Free Concert Alert | Mexico68 and Lee “Scratch” Perry at the Santa Monica Pier | 8/28/14 [Preview]

Twilight Concert Series | Santa Monica Pier

CLICK HERE to check out the other acts I plan on checking out this Summer at the Twilight Concert Series at the Santa Monica Pier!

With over half of the concert series in the books, on Thursday, August 28st, the Santa Monica Pier hosts the East Los Angeles, Afrobeat band Mexico 68 and the legendary Lee Scratch Perry.

Basically responsible for the sound of Jamaican reggae, Lee “Scratch” Perry has worked with all of the reggae greats: Bob Marley, The Wailers, Junior Murvin and the list goes on, and on and on.  If you love reggae music, you must attend this concert. Period.

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Based out of East Los Angeles, Mexico68 is a full, 13 piece band that will have everyone in the audience grooving to their music. If you enjoy the sounds of Fela Kuti, you will want to get to the pier early to catch their the unique blend of chicano funk and afrobeat.

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To see the full list of acts performing at the Santa Monica Pier as part of the 20th Annual Twilight Concert series, CLICK HERE.

CLICK HERE to check out the other acts I plan on checking out this Summer at the Twilight Concert Series at the Santa Monica Pier!

Published by dklee13

Music attorney by day. Music lover by night. Occasionally, I'll have something to share. If you like what you read, spread the word. Follow me on twitter @Methodman13 to be notified of new posts. I also have an instagram account using the same handle where I post music related pics. Thanks for dropping by!

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