Endless Summer Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival


20 August 2016 (Saturday)


3:00pm – 11:00pm

Asia/Hong_Kong Endless Summer Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival DATE: 20 August 2016 (Saturday)
TIME: 3:00pm – 11:00pm
Qube, 2/F

Qube, 2/F

Trenchtown Music HK
Fee (HKD)

$380 / $400 (Walk-in)

Endless Summer Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival is the cities biggest celebration of this fantastic musical genre, moving from huge success last year to PMQ we are bringing some of Asia’s finest big bands and selecters to the heart of Hong Kong. This year we will feature:

NST and the Soul Sauce (Korea)
Korea’s top Reggae band featuring an eight piece line up will play the city for the first time supporting their brand new material. Comprised of legends from around Korea they have received great critical acclaim and recently featured on a prominent stage at this year’s Fuji Rock Festival.

Beat Bahnhof (Japan)
Hailing from Tokyo Beat Bahnhof are of Japan’s top Ska bands and have supported the legendary Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra around Asia and also featured in the world’s premier Ska festival, the London International Ska Festival in 2015. They will be bringing their high energy, high tempo seven piece fourth wave Ska sound to Hong Kong for the first time.

Red I and MC Rastaro (Philippines)
Red I is the premier exponent of Reggae vibes and culture in the country and has been key to the growth of the genre. He is also one of the countries top producers and his recent album ‘Jahdgement Day’ was the first vinyl pressed in the country since the 1980′s. He has played with Ziggy Marley, DJ Krush and Tippa Irie among many others.

The Red Stripes, Sensi Lion and Celestial are all major bands on the Hong Kong music scene and have been playing to huge audiences around Asia over the past few years.

We will have some of top international selecters playing the festival for the first time this year and keeping the vibes going all day long:
- The Groove Thief (USA)
- Alex Croft (UK)
- Smiley Song (Korea)
- Blood Dunza (Hong Kong)
- Dub Fugitives (UK)
- Cheong Dahl (Korea)


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