Falling Into Place Summer Tour
The Green + J Boog
Through The Roots
Cali-Reggae chillers Rebelution have had audiences feelin' irie ever since their 2007 debut Courage to Grow became a West Coast favorite for its unique blend of beachy grooves and socially conscious lyrics. Since then, the band's star has continued to rise with two No. 1 records on the Top Reggae Albums chart and a host of high-profile festival appearances. A favorite with audiences for their extended jam sessions and impressive solos, Rebelution promises even more good vibes on their 2014 tour dates with Cris Cab and Common Kings.
Hailing from the sleepy beach city of Santa Barbara, California, Rebelution formed just a few short steps from the beach — a fact that's reflected in their laid back brand of Reggae fusion. After rising to local success with tireless touring up and down the California coast, the band made their album debut with 2007's Courage to Grow, which was selected as iTunes Editor's Choice for Best Reggae Album of 2007. 2009 follow-up Bright Side of Life would prove an even bigger success, landing at No. 1 on the Top Reggae Albums chart and leading to slots at festivals including Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza. With a new album in the works and extensive tour dates in 2014, Rebelution is poised to achieve even greater heights.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Rebelution's performance was ridiculously amazing. Their set list was awesome! The light show was on point with the songs that they were playing."
"After this concert Rebelution became one of the best live reggae bands I've seen. They sounded incredible and even had some extended songs where they showcased all the different instruments. Excellent solos!"
"Rebelution was great!!! I was very happy with how long and how well they played and sounded."
Cali-reggae band Rebelution has been producing laid-back summery jams since coming out of Santa Barbara in 2004. Their first full-length album, Courage to Grow, reached number four on the Billboard Reggae charts, leading to an explosion in their popularity. Rebelution has since shared billing with some of the biggest names on the reggae scene, including the Expendables and Slightly Stoopid. The recently released Peace of Mind reached number one on both the Billboard Reggae and the Billboard Independent charts, selling 16,000 copies in its first week.