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THE Reggae networking meeting!

Full details of venue by Baker Street provided upon booking

IRDLONDON2017
International Reggae Day is coming to central London Saturday July 1, 12noon-6pm.

+ The day will consist of Talks + Films + Interviews + Presentations + Honours + Quiz + Performance + Brent Black Music History
+ Parents Action & Resource Centre Youth Workshop
(power of reggae for youths & parents)
+ 4pm premiere of the final version of the 'Britain's Contribution To The Development Of Reggae'^ vox pops
+ Check out some vinyl and CDs
+ Honouring veterans of UK Reggae
+ Networking
+ Limited African Caribbean meals on sale

Contributors include Neil 'Mad Professor' Fraser, Paul Dawkins, Dr Lez Henry, Mykaell Riley, BBM Sound System, etc

£5* fee refunded upon attending/£10 fee non-refunded availble from 10pm June 30 online or at door

For more information, especially if you are a STAKEHOLDER, get in touch: bbmbmc@gmail.com

Part of British Black Music Month 2017, and marking JA@55 events: www.BBM.eventbrite.com

This event is organised by BritishBlackmusic.com/Black Music Congress in association with a number of partners, including Parents Action & Resource Centre. If you'd like to join: bbmbmc@gmail.com

Licensed by International Reggae Day

^ Go to www.bitly.com/BritDevReggae
to to view draft trailer containing excerpts from some of the 50+ contributors drawn from musicians, producers, journalists, DJs, academics, community activists, and the odd politician:
In order of appearance with Journalist/Music Publisher Kennedy 'Prezedent' Mensah, Musician/Producer King Sounds, Rapper Akala, Educator/Former Producer Toyin Agbetu, Lecturer/Music Biz Lawyer Kienda Hoji, Academic/.Culturalist Prof Paul Gilroy, Dancehall DJ Gabriel Heatwave, Lecturer, Singer-Songwriter/Producer Mykaell Riley, Journalist Mikey Massive, Journalist Kevin Le Gendre, Author, Journalist, DJ David Katz, Rapper HKB Finn, Musician/Composer Tunde Jegede, Performance Poet/Trade Unionist Zita Holbourne, Theatrical Actress/Director Yvonne Brewster, and Record Producer Neil 'Mad Professor' Fraser.

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