San Diego Hosts Southern California World Music Festival

The first annual two-day music fest is on July 28-29

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    San Diego will play host to the Southern California World Music Festival this Saturday and Sunday.

    The all-ages party begins at 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Four Points Sheraton at 8110 Aero Dr.

    On Sunday the doors open again at 11 a.m. for family day, where music-lovers are invited to bring their kids to the jam session.

    Scheduled performers include dancehall legend Sister Nancy, Pato Banton and the Now Generation and Garth Dennis, among many musicians.

    The acts will spread out along two different stages, one indoors and one outdoors.

    The World Music Festival will also include live art, prize giveaways, vendors, a beer garden and a children’s play area.

    A one-day pass costs $15 in advance and $20 at the door, while a two-day pass costs $25 in advance and $30 at the door. A VIP two-day pass runs for $40.

    Attendees can buy their tickets online by clicking here or by visiting Queen Bee’s Art & Cultural Center in North Park or Earth Culture Roots in Oceanside.

    For more details on the party, visit the event website.

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