Time for the original reggae vibes with the old, new, sound and live style. Yeah man! i say hot stepping dancehall, roots, dub, revivers and more.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006
The Rock Skindergade 45, Copenhagen

With this in mind i would like to inform you that starting the 6th of September we will be introducing The JamRock Reggae club, it will be the heart beat of Jamaica’s music, with a difference, dates after the 6th of September are the 27th September, the 11th October, 1st and 21st November and there after every first and third Wednesdays each month, stationed on

The Rock – Skindergade 45
Copenhagen – doors open 21:00.

We will be featuring live music direct from Jamaica and some of the top bands, sound systems and djs out of Denmark, along with the resident Jamaican sound “Sky Juice”.

So with your musical ear in gear and the dance floor cork, moving and jamming September the 6th is a must.

Out in the street they call it ……. Welcome to JamDung …..Jamaica, Jamaica



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