Jamaican recording artist Jack Radics is teaming up with Chubb Rock’s Authentic Caribbean Radio to create a lineup of performers who will headline Authentic Caribbean Radio’s “Feel Good Festival and Futurist Expo”.
The event will feature music, arts, and sustainable living products and services. It will be held on July 17 and July 18, 2021 at The Exclusive Lake Pavilion in Griffin, Georgia. The event aims to promote diversity and feature sustainable living products and services, handmade arts and crafts, and products from local farms and businesses.
The platinum selling Jamaican recording artist Jack Radics will join fellow musicians Miri Ben Ari, Tito Puente Jr., Third World, Sir Charles Jones, Nellie Travis, Alex Bugnon, and R. Carlos Nakai, for the highly anticipated event. Additional artists slated to appear include Stevie Face; The International Women in Reggae, an all-female Reggae band making waves in the music industry; Womba Drummers and Tsoombi Ensemble from Africa, and more.
Chubb Rock, a Jamaican-born and Brooklyn-raised rapper, is a pioneer in the movement advocating diversity, human rights, and community minded stewardship in the United States and throughout the world. He has created mainstream radio programs that feature Reggae, and together with his co-hosts Siman Baby, Marissa Williams, and DJ Chigga, he has helped raise awareness through Authentic Caribbean Radio.
Jack Radics has been a major force in the worlds of pop, soul, and reggae music for over 25 years, selling over three million records worldwide. He is in the Guinness book of World records for recording the fastest-selling reggae remake ever of a popular song – “Twist and Shout”, on which he collaborated with fellow Jamaican artists Chaka Demus and Pliers in 1993.
The Feel Good Festival and Futurist Expo will feature a diverse array of cross-cultural entertainment within a sustainable living environment. The festival will feature cutting edge technology, world cuisine, healthy lifestyle education, feel good, fun and live music. Each day of the event will feature a new lineup of musical artists, dancers, and speakers.
The event will feature expo pavilions including eco travel, eco fashion, natural beauty, a global bazzar, Kasbah Tea House, a beer and wine garden, and more where attendees can find vendors and exhibits to learn more sustainable living and a healthy lifestyle. For the children, there will be a kid’s magic castle.
Tickets for The Feel Good Festival and Futurist Expo cost $90 for advance one-day general admission tickets, $150 for advance one-day VIP tickets, $150 for advance two-day general admission tickets, and $250 for two-day VIP tickets.
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