News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Oct. 12, 2018: A singer dubbed the ‘Godfather of Dancehall’ will headline this year’s “Festival of Indie Artists” in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, November 3rd.
Johnny Osbourne will perform at the annual ‘Reggae Culture Salute’ 2018 (RCS), a “Festival of Indie Artists” according to Carlyle McKetty, president of the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music, (CPR).
This year’s event will be staged at the popular Milk River at 960 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.
Osbourne has attended several staging’s of RCS and says his performance at this event will give his many fans, “a chance to see that old soldiers never die.”
Also set to perform are New Kingston band of ace bass guitarist Courtney Panton and his Brooklyn native sons; Menny More, Marvin Burke of Epic Order and spoken word artist, Ngoma.
RCS will also honor the dynamic New Kingston with the Simba Award for their innovations in pursuing an independent career course.
“We’re excited to be presenting this stellar lineup of New York based indie artists doing great work and look forward to outstanding performances,” said McKetty.
Visit eventbrite.com for general tickets. VIP tickets are $50 and includes a meet and greet with the artists.