Reggae Cruise Melbourne
VenueLady Cutler Melbourne Showboat
LocationBerth 14, Central Pier, Docklands, VIC 3008 Australia
ALL TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT
Thank you very much for your support, we can’t wait to have you aboard!
“One Love, One Heart, One Cruise
Lets get together and feel alright…”
After an amazing and SOLD OUT first Reggae Cruise featuring live bands Rasta Unity and T-RHYTHM, as well as DJ Zare Demus, Boomerang Events invites you to take a journey into our second Reggae experience aboard the Lady Cutler Melbourne Showboat.
Besides the relaxing cruise, stunning views and sunset of Port Philip Bay, Williamstown and Melbourne skylines, leading reggae bands Tee & The Refugees, Centre & The South and DJs Zare Demus and Sista Zai Zanda will take you on a trip into the best of Reggae Music!
The 4hours REGGAE CRUISE will take place on Saturday the 13th of June and will depart from Central Pier, Docklands cruising from Docklands,Yarra River into the Port of Melbourne, Hobson Bay, Williamstown, Port Melbourne and St Kilda Beach.
Drinks and a delicious Snacks Menu will be available aboard!
Tickets available now on: https://ladycutlermelbourneshowboat.rezdy.com/52836/reggae-cruise-saturday-13th-of-june
Saturday the 13th of June 2015
Departing: 18:00 (SHARP)
The Lady Cutler Melbourne Showboat
Shed 14, Central Pier, Harbour Esplanade – Docklands – Melbourne
More Fire at Deep 11
Ticket includes FREE ENTRY to official Reggae Cruise after party!!!
Normal Price $12 dollars
Featuring Chant Down Sound and nuff special guests.
@ The Mercat 456 Queen St, Melbourne from 10pm
(Including FREE ENTRY to after-party at More Fire!)
Early Bird Entry: $25 dollars (Until April 20th) – GONE
First Round: $30 dollars – SOLD OUT
Second Round: $40 dollars – SOLD OUT
Third Round: $45 dollars – SOLD OUT!
Door Price: $55 dollars – NOT AVAILABLE
Entry for More Fire only will be charged $12 dollars at the door
CENTRE & THE SOUTH
Nicholas Emsley (front man) and Jimmy Doheny (lead Guitarist) formed Melbourne based Centre & the South in September 2009. By early 2015 the band had expanded to an 8 piece to include bass, drums, saxophone, trumpet, percussion and keyboard.
From roots beginnings the band have evolved to a predominantly reggae sound with elements of world, funk and rock. Notorious for setting clutching intimacy and uplifting performances Centre & the South are renowned by fans for their charm and soulful presence.
Since their inception the band have supported a range of international and Australian acts such as Free Like Me (USA) and Kalasmica (ITA) and Kingswood. Festival appearances have gained in frequency over the years making a appearances at St Kilda Festival (2015) and Sustainable Living Festival to name a few.
The band are currently recording their debut LP ‘Yadah’ with music producer Michael Cristiano (The Seekers) due to be released mid 2015. Previous releases have enjoyed high rotation across community radio throughout Australia as well as receiving positive acclaim from online outlets such as the AU Review and Happppy.com.
‘Something New, Something True’-EP, (April, 2012). The EP consists of 6 tracks of roots style.
‘Lay Low’ –Single, (December, 2012). The Single consists of 3 titles with the evolved reggae sound of band.
‘Inner City Paradise’ – Single, (September, 2014). The single consists of 3 original reggae tracks.
‘Feel That Flow’ – Single, (December, 2014). Standalone track release.
TEE & THE REFUGEES
Bio coming up soon…
DJ ZARE DEMUS (Jamaica)
An international dj and hype man with 15 years in the entertainment business.Truly a talented performer, you wont find Zare Demus being a cliched DJ with his head down, however he will be either blazing on the microphone or dropping a dance move while taking his patrons on a musical journey.
Zare Demus who was born in Jamaica, started thrilling patrons from the age of 16 when it was cool to buy vinyl and play them on turntables. Having gone through the fire that is Jamaican marathon dancehall sessions, easily reaching 10 hours per set, this gruelling intro to the world of entertainment, in reality, was the best launching pad for this DJ. Zare Demus cut his teeth on the constant demand to entertain and change vibes at any given moment. This is a skill many DJs will never learn, however, Zare Demus has turned it into an art form. Zare Demus’ unique DJ style enables him to play across all genres bringing the same level of energy, professionalism and showmanship to all performances.
DJ SISTA ZAI ZANDA (Zimbabwe)
She tends to dance to music rather than discuss it and if her life had a soundtrack, old and new roots reggae would take up most of the playlist. She presents a weekly music show on 3CR so tune into “Hip Sista Hop” for a flavour of the reggae, hip hop, funk, soul, RNB and poetry that moves her.
Check her out on:
Radio Show: www.3cr.org.au/hipsistahop