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South Florida Times: Summer Jam to Rock ’n Reggae on the waterfront Featuring Inner Circle

WEST PALM BEACH — The Summer Jam Rock n’ Reggae Music Festival — a one-of-a-kind eclectic music showcase that gathers energetic and awe-inspiring talent from both the rock and reggae worlds — is returning with another all-star lineup for Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at the Meyer Amphitheatre, Flagler Drive and Datura Street on the waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach.

The two-day music showcase will include full sets from the soulful Etana, known for her hits Reggae, I Am Not Afraid and People Talk; rising reggae roots band Rootz Underground whose set will include Rain with the special appearance of Yasmin Brown; reggae icon band Inner Circle playing all their classics, and Tarrus Riley with his melodic music infused with attributes for everyone to enjoy will be joined by special guest Dean Fraser and the Blak Soil Band.

The stellar lineup of 16 bands will also feature the Bahamas Junkanoo Revue and the Florida surf-reggae legends Boxelder as they reunite exclusively at Summer Jam 2013. Boxelder has not performed publicly in over nine years.

Gates open at 12 noon with music starting at 1 p.m. on both days. Tickets are available online at and at local retail stores and restaurants listed on the website.

Children 10 and under are free with a parent. Advance tickets are $30 for general admission each day or $50 for both days.

VIP tickets are available for an additional cost and an opportunity to hang out with the bands. Tickets at the door will be $40 for a single day or $70 for a two-day pass. A special VIP Area is available for an additional cost of $75 per person per day, limited to 200 people per day.
Written by Staff Report
Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Inner Circle Extends its Apologies to Fans in Oregon for Cancellation of Kaleidscope Performance due to Inclement Weather.

The Reggae Warriors Would Like to Extend its Sincerest apologies to the Fans in Oregon for the Cancellation of the Show for the Kaleidoscope Festival. Although the cancellation was due to inclement weather, and to no fault of Inner Circle we care about our fans. Inner Circle would like to leave the fans in Oregon with the assurance that the band will be back and will give you all the performance you deserve. Thank you for your consideration, keep it Irie.


In addition to NAS, the acts in Phase III are (in alphabetical order):

Anna Lunoe, Beard of Bees, Beats Antique, Blue Sky Black Death, Break Science, Butch Clancy and Marquese Scott, Capital Cities, dBerrie, DJ Shadow, EDX, Falcon, Hal-v and Space Case, Inner Circle, James Renegade, Lil B, Lafa Taylor, Lance Herbstrong, Lynx, M-AD, Minus the Bear, MONSTA, NATO FEELZ, Neon Indian, Party Supplies, Pat Mahoney, Real Magic, Robotic Pirate Monkey, Savoy, Schoolboy Q, Sugar Beats, Thermals, and What So Not.

All these Phase III artists are in addition to Phase I and Phase II artists. Taken together, they form the Kaleidoscope lineup of three headliners and 90 artists! For our full lineup, click here:HERE