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We've got a huge week of shows coming up for you!!
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Wednesday: The Mau Mau Chaplains are back with another edition of Dreadneck Wednesdays! Come hungry, Winston's Kitchen in the Back will be open! Dangerous Sound (@danefoltin and @jah_bill_ ) on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, NO COVER, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Thursday: Jueves sin Fronteras round 3 here at @flamingocantina! @roleroscosmicos and Ex Romantika in the house, plus DJ Vanessa La Bestia on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, NO COVER, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Friday: Portland's @_galaxe_ returns to Austin for a solo set of live Xylosynth beats! With special guests Hatch and Wax Logic! Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door! Doors open at 9PM, 18+ only with a valid ID!
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Saturday: Reggae with Hail Marley and @isistrenreggaeband!! Doors open at 9PM, only $5 cover, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Sunday: the day you've all been waiting for, @capletonmusic and the Prophecy Band in the building at Flamingo Cantina! Presale Tickets are still available on our website! Come hungry, Winston's Caribbean Kitchen will be open in the back! Dangerous Sound on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, $25 tickets, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
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#reggae #irievibes #irie #freeshow #rasta #do512 #downtown #downtownaustin #atx #austin #atxlive #latin #lineup #livemusic #livelatin #livereggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

June 4th! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
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In the fast-moving world of dancehall reggae, fame and success are hard to obtain and easy to lose. When he dropped the tune “Alms House” in 1992, Capleton established himself as more than an entertainer but as a guiding light of righteousness through music. “United we stand and divided we fall,” he sang for the benefit of his fans and dancehall comrades. “Nuff of them nah go know themself till them back against the wall.” A few years later he came back with yet another antidote to the clashing and rivlary that had taken hold of the dancehall business. “Music is a mission,” he reminded his fellow artists, “not a competition. Some man use the music to cause confusion.” The path of this dancehall Prophet was clearly established in 1994 with a string of songs that declared his newfound faith in Rastafari. “INI sight up the light and see say really, yunno, Rasta is real,” he recalls. “founder of the world, because Rasta did come set the trend. Y‚unnerstand. Rasta is life.”
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Tickets are being sold NOW on our website or through or Facebook event page, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
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.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

June 4th! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
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In the fast-moving world of dancehall reggae, fame and success are hard to obtain and easy to lose. When he dropped the tune “Alms House” in 1992, Capleton established himself as more than an entertainer but as a guiding light of righteousness through music. “United we stand and divided we fall,” he sang for the benefit of his fans and dancehall comrades. “Nuff of them nah go know themself till them back against the wall.” A few years later he came back with yet another antidote to the clashing and rivlary that had taken hold of the dancehall business. “Music is a mission,” he reminded his fellow artists, “not a competition. Some man use the music to cause confusion.” The path of this dancehall Prophet was clearly established in 1994 with a string of songs that declared his newfound faith in Rastafari. “INI sight up the light and see say really, yunno, Rasta is real,” he recalls. “founder of the world, because Rasta did come set the trend. Y‚unnerstand. Rasta is life.”
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Tickets are being sold NOW on our website for $25, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
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.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

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Alright y'all, tonight is the night!! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
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Winston's Kitchen in the Back will be on hand to serve up some delicious Carribean fare! Dangerous Sound (aka @danefoltin and @jah_bill_ ) on the 1s and 2s! Tickets are being sold NOW on our website or through or Facebook event page, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
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Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
.
.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

THIS Sunday, June 4th! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
.
In the fast-moving world of dancehall reggae, fame and success are hard to obtain and easy to lose. When he dropped the tune “Alms House” in 1992, Capleton established himself as more than an entertainer but as a guiding light of righteousness through music. “United we stand and divided we fall,” he sang for the benefit of his fans and dancehall comrades. “Nuff of them nah go know themself till them back against the wall.” A few years later he came back with yet another antidote to the clashing and rivlary that had taken hold of the dancehall business. “Music is a mission,” he reminded his fellow artists, “not a competition. Some man use the music to cause confusion.” The path of this dancehall Prophet was clearly established in 1994 with a string of songs that declared his newfound faith in Rastafari. “INI sight up the light and see say really, yunno, Rasta is real,” he recalls. “founder of the world, because Rasta did come set the trend. Y‚unnerstand. Rasta is life.”
.
Tickets are being sold NOW on our website or through or Facebook event page, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
.
.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

