7/7 Live reggae : Roots Rebellion @ the Taipei Artist Village

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7/7 Live reggae : Roots Rebellion @ the Taipei Artist Village

Postby ISLAND JAM » 02 Jul 2012, 17:56

7/7 Roots Rebellion crew will be playing at the Taipei Artist Village this Saturday.
Come hear all original songs in Taiwanese, Chinese and English with vibes straight from the Caribbean. Get ready to dance! $350 +1 free drink
address: 台北市中正區北平東路7號 - No. 7, Beiping E. Rd., Taipei
http://www.facebook.com/TAVCafe

http://www.facebook.com/rootsrebellion

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