Previous events

A Mikey Smith Event ft. Michael St George

Hackney Attic, 270 Mare St E8 1HE, London

Black History Studies & Decolonizing the Archive presents: Anansi Rebooted. Featuring live performances by Kinshasa-born poet JJ Bola, ethereal Manhattan-based vocalists OSHUN, London's favourite Bantu chick; poet Belinda Zhawi, and London-based lyricists Black/Other plus guest appearances from artist and poet Michael St George and writer Kate Elizabeth Earnest.

Bob Marley Beach Festival

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Sand Beach Holiday Resort, Kotu, The Gambia

Join us for an outdoor evening of dub poetry, music & compelling thought. The MSG will launch his new album "Fight Your Fears or Die".

"A marvellous marriage between inspirational and rebellious . . . definitely absorbing reggae music" Owen Blakka Ellis, Buzz Magazine

Proudly hosted by The Poetry Society of Jamaica's Monthly Poetry Fellowship.

Hamilton Plays for Change

The Citadel, 28 Rebecca St, Hamilton, Ontario

Fullstride Sounds Studio is proud to host the Hamilton Playing for Change Day concert. Playing For Change is a global movement created to inspire, connect, and bring peace to the world through music.

Join international dub artiste Michael St. George and a stellar line up of musicians and spoken word artists as we join with this global community of awesomeness.

Proceeds from the day are split 50/50 between the Playing for Change Foundation and the Turn Around Project for the Arts (TAP), non-for-profit organisations creating positive change and empowering you through music and arts education.

Feel Good. Be generous. Have fun.


An evening with Dennis & friends

Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square, Toronto

Dennis Bovell, reggae maestro and musical pioneer, joins reggae historian and cultural critic Klive Walker in conversation about reggae music’s historical development and its continued role in instigating creative social change.

Enjoy live acoustic music, dancers, and the official launch of the Fly Away compilation—a collaboration with 12 Canadian artists and Dennis, made to support the Turn Around Project for the Arts (TAP), a non-for-profit organisation empowering youth globally to find their identities as artists, educators and leaders.

All proceeds from this evening go towards TAP.