jamaican rum.
And what better way to debut a new cocktail than with a drink special? Order “The Highlanda” for just $5, all night at electric dancehall!
Cheers!!! “I’m drinking rum, and red bull..”
Here is a video recap of what to expect at #electricdancehall.
Here is a quick informational piece about Electric Dancehall from the official host, DREGGAE.
Here is the world famous DJ MARS sharing tips on getting into (and beating the line) for this highly anticipated inaugural special event. Here’s a hint: get there early.
Now, if the wicked talented DJ Line-up and top rated dance music venue complete with a new patio and $5 Highlanda drink special aren’t enough to convince you, then check out this article to see why Mike Jordan, author at Thrillist, included Electric Dancehall in his “things to do in Atlanta this weekend” article.
Don’t miss your chance to grab your spot – the event’s filling up fast!
The International Musikal Matinee family friendly outdoor concert series featuring uplifting conscious music and more returns this Sunday.
See performances by Hope’s Anchor band, Roots A Fire band, Highlanda Sound, and more this Sunday August 21st at The Wren’s Nest. Gates open 4pm, showtime is 6pm. $10 advanced tickets are available here. Tickets will be $13 at the gate (children under 12 get in FREE).
Rub A Dub is this Sunday at The Sound Table once again.
This unique event has had a great run every second Sunday over the past 10 months and I have had a lot of fun showcasing some of the best of classic roots rock reggae records live for you. You can listen to some of the show recordings here.
When: Aug. 14, 2016 and Every month on the second Sunday of the month 8 p.m.
A style of Jamaican Reggae emerging in the 70’s and 80’s, the term “Rub-a-Dub” comes from a dance style where the man and woman rub up very close together. This takes place every Sunday at The Sound Table located at 483 Edgewood Avenue with music by DJ Passport and also Highlanda Sound.
Saturday, July 16 in Atlanta, I had the pleasure of performing once again at the historic Wren’s Nest.
My time on stage at this open-air festival was short but sweet. Lion of Judah Sound set the musical pace earlier and many great performers and bands hit the stage all day.