Miami Beach Bandshell Julian Marley + The Uprising – Miami Beach Bandshell

Julian Marley + The Uprising

The Colours of Royal Tour. Julian Marley is the son of reggae legend Bob Marley and Barbados-born Lucy Pounder. Born in London, raised in Jamaica, Julian was steeped in a musical atmosphere and surrounded by the legends of reggae music. Julian's 1996 debut album Lion in the Morning launched him into the public eye, leading to international tours with his band The Uprising, and a collaboration with Lauryn Hill on her Grammy-winning album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. He has joined his siblings Stephen, Cedella, Damian, and Kymani on inspired tributes, world tours and musical missions. At the invitation of the Jamaican government, he performed during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, and celebrated alongside Jamaica's Gold medal-winner Usain Bolt. Marley’s 2009 album Awake garnered several Grammy nominations, and was awarded 2010 ‘Best Album of the Year’ at the International Reggae and World Music Awards. In the same tradition as his father, Julian is a devout Rastafarian whose music is inspired by life and spirituality. And while Julian has built a formidable reputation by transcending musical genres, we can be sure that all future endeavors that the music visionary embarks on will remain spiritual, moral and with a global mission.

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Show time

8:00 PM

Doors open

7:00 PM

Event date

Sat, July 15


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The municipal parking lot at 73rd Street and Collins Avenue is across the street from the Bandshell, and it is free (!) after 6pm. When it is full, look for street parking.

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The venue is an open air facility, covered by our new canopy. Shows are scheduled rain or shine.

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No outside food or drink inside the Bandshell, please. We have a fully-stocked bar, and we usually feature wonderful food vendors inside the venue. We also have a water refill station.


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