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The AZ Reggae Fest is bringing its brand of
food, music and culture to Lake Havasu City, Arizona this April Founded by Will
Davis (Doing Thangs Productions), this highly anticipated two-day outdoor festival
fosters synergy between the community and building a bridge that connects various
cultures in one place; at one time. Attendees spend the day shopping, enjoying art,
demonstrations, and informational exhibits that will enhance the senses for a palate
of good vibes and rich culture. Set to take place at the beautiful Nautical Beachfront
Resort, it features live performances from local, national and international DJ’s and
recording artists. Equipped with a court of food from various cultures, music rooted
in unity and a beachfront setting, it promises to be a very memorable event.
“One of the nice things about this festival is that we get the opportunity to donate
to a charity is that close to our hearts. So, we have an added motivation to make
this festival a success.” – Will Davis
Each festival has a designated local charity and The Autism Society of Greater
Phoenix will be the primary beneficiary of proceeds from this great event. For
information about the Autism Society of Greater Phoenix, you may visit their website:
Scheduled to perform:
Friday, April 11, 2014
6pm – 12mid
Marlon “Ganja Farmer” Asher
Maka Roots & ISight Band
Saturday, April 12, 2014
11am – 11pm
Marlon “Ganja Farmer” Asher Pato Banton & The Now Generation
Everton Blender & The Yard Squad Band
Layne & 7 Seal Dub
About AZ Reggae Fest
The Largest Reggae Festival series in Arizona, hosts two festivals; One in Lake Havasu, AZ in the Spring, and
one in Phoenix, AZ in the Fall. For more information, please go to www.azreggaefest.com .
About Doing Thangs Productions
The parent company of AZ Reggae Fest. The premiere company for all things entertainment. Promoting,
booking and producing all genres of entertainment for over 17 years. For more information, please go to
There are two new exhibits at the Lake Havasu Museum in celebration of Archaeology Month.
A museum volunteer, Tom Crager, has mounted an exhibit of his photographs of extensive research and exploration of Prehistoric Rock Art. It replaces the lighthouse exhibit, which now resides at the Visitor Center. The rock art exhibit will be semi-permanent.
In the center area of the museum, volunteer Jenny Anderson has mounted a temporary exhibit of the restoration of the Swansea Townsite and other archaeological sites of interest around the area. She is a member of the State Parks Site Steward program.
The Hopi Opportunity Quilt also is on display at the museum. The museum is selling raffle tickets for the quilt. Proceeds benefit the Hopi schools. The quilt will be on display for a short period of time because it travels to other locations throughout the state and region.