We've got a huge week of shows coming up for you!!
.
Wednesday: The Mau Mau Chaplains are back with another edition of Dreadneck Wednesdays! Come hungry, Winston's Kitchen in the Back will be open! Dangerous Sound (@danefoltin and @jah_bill_ ) on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, NO COVER, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Thursday: Jueves sin Fronteras round 3 here at @flamingocantina! @roleroscosmicos and Ex Romantika in the house, plus DJ Vanessa La Bestia on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, NO COVER, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Friday: Portland's @_galaxe_ returns to Austin for a solo set of live Xylosynth beats! With special guests Hatch and Wax Logic! Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door! Doors open at 9PM, 18+ only with a valid ID!
.
Saturday: Reggae with Hail Marley and @isistrenreggaeband!! Doors open at 9PM, only $5 cover, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Sunday: the day you've all been waiting for, @capletonmusic and the Prophecy Band in the building at Flamingo Cantina! Presale Tickets are still available on our website! Come hungry, Winston's Caribbean Kitchen will be open in the back! Dangerous Sound on the 1s and 2s! Doors open at 9PM, $25 tickets, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
.
.
#reggae #irievibes #irie #freeshow #rasta #do512 #downtown #downtownaustin #atx #austin #atxlive #latin #lineup #livemusic #livelatin #livereggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

June 4th! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
.
In the fast-moving world of dancehall reggae, fame and success are hard to obtain and easy to lose. When he dropped the tune “Alms House” in 1992, Capleton established himself as more than an entertainer but as a guiding light of righteousness through music. “United we stand and divided we fall,” he sang for the benefit of his fans and dancehall comrades. “Nuff of them nah go know themself till them back against the wall.” A few years later he came back with yet another antidote to the clashing and rivlary that had taken hold of the dancehall business. “Music is a mission,” he reminded his fellow artists, “not a competition. Some man use the music to cause confusion.” The path of this dancehall Prophet was clearly established in 1994 with a string of songs that declared his newfound faith in Rastafari. “INI sight up the light and see say really, yunno, Rasta is real,” he recalls. “founder of the world, because Rasta did come set the trend. Y‚unnerstand. Rasta is life.”
.
Tickets are being sold NOW on our website or through or Facebook event page, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
.
.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

June 4th! @capletonmusic in the house! A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him. And when Bob Marley dead, that’s when they start to endorse him. I already aware of this, I am not unaware. So I know the more them fight I is the more I get stronger”.
.
In the fast-moving world of dancehall reggae, fame and success are hard to obtain and easy to lose. When he dropped the tune “Alms House” in 1992, Capleton established himself as more than an entertainer but as a guiding light of righteousness through music. “United we stand and divided we fall,” he sang for the benefit of his fans and dancehall comrades. “Nuff of them nah go know themself till them back against the wall.” A few years later he came back with yet another antidote to the clashing and rivlary that had taken hold of the dancehall business. “Music is a mission,” he reminded his fellow artists, “not a competition. Some man use the music to cause confusion.” The path of this dancehall Prophet was clearly established in 1994 with a string of songs that declared his newfound faith in Rastafari. “INI sight up the light and see say really, yunno, Rasta is real,” he recalls. “founder of the world, because Rasta did come set the trend. Y‚unnerstand. Rasta is life.”
.
Tickets are being sold NOW on our website for $25, get them while you can! Doors open at 9, 21+ only with a valid ID!
.
Don't forget to check the @flamingocantina website (link in bio) for upcoming show dates, presale tickets, and booking info!
.
.
.
#atx #austin #downtownaustin #downtown #do512 #reggae #roots #dancehall #livereggae #rasta #irie #legalize #austinreggae #capletonandtheprophecyband

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