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Sat, Mar 17 2018

Reggae4cure,

Wellington Amphitheater, Wellington, Florida, United States Wellington Amphitheater, Wellington, Florida, United States

  • About the event

    Reggae4Cure is the first and only Reggae festival in the city of Wellington. At its roots, reggae is a family oriented genre that encourages discipline, confidence, and commitment to upward mobility. The attendees are individuals who strive to transcend the barriers of inequality, practice a love for life and revel in the freedom of self-expression.

    Attendees will be treated to authentic reggae music, a variety of fine Caribbean cuisines, and arts and crafts from a variety of vendors during this all day event.

    This event raises funds for critical services that our residents need, and it promotes awareness about Sickle Cell Disease  & Domestic Violence. 

    Why should you sponsor?

    We are hosting this event to raise funds and awareness for children and families whom are affected by Sickle Cell Disease and Domestic Violence. Sponsoring this family friendly event is a priceless way to promote your company and to let the public know of your generous support of our community.

    Your sponsorship investment in this benefit concert would be an outstanding opportunity to raise awareness of your brand/organization and further our cause. An event of this kind is the perfect avenue to foster community spirit, growth, and will reinforce your company's brand in south florida and the Western Communities of Palm Beach County.


    Fitzroy Brown

    My Name Name is Fitzroy Brown, Ceo of Supajamz Radio in West Palm Beach and founder of Reggae4cure. The Brand Reggae4cure is the reincarnation of One Love Reggae Fest. One Love Reggae Fest was staged 2010, 2012 and 2013 at the Palm Beach County Fairgrounds. During the event, one of the partners fell ill to the Sickle Cell Disease and past away the night of the event. 

    Thats when i decided to bring awareness to this disease as well as awerness to Domestic Violence. 

     

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  • 2501-5000 attendees expected


    50% Male Attendees


    50% Female Attendees

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