Ziggy Marley is Reggae Act at Worldfest California July 15-18

The five-time Grammy winning reggae superstar (including the 2010 Grammy for Best Children’s Album,Family Time) will share his musical love


Ziggy Marley is slated to be the Reggae Act at Worldfest California between July 15-18.
The five-time Grammy winning reggae superstar (including the 2010 Grammy for Best Children’s Album,Family Time), philanthropist, and political activist will share his musical love with WorldFest’s kids. His is to be backed by some of reggae’s finest musicians.

Ziggy’s commitment to family is legendary and his voice is known around the world as the rasta jelly fish Bernie in Shark Tale, singing the theme song for Arthur, and for his support of children as a United Nations Youth Ambassador. Carrying on the torch of Bob, we can’t imagine a better way to close the festival on Sunday night. Welcome Ziggy!

Here is the artiste list so far with more to come:
Ziggy Marley (Jamaican Reggae)
Keb’ Mo’ (Delta Blues)
Juan de Marcos and the Afro-Cuban All Stars (Buena Vista Jazz)
Dobet Gnahore’ (Ivory Coast Afro Pop)
Katia Moraes & Sambaguru (Brazilian Samba)
Tannahill Weavers (Scottish Celtic)
Kusun Ensemble (Ghana Afro Beat)
Baskery (Swedish Banjopunk)
Mia Dyson (Australian Blues Rock)
DePedro (Spanish Flamenco/Latin Rock)
MaMuse (Folk Harmony)
Mark Atkinson Trio (Canadian Gypsy Jazz)
Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys (Zydeco)
Alejo Aponte & Latonera (Columbian Afro Caribbean)
Genticorum (Quebec Folk’n’Fiddle)
That 1 Guy (Future Funk)
Masanga Marimba (Zimbabwe & South American Percussion)
Sourdough Slim with Robert Armstrong (Cowboy Yodel)
Los Cenzontles (Mariachi & Conjunto)
Parno Graszt (Hungarian Gypsy)
Joe Craven (Americana Mania)
Banana Slug String Band (Family Eco) with much more to come including workshops, camping, children’s program, teen program, dancing, international food and artisans.

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