Reggae In The Desert

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Apcar Productions Presents: Reggae In The Desert
June 16, 2012

Frederic Apcar Productions is pleased to present the 2012 version of Reggae In The Desert, Las Vegas’ largest Reggae festival, showcasing both the unifying power of Reggae music & the Caribbean lifestyle. While you are enjoying the legendary musical performances from some of Jamaica’s most legendary performers, you will be able to bargain with vendors for Caribbean island style arts and crafts, and when you get hungry sample the great flavours of the Caribbean Islands with our onsite food court that will satisfy any appetite. Quench your thirst at our conveniently located beer gardens so that you will be able to enjoy some of your favorite drinks, and dance the night away.

12 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Clark County Ampihtheater
500 South Grand Central Parkway

Open To All Ages

General Information

Reggae In The Desert is back! Nine years strong and each year gets even better. 2011 will play host to the best line up yet.

Date
June 16, 2012

Hours of Operation
12 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Front gate procedures
Get your ticket at the ticket booth or pre-purchase from Ticketmaster, then get in line at the gate, you will be searched by security. REMEMBER! No Re-entry!

ATMs NOW AVAILABLE ON SITE.

What to Bring
A blanket, one personal un-opened bottle of water is OK, still camera (no video), sunscreen are all permitted.

What Not To Bring
NO cans or bottles, alcoholic beverages, coolers or food. NO weapons (with or without a permit) including sticks, balls, bats, chains or clubs. No blow horns, balloons, umbrellas, or lawn chairs. No video equipment, squirt or water guns, unauthorized vending, concessions, merchandise, literature of promotions, and no animals.

Smoking in designated areas only!, No Lawn Smoking, No Re-Entry

WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO SEARCH ANY PARTICIPANT & ASK ANYONE WHO IS NOT OBERVING THESE REGULATIONS TO LEAVE THE EVENT!

Food & Drink
A wide assortment of Carribean Island style food and beverage vendors will be on hand. Everything from jerk chicken, peas & rice, fried plantains to Thai food will be available. Domestic and imported beers will be available.

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