Schickalay’s Hosts Legendary Reggae Act, The Wailers

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Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 at 9:45 AM
Schickalay’s Hosts Legendary Reggae Act, The Wailers by Ryan Smith

Sunday, Aug. 21

With its members having helped to set the standard-bearing bar of reggae music (along with legends like Bob Marley and Peter Tosh), it’s safe to say The Wailers are even more than the real deal when it comes to this genre.

They’ve toured the world over, and on Sunday, Aug. 21, they’re bringing their signature, summery sound to Schickalay’s on the Bay as the venue continues the 2016 season of its annual outdoor concert series.

The Wailers will be joined by longtime local world-jam favorites One World Tribe, which brings funky, earthy grooves that are the product of a truly multicultural, multi-musical collective of artists with real – and really diverse – chops.

Sounds like they’ll play well together.

So, as with this summer’s other shows at Schickalay’s, head on down near the bay, get barefoot, and dance the Sunday away.

And don’t worry ’bout a thing. Every little thing is gonna be alright. – Ryan Smith

4 to 7 p.m. // 2860 W. 6th St. // facebook.com/SchickalaysOnTheBay

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