“Its All About Love” Is The 2019 Festival Tour’s Theme, Produced By The Legends of Rasta Reggae Festival (Formally, the Annual Bob Marley Festival Tour)

Press Announcement
By: Stevee Maniti, Promotions
January 22, 2019

Houston, TX – The tour is and has always been “All About Love,” says Sirron Kyles, the Tour’s Founder and Executive Producer. “It always makes my heart warm seeing people of all religions, races, and political differences enjoying the festival full of love and joy, together as one body and one heart.” The inspiration for the 2019 festival theme is just that quote, “It’s All About Love and the positive messages shared by the performers.”

Each year performers are invited to partner with the festival and it always includes, invitations to reggae & world music Legends to Honor. Regionally popular reggae and world beat and island rising stars are also chosen from a worldwide performer’s pool that is available to the producers to complete the lineup for each date, with “special consideration preferences given to females,” stated the executive producers.

About the Festival & The Drive To Help Those in Need
The last several years, the producers have been working on plans to expand the dates and cities for the festival. With increasing security costs and changing city venue requirements, it has been challenging to expand the reach of the festival, but the reward of the festival helping bridge the gaps of divisiveness in America and increase the influence of Reggae and World Music, as it has done in past years, makes it worthwhile. That’s why the producers were inspired to make this year’s theme “It’s All About Love.”

Asking the public for bags of non-perishable foods, donations and discount admission benefiting local charities began in the early eighties, and it has always been the mission of LORRF from day one, (formally the Bob Marley Festival Tour). In 2019, many people are still suffering from devastation that has impacted them over the past few years.

“Caring is just a reflection of the diversity of the festival participants and their love for Reggae and World Beat’s music messages of helping the underprivileged with assistance by providing, food for the hungry and help for the homeless. It is just who they are,” Says Sirron Kyles, executive producer.

This year the producers are expanding these efforts by focusing on helping small vendors. (Vendors must register as a vendor at www.lorrf.com to be eligible and considered for waived vendor fees. These efforts are powered by fans and sponsor’s crowd-funding campaign.) If you still need recovery assistance, e-mail us, so LORRF or its partners can see if we can help quicken the process for your recovery.

Normal Dates and Times: SAT & SUN Start Noon and End at 11:00 PM | SUN End 10:00 PM: Locations: TBA
Benefiting Local Organization: That Provides “Food For The Hungry And Help For The Homeless”
Advance Admission $25/$35: Tickets On Sale TBA Day Of Show Donation Admission: Noon to 2:00 PM-4:00 PM Cash
Donation TBA, Family Bags Nonperishable Food, Or Other Supplies, Dictated By Charities.

Inquiries for more information can be directed to the executive producers of LORRF@
LORRF CO Executive Producers
Legends Of Rasta Reggae Festival
PO Box 8305 | Houston, TX.- 77288
713-866-4006 or 408-506-0913
info@legendsofrastareggaefestival.com
www.legendsofrastareggaefestival.com | www.LORRF.com


 

Normal Dates/Times: SAT. & SUN. Start Noon * End-11:00 PM * SUN END 10:00 PM: Locations: TBA

Benefiting Local Organization: That Provides “Food For The Hungry And Help For The Homeless”

Admission: Tickets On Sale TBA

Day Of Show Donation Admission: Noon To 2:00 PM To 4:00 PM Cash Donation TBA Or Family Size Bag of Non-perishable Food. Donación en efectivo o Bolsa tamaño familiar de Alimentos No perecederos.

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Off Stage Activities

One of the long-standing and very popular activities of the Festival is the Drum Circle,  where fans are invited to bring their drums and participate with other drummers and music from the Drum Stage. Participa en el Círculo de Tambores con otros artistas.

Tattoo Village (Some Markets)

A new attraction to the Festival, with US Top Tattoo artists creating Ink Art in safe and sterile environments offering permanent, temporary or Henna tattoos. Also, sponsored Tattoo removal shops will be set up to provide Ink removal and make future office-removal appointments. Nueva atracción del festival.

Food Court & Arts & Crafts Market = Diversity is never more prominent than with the vendors that are selected to be with us on the Tour. Many fans plan on attending the event each year because of the selection of quality eatables served: from island favorites to the best of traditional and popular festival home-style goodies, with something for everyone´s delight at the Festival’s Food Court. Fans that have attended LORRF understand this, as the event draws shoppers and fans from in and outside America. Disfruta deliciosos alimentos que muestran la diversidad de nuestros vendedores y asistentes

The unique gifts and items sold by the Arts & Crafts Market’s vendors, who are selected because of the products they sell, will definitely appeal to fans of the event. A core group of vendors selected will travel from city to city with the Tour. Click To Register For Vendor Space

Sirron Kyles Executive Producer

The Legends Of Rasta Reggae Festival, formally the Bob Marley Festival Tour, (LORRF) is always about “HOPE”, Love, Unity and messages from Bob Marley’s songs.

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