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First Annual “Reggae By The Bay” Festival This Weekend In Long Beach
By Sentinel Staff Writer
Published August 15, 2007

LONG BEACH, CA – The Queen Mary will be jammin’ at the 1st Annual Reggae by the Bay Festival, Sunday August 19 in Long Beach. Reggae fans from all over Southern California are coming down to the Queen Mary Events Parks to see their favorite industry and local Rasta bands. Guests are lining up to check out the slammin’ line-up of artists, a variety of delicious ethnic foods, and the cool ocean breeze.

Performing artists include Barrington Levy, Junior Reid, Common Sense, OPM, Chapter 11, The B Foundation, The Bredrin Daddy’s, Zen Robbi, Iration, Rude Boy Roots, and DJ Jamaican Gold Sounds. Doors open at 12:00 p.m. and will close at 10:00 p.m. Tickets are $25.00 per person pre-sale and $30.00 at the door, and are available at The event is open to reggae fans of all ages. For more information please call (714) 392-4408.

Also, guests and visitors should check out Reggae by the Bay Happy Hour every Friday aboard the Queen Mary on Sun Deck from 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. The weekly events feature live music and appetizers. For more information on the weekly Reggae by the Bay Happy Hour event, please visit or call (562) 499-1740.

The new QMX brand (The Queen Mary Experience) offers an exciting variety of sports, lifestyle, and entertainment special events that appeal to a wide range of audiences. With yearly events including the Brazilian Festival, the Wienerschnitzel Chili Cheese Fries Eating Competition, and the Ink & Iron Tattoo Festival, QMX popularity is on the rise and generating excitement like never before at the Queen Mary. .


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