Soja concerts represent a tradition that started in Jamaica but now stretches across the world. Don't miss out on seeing Soja on tour. See below for Soja tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Jul 14, 2017
|The Dirty Heads & SOJA||Chula Vista, CA|
Mattress Firm Amphitheatre
Jul 15, 2017
|The Dirty Heads & SOJA||Las Vegas, NV|
Mandalay Bay - Beach
Jul 16, 2017
|The Dirty Heads & SOJA||Mesa, AZ|
Jul 19, 2017
|The Dirty Heads & SOJA||Morrison, CO|
Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Jul 23, 2017
|The Dirty Heads & SOJA||Dallas, TX|
The Bomb Factory
Jul 28, 2017
|Mayjah Rayjah Music Festival - 2 Day Pass||Honolulu, HI|
Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Waikiki Shell
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Reggae is a form of music that was developed in Jamaica in the 1960s. It was influenced by African and Carribean music, as well as Jamaican ska, rocksteady and American R&B. Beginning as a slowed down version of the faster tempoed ska, reggae has since developed into a number of different styles. Perhaps one of the most recognizable names from the genre is the late Bob Marley, who was one of the its pioneers. Other famous reggae acts include UB40, Peter Tosh, and Steel Pulse, and Soja.
Reggae is not just one type of music, but has diverged into many sub-genres. Reggaeton is a fusion form of reggae and latin music that emerged in 1990 and gained mainstream popularity in the mid-2000s. Other popular forms of reggae include dancehall, dub, rockers, and roots reggae. Over the years, reggae has influenced not only the culture of Jamaica, but has become an integral part of the music tradition across the world. Enjoy the sounds of reggae by getting your Soja tickets from TicketNetwork today!