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Chainska Brassika @ Muziekgieterij Maastricht

“Real musicians, real band, real brass section… fabulous & so refreshing”, said the legendary reggae ambassador David Rodigan about Chainska Brassika, and he certainly wasn’t the only one who was raving about the winners of the first World Reggae Contest in 2015. Even Ken Stewart of The Skatalites called the band one of the most impressive and promising upcoming acts in the Reggae/Ska genre that he had seen or heard in a while…

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Roots & Culture: Coronation Dance @ Zappa, Antwerp

For the third year in a row, the North-French Chalice sound system came to Antwerp for Roots & Culture in Zappa, this time in early November, so this edition was baptized to Coronation Dance, referring to the day that Ras Tafari Makonnen in Ethiopia to Negusa Nagast, King of Kings, was crowned (November 2, 1930). Nobody less than Vivian Jones joined them live to provide extra strength to this memorial….

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Bangarang Sound Station-10 Year Anniversary @ Zappa, Antwerp

BANGARANG SOUND STATION outta Herentals (Herbtals city as they call it), Belgium, is founded by two bad DJ’s, Jah Mi Gimme & Jah Moes I. For ten years by now they’ve played all kinds of music all over the place. Rediscovering their rastaroots, the’ve realised that the Reggae Sound is the only Sound. In this realisation they found a soulmate in Ras Rox…..

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MoodCollector @ JH de Vonk Geel

Although Kempen-sandy-soil breed, MoodCollector offer ska, reggae and other exciting dance music from the top shelf. A tropical blend that guarantees to be a treat for everyone. Their self composed songs bring sunshine and summer, even on the most gloomy winter day. The vocal lines are catchy, the grooves irresistible and the horns greasy. MoodCollector has a strong tradition of lavish parties and concerts…..

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New Events TBA Soon

With partners such as JH De Vonk in Geel, M-Town Reggae in Maastricht and Cafe The Zen in Amsterdam to name only three, REGGAE GEEL BRUKOUT! organizes regular events where non-professional bands and sound systems get a chance to present themselves. But there is more. Besides a small fee for all performing artists, acts playing at these events might be selected for a soundsystem set or performance at the Reggae Geel festival. Check back here soon!

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