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Mar 4, 2011

Roots Rock Reggae Concert

Mister Perfect

There are plenty of activities that are occurring this weekend. If you’re not into the grueling Ruta Maya River challenge, and just want to relax to some conscious music, then there is a concert designed just for you.  The Roots Rock Reggae Concert, with musicians like Jamaica’s Mister Perfect and Belize’s Ras Indio will take place at the MCC Tennis Court on Saturday.  Indio and Mister Perfect gave News Five a preview of what to expect on Saturday.

Mister Perfect, Musician

“Right now ah just more vibes, pure vibes, unstoppable vibes. It’s just the vibes of the rastaman, the vibes of naturalness, the vibes of equal rights and justice. That’s what we are bringing to the people noh. So right now, energetic performance on stage, keeping the people alive, moving, and getting the positive side of the music and the message out there. That’s what we are here in Belize for. The tradition of Rastafari remains the same. The policy is equal rights and justice. Bob Marley say it. Peter Tosh say it. Burning Spear come say it. Buju Banton say it. Capleton say it. Sizzla say it. Ras Indio say it. So perfect. The same thing we ah say and the same thing we wah bring to the people them. Selassie I.”

Ras Indio, Musician

Ras Indio

“The Roots Rock Reggae Annual Event. This is the second one. It’s a peace and love effort. Preety much it is a peace and love concert. Reggae music promotes unity and so that’s what we’re promoting through this music. You know, we have many, many artists who will be on this show: myself Ras Indio even though I noh like start with me because you have others like; Nello Player, Blackberry, Ernestine Carballo, Tanya Carter, TY and Melanine from Belmopan, King Siege, Redadan. But allt he way from Jamaica just making a special appearance is my brethren, Mister Perfect.”

Tickets for the Roots Rock Reggae Concert are twenty dollars in advance and they are available at music stores.

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