Greetings. . . Reggae Walk of Fame and Museum offer live "#Reggae in the Sun" to 10000 visitors that come on a on a Royal Caribbean Cruise into the Port of #Falmouth each week staying for only 5 hours. Our #Reggae concerts 11 am to 3 pm at the #Falmouth Stadium.
Cruise and Stop Over visitors will ride the #Reggae Highway from the Port of Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, #Falmouth to the #Falmouth Stadium.
Reggae Walk of Fame and Museum Ltd / Independence Park Ltd signed a agreement to stage #Reggae in the Sun at the #Falmouth Stadium for the next 3 years.
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When reggae emerged in the late 1960s, it came as a cultural bombshell not only to Jamaica but the whole world. Reggae has influenced societies throughout the world, contributing to the development of new counterculture movements, particularly in Europe, in the USA and Africa.
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Reggae has spread to many countries across the world, often incorporating local instruments and fusing with other genres. Reggae en Español spread from the Spanish speaking Central American country of Panama to the mainland South American countries of Venezuela and Guyana then to the rest of South America.
Caribbean music in the United Kingdom, including reggae, has been popular since the late 1960s, and has evolved into several subgenres and fusions.
Many reggae artists began their careers in the UK, and there have been a number of European artists and bands drawing their inspiration directly from Jamaica and the Caribbean community in Europe. Reggae in Africa was boosted by the visit of Bob Marley to Zimbabwe in 1980. In Jamaica, authentic reggae is one of the biggest sources of income.