If you love music and need another excuse to visit Puerto Vallarta for Easter, Bob Marley’s son could be just the ticket! Ky Mani Marley will be headlining the Puerto Vallarta Reggae Festival on March 25th, bringing rhythm to the Easter festivities on Banderas Bay.
Reggae on the Bay this Easter in Puerto Vallarta
On Friday March 25th, from 4pm until 11pm, visitors to Puerto Vallarta arriving for Easter can enjoy a number of reggae groups, amongst which will feature Bob Marley’s son, Ky Mani Marley and his band. Other renowned reggae bands that will play at the festival include Kassiano, Konfrontation Band, La Yaga, Maurice Englishman and the Profile Band, in addition to other supporting groups. The Easter reggae concert will take place in the Flamingos Event’s Area which is located behind the Mega superstore in Puerto Vallarta’s hotel zone, with DJ Cossío warming up the crowd with classic reggae tunes from 4pm.
Reggae Music in Puerto Vallarta for Easter
This festival is a great opportunity for music lovers visiting Puerto Vallarta during Easter to enjoy live music and a unique atmosphere. It is also the perfect activity to entertain your teenagers on vacation in the sunny destination and a great treat for local residents during Easter.
According to Puerto Vallarta’s local newspaper, the Tribune de La Bahia, one of the festival’s organizers, Kassiano claims that it is going to be a historic event for Banderas Bay and the first time that a “Marley” has performed in Puerto Vallarta, bringing with him “the great vibe, talent and charm of his legacy, which brought reggae to the ears of the world.” The newspaper also reported that Ky Many Marley’s representatives have said that the singer is really excited about coming to Mexico, especially Puerto Vallarta in Easter, where he is sure there will be a great connection between the music, atmosphere and festival goers.
Safe and Sound for a happy Easter in Puerto Vallarta
Organizers of the event are sure it is going to be a really pleasant experience for those spending Easter in Puerto Vallarta, having taken every measure to ensure the safety and security of all those attending the reggae festival, which is attracting visitors from Guadalajara who will be arriving in coaches especially for the concert. Around 10 thousand people are expected to attend the concert in Puerto Vallarta.
Guests at Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa are recommended to contact the concierge upon arrival to see the best ways to arrive to the concert and how to get tickets. Alternatively you can purchase tickets on line.