SOJA to headline Tahoe Reggae fest

By From page B14 | June 28, 2013

MontBleu Resort and PR Entertainment present the second annual Lake Tahoe Reggae Festival on Saturday, June 29 featuring SOJA, Alpha Blondy, Passafire, Stick Figure, Tomorrow’s Bad Seed, Island of Black & White and Squarefield Massive. MC J Ras will start this day of fun-in-the sun at 1 p.m. and the last band, Soja starts at 9 p.m.

The venue is the new Live at The MontBleu Outdoor Event Center in South Lake Tahoe. Bring a blanket to sit on but leave high back chairs, outside food and drink, umbrellas and tall hats at home. Food and beverage vendors are available as well as arts and crafts vendors with reggae accessories and clothing.

Fun for the whole family, general admission tickets for this family event are $40 (plus tax & fees), while kids under 12 are $10 and little ones under 6 are free.

Purchase tickets at or by calling 1-775-588-3515. Plenty of tickets will be available at the gate.

Over the course of the past few years, SOJA has sold more than 150,000 albums, headlined large theaters in more than 15 countries around the world, generated over 20 million plus YouTube views, amassed more than a million Facebook fans, and attracted an almost Grateful Dead-like international fan base that grows with each tour, with caravans of diehards following them from city to city.

This seven-piece band has spent the past year and a half grinding it out from venue to venue, playing more than 360 dates, including headlining sold-out tours of North and South America and sharing stages with everyone from Dave Matthews Band to Matisyahu.


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