Reggae Rockstars Mosaic Foundation Join Preach + Connect at Schickalay's on the Bay

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Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 12:15 PM
Reggae Rockstars Mosaic Foundation Join Preach + Connect at Schickalay's on the Bay by Ryan Smith
Tim Szablewski

Mashing roots, ska, dub, dance-hall and other influences into a sound all their own, the Mosaic Foundation calls itself “an exploration in reggae that is pushed to the limits — and sometimes spills over.”

Show-goers will have the chance to see that exploration at play when the Finger Lakes region-based Foundation sets up at Schickalay’s on the Bay on Sunday, Aug. 23, where they’ll be joined by Buffalo-based roots-soul powerhouse Preach + Connect.

It’s the next-to-last installment in what’s been an outdoor summer concert series chock-full of goodness at Schickalay’s – and, like all the others, it’s free and open to everyone. – Ryan Smith

3 p.m. // 2860 W. 6th St. // facebook.com/SchickalaysOnTheBay

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