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Young Jamaican Nova Scotian Woman wearing bright onrage suit and smiling - Jah'Mila live in Lordly Park!

TICKETS:

Monday, August 5th
4:00 PM
Run time: 2 x 45 min sets with intermission

This event is Pay What You Can
General Admission

Please note: In the event of rain, this concert will move indoors at the Chester Playhouse, with seats held for all pre-booked tickets.

Jah’Mila

Live in Lordly Park

Music
August 5 
 
Celebrate Natal Day with award-winning, roots reggae artist Jah’Mila as we soak up the summer sun in Lordly Park!

Originally from Kingston Jamaica, Jah’Mila has deep-rooted love for traditional roots reggae, her music blends the vibrant spirit of Jamaican roots music with elements of jazz and modern soul. She has been blessed to share stages with renowned acts like The Wailers, Black Uhuru, and Groundation, which has enriched her journey as a reggae artist and cultural ambassador.  Her album Roots Girl won a 2023 East Coast Music Award, and was nominated for a 2024 Juno Award. Jah’Mila is passionate about social justice and uses her music as a platform for both a form of entertainment and activism, advocating for community, inclusion, and support for the arts.

Jah’Mila had us on our feet at our Re-Opening Celebration last August, and we are thrilled to have her and her 9-piece band back for this fun, outdoor concert. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and snacks, and cap off your long weekend with some sweet, soulful music. 

This is a PWYC Event with a suggestion donation of $20. You may donate in advance, or pay when you arrive.

Please note: In the event of rain, this concert will move indoors at the Chester Playhouse, with seats held for all pre-booked tickets.

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