Lititz Reggae Spring Fest

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Saturday April 15th, 2023

2:00 PM – 10 PM

$30 Advance General Admission Floor
$35 Advance Reserved Balcony Seating
$40 Day of Show

Celebrate the warm weather with Lions Heart Productions!
Note: This event is all ages, Valid ID Required to Drink


Singer/Song Writer/Song Producer/Humanitarian
Etana’s first single Wrong Address struck a cord in many across the world, introducing Etana in a major way. The single, Wrong Address, was followed by the song entitled Roots in 2007 before she connected with VP Distribution Company.

With her 2014 release of I Rise (Produced by Clive Hunt/VP Records), Etana became the first female artist out of Jamaica to be number one on the Reggae Billboard in 17 years!

Reggae Forever, produced by Etana & Andre Morris and Distributed by Tads Records, made it to number one of the reggae billboard and nominated by the Grammy Committee for best reggae album in 2018. This made Etana the first female in over twenty years to be nominated for best reggae album.

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RootSetters is an original 5-piece reggae / dubrock / jam band base out of Philadelphia. Consisting of 5 core members: Patrick Lattanze (lead vocals & guitar), Nevin Thomas (drums), Ras Mykl (bass), Derry J (keys & keytar), and Megan Guiltinan (vocals & percussion).

With a goal to illuminate people’s minds and stand together for truth, knowledge, and love, RootSetters bring a unique blend of deep roots, rock, dub, and improvisation to the stage.

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Native Dread

Native Dread and the Rockers is a Roots Reggae band based out of Hampton Roads, Virginia. Playing for the sake of spreading irie feelings and uplifting the soul, the band’s inspiration forms raw mystical tunes to brighten the mind and bring one another closer. They keep a tight roots vibe with a heavy dub influence, bringing driving riffs and feel good rhythms to spark people dancing in any venue.

Native Dread began with vocalist/guitarist, Gabriel Meeks, establishing a reggae presence in Richmond (2018) before relocating back to the Tidewater area of Virginia (2021), in search of a rebel crew of musicians to stand alongside and perform. Shortly after moving, he met drummer and percussionist, Mark Canary, and began weaving strong rhythms and performing at shows. Within a couple of months, friend and musician Christopher Galiffa of Richmond, VA joined the band on bass, bringing an extra rhythmical element and depth to the roots tunes. Embracing indigenous roots, Native Dread and the Rockers serve a mission to bring positive vibes and overthrow life’s obstacles and selfish oppressors.
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Mighty Mistic

ighty Mystic is considered as one of the leaders in the U.S. Reggae scene and labeled by many as one of the more prolific artists to develop outside of Jamaica. He has gripped the scene with ferocious conviction and an uncanny ambition worthy to be mentioned among the greats. He has gone from being a fan of reggae music to being a contributor to the art. Mighty Mystic came on the scene in 2006 after scoring his first international hit with the song “Riding on the Clouds.” However, it wasn’t until the release of his first album “Wake up the World” (2010) that he became a household name. “Wake up the World” boasted several standouts, such as “Revolution,” “Riding on the Clouds,” “Original Love,” and “Slipped Away” with appearances from reggae icon Shaggy and roots rocker Lutan Fyah. Mystic continues to wake up the world with his high energy, message driven brand of reggae music which he emphatically calls “HARD ROOTS.” It is this unique spin on classic reggae blended with Hip Hop & Rock that has catapulted him to the forefront of today’s Reggae Revival. Mighty Mystic is also the younger brother of current Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness. When asked, does being the brother of Prime Minister Holness have any impact on your music? Mystic simply says “Andrew has a job to do and so do I, impact or not we both have our own mission to complete”.
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