#KingiMusic at Salem Culture Festival Saturday 7/20

#KingiMusic at #SalemCultureFest Saturday 7/20


King-i will be headlining the Salem CultureFest on Saturday July 20th at 6:30PM.  For the full schedule of performances and activities on July 20th and 21st, click Here – Salem Culture Festival Schedule

This is Free Family Festival!  

  • 7/20 Saturday 10 – 8
  • 7/21 Sunday    10 – 6

About The Salem CultureFest: 

 It is held each July on the Salem Common (next to the historic Hawthorne Hotel). This event features live bands who showcase many cultures and styles, as well as other performers (storytellers, martial artists, dancers, and more) who entertain you while you enjoy exploring the unique arts, crafts, and wares of our areas finest artists and crafters. Everyone is welcome to attend this fun family-friendly event, and it is our hope to make this event a permanent part of Salem’s annual events.

One of the primary goals of the Salem CultureFest is to bring to the surface the many cultures and diversity found in and around Salem. For a city with such rich history, Salem should become known for what it truly is: A place to explore anytime of year.


King-i at Salem Culture Fest  Facebook Event

About #KingiMusic

Discover a new voice in Reggae.  The voice of King-i – #KingiMusic. King-I is one of today’s most promising emerging artists.  His dynamic and versatile style as a updated cultural reggae artist reflects his early roots in Trinidad & Tobago as well as his influences of popular music that he listened to while growing up in an urban US neighborhood.  Through his positive music he wisely and spiritually spreads his love for the people. Described as a powerful and soulful performer, King-I’s “powers” are seen in his engaging and highly energetic stage performance.

More about #KingiMusic  – www.kingimusic.com

In 2009, King-I was selected to appear on The Ken Williams WVIP Reggae Rising Stars competition in NY and proceeded to win round two of the event before appearing on Rock w/Squeeze at SOBs in Manhattan for the Grand Finals.  King-I has shared the stage with a variety of well known reggae artists including Yellowman, Lee Scratch Perry, Gregory Isaacs, Jimmy Cliff, The Wailers, Capleton, Pato Banton, Everton Blender, Chrisinti, Pressure, and more and has played to packed audiences at clubs such as the Middle East, House of Blues Cambridge, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, numerous colleges in the Northeast, as well as several festivals in 2010 including Providence Sound Session Genre Defying Music Festival, Exodus to Escoheag RI Reggae Festival and the S.O.S. Harvest Celebration, the Positively Charged Music Festival in 2011 and the OneHeart Festival in Boston for the last three years. 

Follow King-i on these social media platforms

#KingiMusic Youtube Videos  – more on www.youtube.com/kingimusic





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