The JAH KINGS is an international Roots Reggae project delivering a message of unity, healing, multicultural identity, indigenous wisdom, and Unconditional Love.
They will be taking the stage at The Historic Ute Theatre on August 3rd, at 7pm! Doors @ 6 PM.
Advance Sale: $10
(advance prices available until 7/31 11:59PM)
General Admissions: $12
(starting 8/1 and at the door!)
The JAH KINGS project boasts a fluid, ever-dynamic line-up of world-class musicians, while frequently featuring special guests. Kofi is grateful that he’s been blessed with so many phenomenal performers to play with over the years, yet he maintains that the music he channels after deep meditation -the JAH KINGS Sound- has a life of its own, which is anchored in the themes of integrity, indigenous wisdom, multi-cultural identity/respect/healing/unity, and an Unconditional Love which extends beyond the boundaries of human constructs, or the limited ways in which the concepts of reality and spirituality are most often regarded.
The JAH KINGS project has been promoting and speaking on these themes since the early ‘90’s; touring nationally and internationally (specifically Ghana, West Africa); and playing nearly every type of venue many times over, with a strong focus on serving disenfranchised communities and peoples. JAH KINGS’ music has been bootlegged and shared around the world, and though they typically headline these days, JAH KINGS have opened for big names such as The Four Tops, Journey, Foreigner, Phyllis Hyman, Bobby Womack, TLC, Cyril Neville, and top Reggae acts such as: Culture, the Itals, Yellowman, Panto Banton, Eekamouse, Everton Blender, Neville Duncan of the legendary Ethiopians, and many more.