The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC)’s Reggae Nights Concert Series will host its last concert of the summer on Friday, Aug. 4 at James Island County Park with Mystic Vibrations.
Gates open at 7:30 p.m and music will begin at 8:30. All gates will close to incoming traffic at 10:30 and the concert will end at 11 p.m.
Now based out of South Carolina, Mystic Vibrations was formed in Little London, Westmoreland, Jamaica and has been playing in the United States since 1992. The band is made up of a four piece rhythm section and plays music that inspires love, unity and peace among all mankind.
Jah Works will perform at the second-to-last concert of the series on Friday, July 21. Jah Works, a Baltimore-based reggae band, has been creating music for over 20 years. Their sound comes from the roots of Jamaican music and culture, mixing rock steady, reggae, and elements of dancehall and dub. Reggae fans unfamiliar with the band are in for a musical treat of positive vibes and uncompromising roots rock reggae music.
Bring a chair or blanket for a relaxing end to the work week with an outdoor reggae concert at beautiful James Island County Park. Food and drinks will be available for purchase, and vendors will be on site with souvenirs to help concert-goers remember this great event. Admission is $10 per person at the gate; advanced tickets are not available. Gold Pass members and children 12 and under get in free.
This August event marks CCPRC’s final Reggae Nights concert of the summer. The Reggae Nights Summer Concert series will return in June 2018.
No outside alcohol or coolers are permitted into the event. James Island County Park is located at 871 Riverland Drive. For more information on the Reggae Nights Summer Concert Series, visit CharlestonCountyParks.com, call (843) 795-4386, or download the Charleston County Parks mobile app. The Reggae Nights Concert Series is brought to you by Coca-Cola and your Charleston County Parks.