Roots and reggae at Riversdale

GOOD VIBES: Blue King Brown has been hailed as one of Australia's leading reggae bands and they will be playing this Saturday at Riversdale.

GOOD VIBES: Blue King Brown has been hailed as one of Australia's leading reggae bands and they will be playing this Saturday at Riversdale.

Blue King Brown, one of Australia’s premier live urban roots and reggae acts, will be performing at Riversdale this Saturday, January 14.

If you are after an afternoon of grooving and moving, head along.

Their cross generational groove and socially conscious sound is led by the multi-talented, relentless energy of Nattali Rize.

Featuring powerful vocal and lyrical delivery and a roots, rock and afro groove mash-up, the group have built on an irrepressible percussive foundation, cementing their highly-regarded live reputation.

The group have been hailed by Santana as, “The voice of the street and the band of the future.” 

Their epic third studio album, Born Free, was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica at Bob Marley’s legendary Tuff Gong Studio, and Melbourne, Australia at Sing Sing Studios.

They will be supported by Sahara Beck, an independent artist in the truest sense of the word.

Beck has her own thundering sound, drawing from country, old rock’n’roll, rockabilly and soul.

After years touring the country, performing at countless festivals and sharing the stage with artists including Ben Lee, Art of Sleeping, Darren Middleton, and Katie Noonan, Sahara’s is truly a star on the rise.

Tickets are strictly limited so log onto bundanon.com.au to secure yours now.

Doors open at 3pm doors and the concert starts at 4.30pm. Tickets are $35 plus booking fee adults, $30 concession and children under 12 are free.

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