#Grammy award-winning reggae band Steel Pulse have been true to their roots for over 35 years. One of #Bob #Marley’s favorites, the band has maintained a sense of fierce integrity as it strives to get the message of love and #Summerfestival justice across to all people.#nowplaying#steelpulse Got these 250 limited # tickets available starting after 5:30 today at the Hampton Taphouse in Hampton 17 E Queens Way, Hampton, VA 23669 and Starting Monday morning in Va Beach at I love Hydroponics 368 Newtown Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23462. These are 25 dollars each. Please write your name down with purchase and what # number you are. We are giving some sick prizes away One of the first prizes will be a Free one night stay at the Crown Plaza for next year’s 2016 reggae fest. People who bought off line your in the mix for the prizes as well,i have all your info and will be added to the jackpot .Please only buy tickets from these locations we have went through a strict process to keep them from being reprinted for everybody’s protection. Thank You

Date Oct 4, 2015 
 Location Hampton, Va War Memorial Stadium

Reggae Stadium Splash Featuring Grammy award-winning reggae band Steel Pulse

Show Time Gate open at 12 noon show 5:30- 7:30pm


Artists on the line -up

Steel Pulse,?Jesse Chong, Natures Child, Mighty Joshua, OctoPUS, and Much More…


A unique voice, revolutionary lyrics, and a commanding stage presence have served David “Dread” Hinds well since the formation of the band in the early 70s.?Born on June 15th 1956, in Handsworth, Birmingham, England, David Hinds was the sixth child of Ruby and Charles Hinds (now deceased). His parents migrated to the UK from Jamaica in the mid 1950s as labourers recruited along with so many other Jamaicans and other British Caribbean islanders to “rebuild post World War II Britain.”

At age five, he started elementary school and completed all his schooling by 1974, acquiring 6 GCE’s and 1 A level. During that period, he developed a love for Fine Art, History, craftsmanship and music. The music out of Jamaica became a major influence on Hinds’ perception on life in years to come. Hind’s comment, “I remember each of my elder siblings coming over with the latest form of music and dance as well as what was happening socially and politically on the island.” more http://www.steelpulse.com/davidhinds.shtml