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The Dancehall at The Rum Shack
657 - 659 Pollokshaws Road, G41 2AB Glasgow, United Kingdom
JA Live and Govanhill Baths Community Trust present
Roots Rock Reggae Against Racism (RRRAR) is a community interest driven project, set up by JA Live and Govanhill Baths Community Trust in the wake of last years Govanhill International Carnival. Following the successful concert in Queens Park featuring Aswad, Misty in Roots and Black Roots, JA Live continue to use reggae as a way of bringing people together to combat racism, in the spirit of the historic Rock Against Racism and Anti-Nazi League movements of the 1970s and 80s.
Reggae is an international weapon of peace and love and has the power to cross barriers, build bridges and fight discrimination.
RRRAR launch event is on Friday 23 February 8pm-1am, at The Rum Shack, featuring Caroline Murphy Junior Lazarou. & Young Andrew
Come along on Friday, bring your love, your ideas — and your dancing shoes.