THE SEVENTH annual Rhythm of Life Reggae Exhibition 2019 will be held over five days from May 29 to June 2 in Tottenham, north London, at the Chestnuts Community Centre, 280 St Ann’s Road London N15 5BN.
First held in 2012, the annual exhibition celebrates reggae music in general and the enormous influence it has had on other musical genres in particular. Importantly, the exhibition will explore the very roots of reggae music and how it developed into the most popular musical genre.
The exhibition will also feature and celebrate the various dancing and drumming styles that emanated from the music, including; Kumina, Pokomina, Burru, Mento, Nyabinghi, Ska, Rock Steady, Dance Hall, Lover’s Rock, Dub, Roots Reggae and other Genres. There will also various stalls promoting reggae memorabilia, paintings and books.
PICTURED: Reggae Exhibition founder Colin Robinson
The five-day event will also feature workshops with UK recording artists such as; Carol Thompson (Queen of Lover’s Rock); Alan Weekes (of Aswad), Dennis Bovell (of Matumbi), BB Seaton (of the Gaylads) and others.
Founder Colin Robinson said: “The Reggae Exhibition was created to bring awareness to the music through exhibition material and not just listen to it through sound systems. We have visitors from all over the world and we now have a request to take it to Africa. We would like to eventually take the exhibition to Jamaica where people can see how the music has impacted the world.”
For more information, visit www.reggaeexhibition.com or email: email@example.com