Miami, Florida (PressExposure) January 20, 2012 -- World beat music takes center stage at the Budweiser One Love Nutrifest featuring a musical genre for every taste - including reggae, Latin American, Caribbean, and more.
A unique group of artists are performing whose musical brilliance is eclipsed only by their message of love and hope. "I carefully selected this lineup because every artist has devoted their life to spreading a message consistent with our purpose," said ROCKAZ MVMT president and CEO Alfonso D'Niscio Brooks. "We are all striving to change the world for the better by empowering people to make a positive difference through the universal language of music."
Midnite - legendary St. Croix roots reggae group tells us to "keep good relations" with one another.
Cultura Profetica - Puerto Rican reggae band with lyrics that center on socio-political and ecological issues.
Easy Star All-Stars - By now we should all know: Dub Side of the Moon, they have defined themselves as one of the most powerful Reggae production conglomerates outside of Jamaica.
Gondwana - has been spreading the word of Jah Love, standing tall and strong in a peace-loving position of musical and lyrical creation.
Jahfe - is here to let the world know Jah is real and His word shall come to pass. Jahfe reflects the city's diverse music scene and the ability of music to connect to people of all backgrounds.
Jean P Jam- a special blend of world beat music deeply rooted rhythms with globally encompassing lyrics.
"Our ultimate goal is to uplift the spirit and inspire people of every ilk to give of themselves to help make the world a better place in which to live," said D'Niscio Brooks. "We're accomplishing this task ecofriendly by spreading art, culture and music while raising money to end poverty, feed the hungry and shelter the homeless."
The Reggae fest includes a food drive benefiting Curley's House (www.curleyshouseinc.com) dedicated to improving the quality of life for low-to-moderate income individuals, families, elderly, youth-at-risk, abused, and HIV/AIDS infected individuals. Guests will be asked to contribute two or more cans of food as part of the cost of admission.
"Given the philanthropic nature of this event, we're inviting civic minded companies to join us as sponsors," D'Niscio Brooks said. "It's a great way to get your name in front of thousands of people while ensuring that hundreds of thousands of dollars are donated to a worthy cause."
The Reggae festival includes an "island festival" featuring special drinks, foods, and specialties; plus villages including non-profit village, farmers market, art & crafts, eco village, compost village, bounce houses, bike valet, YOGA and workshops.
The Budwesier One Love Nutrifest is Saturday February 18, 2012, Grand Central Park 721 NW 1st Ave in Downtown Miami.
For additional information contact Alfonso Brooks at 305-763-4509 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get tickets at: http://baysiderocksfestival.com/
Alfonso Brooks is author of this article on Miami Music Festival.