North Shore’s Music on the Beach series welcomes reggae group Lumanation
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When: Friday, July 21, 6 p.m.
Where: Kings Beach State Recreation Area
North Shore gets a taste of California-based reggae rock as San Rafael locals Lumanation headline the Kings Beach Music on the Beach series on Friday, July 21.
“Lumanation’s music ignites passion, and inspires positivity. It is fun, irresistibly danceable and genuinely uplifting.
“They bring a powerful message of unity from deep within their hearts that brings the band and listeners together into one joyful whole,” states the group’s online biography.
Lumanation is made up of seasoned musicians who come from a mix of backgrounds. Together, the variety of styles create a unique sound.
“Their aim is to uplift, invigorate and raise consciousness with music that gets every dancer on the floor, and also touches the hearts, minds and souls of people across nations, and of all ages,” continues the bio.
The band dropped its most recent album, “Place to Be,” at the start of 2017. It features the hit song “Sunshine.”
“Lumanation’s music comes from the heart, and is filled with messages of positivity, fun and hope for a more loving and peaceful world for all.
“From laid back grooves to high energy reggae rock, Lumanation’s music and passion make believers of even the most discriminating listeners,” concludes the bio.
The free gig begins at 6 p.m. at Kings Beach State Recreation Area. In addition to live music, guests can look forward to wine, soda, food and Alibi Ale Works craft beer, which will be available for purchase.
Check out http://www.facebook.com/musiconthebeachkb for more information.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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