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Capital City Reggae Festival 

When: Fri., Nov. 25, 7 p.m. 2016
Price: $10
Tired of Drake jacking reggae riddims like he invented the genre? Had enough of Tory Lanez’s “Luv” posturing as an overly generous R&B cover of “Everyone Falls in Love”? The misappropriation has gotten out of control, which is why genuine roots reggae celebrations like this one are so important. Between the uniting Caribbean jam rock of Triangle mainstays Crucial Fiya and the level playing of the reggae rock quartet Signal Fire, this festival may could either take you to a Caribbean shore or plop you dead center onto a dim dance-hall dance floor. No gimmicks here, just an appreciation of the culture. Also with Ras Medy, Africa King, and more. —Eric Tullis
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