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IRD UK - International Reggae Day London, UK 2021

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The London, UK hub event marking International Reggae Day that can be consumed from anywhere with an internet connection via Zoom!

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BritishBlackMusic.com/Black Music Congress presents in association with partners including Reggae Fraternity UK, Sound System Outernational, Goldsmiths, University Of London, Chaaawaaa Radio, Shining Stars and BTWSC/African Histories Revisited, the London, UK hub event marking International Reggae Day:

International theme: 'One Love'; UK theme: New Cross Fire/Black People's Day Of Action @ 40/BRAFA (British Reggae Artists Famine Appeal) @ 36. Quizzes and prizes during event.

Allison Mason (Shining Stars): event host.

5.30-6.00pm: BBMM/IRD Video compilation + Chaaawaaa Radio sound

6.00-7.00pm Conference welcome & introduction; Music industry support

7.00-8.00pm People's Choice Polls; Marking New Cross Fire/Black People's Day Of Action @ 40/BRAFA (British Reggae Artists Famine Appeal) @ 36

8.00-9.00pm Multi-DJ set including Geoff Parker (Catch A Fire - The anthems), Junie Rankin & DJ Ade (Nzinga Soundz – The female acts), Cee Bee (UK Reggae Expose Show - British upfront cuts) + Departed Icons Of Reggae Tribute set

9.00-10.00pm Chaaawaaa Radio DJ sets

10.00-midnight Shining Stars Live Performances

Click here to watch IRD International Reggae Day London UK Shout Outs

Book IRD UK and BBMM events at: www.BBM.eventbrite.com including 'Queens Of Sound: Women & Reggae' on Thursday July 22, 6-9pm (UK)

Also check www.IRDUK.co.uk for updates and IRD events licensing form.


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Black Music Congress (BMC) is a forum for discussing issues around black music, networking, and a pathway to music industry education. BritishBlackMusic.com (BBM) organises the BMC events. It also works with Akoben Awards and BTWSC to deliver training and inter-generational community events. Its website covers black music, with a bias towards British artists and products, music industry education, and music industry issues.

For partner initiatives or queries: Kwaku, BBM/BMC founder, editor@BritishBlackMusic.com

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