DaKine Reggae Music Festival – Saturday, July 31, 2021 – Kihei, HI

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DaKine Reggae Music Festival- Kihei, Maui, Saturday, July 31, 2021

Maui Happy Hours is proud to be a sponsor of the DaKine Reggae Music Festival! About the event:

High Frequency Ent. and Q103FM Bring you DaKine Reggae Music Festival! We are beyond excited to bring you the first outdoor music festival of 2021!

DaKine Reggae Music Festival
Sat, July 31, 2021
12PM to 11PM
All ages Outdoor Reggae festival right on the beach on the Southside of the beautiful island of Maui.

Featuring:

Hawaii’s International Reggae Family – The Lambsbread

Plus: Maui’s own – Jordan T & Band

Local favorite – Sunny Kalama w/ the Lilikoi Cartel

Fat Lip ( Formally from The Pharcyde ) hip hop/reggae

Teomon (Maui)

Rising Buffalo Tribe (Oregon)

Ras Cas (Trinidad) Steel Pan Drum

Anthony Pfluke (Acoustic)

Heather Noe (Acoustic )

Soundsystem: DJ Melody Jay


Plus Fire Dancing, Yoga, Food & Craft Vendors, and more

This is an all-ages outdoor event! Music all day, 2 stages, right on the beach on the southside of the beautiful island of Maui. Featuring an amazing lineup of the top artists on the Island, as well as special performers flying in and newcomers to the scene to start the day. This is a great event for the whole family and a chance for the island to get out and enjoy some live music again with their friends and family.

Tickets to DaKine Reggae Music Festival

Buy your ticket in advance for $25 or $30 at the gate.

Online sales: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dakine-reggae-music-festival-tickets-158718835309

In-person sales:

  • Request Music (Wailuku)
  • West Side Vibes (Lahaina)
  • Hi Tide (Paia)
  • Maui Mana (Kihei)

Event Location

VFW Post 3850 – Maui, HI
1136 Uluniu Road
Kihei, HI 96753
United States

About the Artists

The Lamsbread – Originally formed on the island of Kauai in 2003 by Kaya and his wife Nadia, the Lambsbread is a family of musicians making conscious music for every nation and every generation.

Since their first single “Love in the House” in 2003, the Lambsbread has had a strong connection with the Jamaican music scene and has recorded and toured with some of the greatest hitmakers in the international reggae scene. Joined by two of their sons in the group, the Lambsbread family has recorded with greats like Sizzla, Morgan Heritage, and Mykal Rose and performed at major festivals across the US.

The Lambsbread has also been a staple on the radio here on island and will be performing hits “Pass Me the Fire”, “Mountain Top”, “Feel the Vibes”, and “Live it Up Again”. And don’t miss it when the youngest member of the Lambsbread takes the stage, 7yr. old Ikaika. who has been performing and touring since he was 4 and has gone viral on Instagram with his energetic special guest performances. Just about to release a new album called “Show Love”, the Lambsbread will also be performing some upcoming music from their soon-to-be-released record.

Jordan T – With a growing audience of over 2.5 Million streams on Spotify alone and no stranger to the global reggae touring circuit, his touring career has taken him to International Music Festivals such as Rototom Sunsplash (Spain), Riddu Riddu Festival (Norway), Chiemsee Summer (Germany), SummerJam (Cologne, Germany), Reggae Sun Ska Fest (France) and American Reggae festivals like Reggae on the River, California Roots Festival, Reggae on the Mountain, Island Vibes Fest, Island Reggae Festival, Trenchfest (Guam), Reggae on the Block (Orlando), and many more across the globe.

Jordan is based on Maui and is coming out with the full band to bring you his hits, live on the beach!

Sunny Kalama – Sunny Kalama was born and raised on the beautiful island of Maui. The island where people go to get away, but to Sunny, it’s the island that made her into who she is today.

Having a family that is supporting and high achieving, has also helped shape her character and life experiences. Sunny has a world-famous waterman for a dad, Dave Kalama. Her mother, Oriana Kalama is an ocean lover, singer, and entrepreneur who founded and is the CEO of Ocean Defenders.

In a musical family, Sunny’s grandfather, Jorge Ledezma Bradley, who has a doctorate in Music, conducts the Panama National Symphonic Orchestra. Sunny’s favorite island popstar is her Aunty and best friend, Lia Live.

And finally, her amazing cousins, The Kalama Brothers, who have been featured on American Idol and multiple other talent TV shows. With all this greatness in her family, it’s only natural that she tries to make a name for herself. Performing live with her full band the Lilikoi Cartel, Sunny will be bringing us some of her recent radio hits like “All I wanted” and more. With a fresh voice in the Maui scene, we cant wait to see Sunny and the band performing with the beautiful Maui ocean as a backdrop!

Fatlip (formerly of Pharcyde) – Derrick Lemel Stewart (born March 26, 1969), better known by his stage name Fatlip, is an American rapper, record producer, and DJ from Los Angeles, California. He is best known as a former member of The Pharcyde, in which he was recognized for the conversational-style delivery of his verses.

As a member of The Pharcyde, Fatlip contributed to the critically acclaimed Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde and its follow-up Labcabincalifornia. Fatlip became disenchanted with the group and the direction they were heading and was subsequently kicked out of the group sometime in 1996.

After a period of musical inactivity, Fatlip released the 1999 single “What’s Up Fatlip?”, which later appeared on his only solo album, TheLoneliest Punk, in 2005.

Fat Lip will be gracing our stage with his legendary hip-hop sound giving the Maui audience a show to remember.

DaKine Reggae Music Festival is brought to you by High Frequency Ent. To reserve a booth space, please email us at jasonperez1220@gmail.com


Food & Craft vendors contact High Frequency Ent @ 808.375.7615

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