Tuesday, July 16, 2013
James Island County Park will wrap up the 2013 Reggae Nights Summer Concert Series with a performance by Mystic Vibrations on Saturday, Aug. 3. Gates open at 8 p.m. and music begins at 8:30.
Mystic Vibrations returns to provide a fantastic finale for the 2013 Reggae Nights Summer Concert series. The strong roots of Mystic Vibrations began in Little London, Westmoreland, Jamaica and were brought to the U.S. in 1992 by Ric Williams. A busy schedule keeps the band constantly on the road touring the East Coast, from New York to Florida.
The band is a four-piece rhythm section of talented musicians; Andrew Whitaker (drums), Frank Mitchell (bass), Trescott James (keyboards and backing vocals) and Ric Williams (guitar and lead vocals). Credited to the band’s name are two self-released studio albums and one live recording. The band has established a large fan base that has steadily grown over the years.
For more information on Mystic Vibrations, visit www.mystikmuzik.com.
For the perfect cool ending to a hot summer day, bring your chair or blanket, kick back and relax to an outdoor reggae concert in beautiful James Island County Park. All ages are invited and children 12 and under, as well as Gold Pass holders, enjoy free admission to all events in the concert series.
Hungry concert-goers can purchase Caribbean-style dishes, pizza and other festival foods at the event.
Crafters and other vendors will be on site displaying local handmade crafts and souvenirs available for purchase.
Concert admission is $8 for adults (13 and up); children 12 and under are free. Annual Gold Pass holders will also be free of charge.
Please, no outside alcohol or coolers. James Island County Park is located at 871 Riverland Drive. For more information or for a current band schedule, visit www.ccprc.com/reggae or call 843-795-4386.
This event is brought to you by Piggly Wiggly, Southern Eagle and your Charleston County Parks.
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