Katchafire walks towards the Vinyl Music Hall


Reggae band Katchafire arrives at Vinyl Music Hall on Wednesday. The group from Hamilton, New Zealand is stopping off as part of their “20 Years Legacy Tour”. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Katchafire started out as a Bob Marley tribute band, but eventually made their own music. In 2002, their song “Giddy Up” became New Zealand’s best-selling single that year.

The all-Maori group released five albums during their career, starting with “Revival” (2003), followed by “Slow Burning” (2005), “Say What You’re Thinking” (2007) and “On the Road. Again “. (2010), and their latest compilation album, “Best So Far” (2013).


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Reggae band Inna Vision and local band Tribe Zion will both open the show.

Inna Vision from Maui, Hawaii has a few reggae EPs to her credit, with the latest titled “Highest Grade” available on innavisionmusic.com.

Tribe Zion was formed in 2005 in Boulder, Colorado, before moving to California, northern Louisiana and finally to Pensacola. The reggae / ska group released the EP “Gonna Be Alright” in 2013, available on cdbaby.com and iTunes.

Tickets cost $ 15 and can be purchased at the Vinyl box office and online at ticketfly.com. All ages show. Additional charge of $ 5 for participants 20 and under.

Visit vinylmusichall.com and katchafire.co.nz for more information.


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