Feb 2, 2013
Reggae in the Mountains
Bundle up and put on your party boots for Reggae in the Mountains featuring Pato Banton on Saturday, Feb. 2, at the Simplot Lot across from the Ketchum Post Office presented by Mountain Niceness Productions. The show will kick off at 7 p.m. with opening bands to include Soulmedic, Mega Baton and Voice of Reason. Tickets are $20 until Feb. 2 and $25 at the gate. VIP, “Very Irie People,” access to Reggae in the Mountains VIP sponsor’s tent is $100.
The evening promises to be great fun with bonfires, bars, food and excellent reggae and roots music. This Reggae in the Mountains is also a celebration for an incredible week of Nordic skiing, activities, education and fun at the 2013 Sun Valley Nordic Fest, January 26 through February 3.
When the show is over, head to Whiskey Jacques’ in Ketchum for the after party with dancehall reggae music at 10:30 p.m. with full sets by Mega Banton from Jamaica, Soul Medic from Hawaii and California, Obie Won from Ohio, Lions Den Sound Unlimited from California and DJ Vision from California. Cover charge at Whiskey Jacques’ will be $8.
Reggae in the Mountains is pleased to announce the Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch is its title sponsor along with main sponsors the City of Ketchum, Atkinsons’ markets, Scott Featherstone, DDS, ESS, Johnny Gs Subshack, Zenergy at Thundersprings and Cheap Shot Vodka, the official vodka for the concert. Backwoods, Flash Black and Mountain Khaki also support Reggae in the Mountains.
For details and to purchase tickets, stop by Atkinsons’ markets, Johnny G’s Subshack, Backwoods and Zenergy at Thundersprings or visit http://tickets.frontgatetickets.com/choose.php?a=1&lid=76530&eid=86321 and www.reggaeinthemountains.com and for updates follow Reggae in the Mountains on Facebook. Proceeds from the bar sales will benefit the Idaho Social Learning Center’s scholarship fund.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For inquires, email Danny Walton at email@example.com or call 208.720.5431.
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