top of page
  • Akeeile Harris

Marley Brothers Announce 22-City North American Tour

The Marley Brothers are hitting the road for a long North American tour from Vancouver to Miami in September, with potential surprises like YG Marley joining as special guests


Damian & Stephen Marley, set to embark on a long tour (Photo: Cavaughn Edwards)


The Marley Brothers are gearing up to embark on a North American Tour, announcing a string of 22 dates for their upcoming tour. Featuring music icons Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, Ziggy Marley, Grammy-winning artist Julian Marley, and Ky-mani Marley, this tour will span an impressive array of venues across North America.


Kicking off on September 5th in Vancouver, Canada and culminating in a grand finale on October 5th in Miami, this tour promises to be a celebration of reggae music's enduring legacy. Fans can catch the Marley Brothers in action in a variety of cities, including Phoenix, Arizona; Austin and Houston, Texas; Bridgeport, Connecticut; Queens, New York; Toronto, Atlanta, and Tampa and many others.


Recently, the Marley Brothers hosted a spectacular event in Jamaica to celebrate the late Jo Mersa's Birthday. This gathering brought together a lineup of reggae and dancehall talents including Buju Banton, Jesse Royal, Jahshii and Grammy-winning artist Kabaka Pyramid, among others.



The event marked a milestone for global sensation YG Marley, as it was his debut show in Jamaica where he performed his hit single "Praise Jah In The Moonlight". Adding to the excitement, his mother, the legendary Lauryn Hill, made a surprising guest appearance, further igniting the crowd. Both YG Marley and Lauryn Hill had graced the renowned Coachella festival with their performances yesterday.


In addition, Stephen Marley's daughter, Mystic Marley, and King Cruff, son of Stephanie Marley, are making significant strides in the music industry, further solidifying the Marley legacy. there is a possibility of any one of them being special guests during the upcoming tour.

Comentários


bottom of page