Mykal Rose & Etana in Concert

Friday 11 September

Mykal Rose & Etana in Concert

The Drum in partnership with Sound System Culture Presents Mykal Rose, Etana and Cold Fever in Concert

The Voice of Black Uhuru, Mykal Rose returns to The Drum, Birmingham to deliver a stellar performance with his massive catalogue of hits. For over twenty five years the Ruff Rose has been recording and performing in his brand of militant, hardcore Jamaican music to the delight of reggae fans around the world.

On the night he will be sharing the stage with the Empress of Reggae Etana, also known as The Strong One. With her roots rock and reggae vocals she is bound to stun audience with hits past, present and future.

Rising talent, Cold Fever has already received critical acclaim for introducing a new genre Desi Reggae, a fusion of his Jamaican and Indian heritage. Cold Fever has performed for the BBC Asian Network’s New Music Showcase and is currently embarking on a European which kicked off at Glastonbury 2015 on the BBC Introducing Stage.

Birmingham’s own Wassifa Showcase will be supporting on the night.

A must see concert for reggae fans across the Midlands, so get your tickets early!

Early bird: £15*
Standard: £20
OTD: £25
Doors 9pm
Show time 9:30pm

*subject to availability

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