Reggae Festival for Climate Protection
Mohawk / Jordanville, New York, USA
On, Saturday, July 26, 2008, on the Gelston Castle Estate, the Central New York area will host its first Reggae festival welcoming renowned reggae artists and DJ's, vendors with wares of green, culture, crafts and more.
In appreciation for the efforts of the Alliance for Climate Protection, this much anticipated earth-friendly event values your support in an important fundraiser for awareness to our climate issues. Additionally, your attendance will make "Reggae Festival for Climate Protection" a household term for people to come together in unity for protecting the environment and being more socially aware.
John Holt & The Ruff Stuff Band
John Brown's Body
Dave Hillyard & the Rocksteady 7
Off I-90 exit 30 – Take Route 28 South in Mohawk. Make a left onto Route 28 at the Fas-Trac Gas Station. Follow Route 28 up Vickerman Hill to Jordanville Road (Blinking Yellow Light) make left. Follow Jordanville Road into Jordanville to and Make left onto Route 167. Stay left at fork onto Robinson Road. Pass Holy Trinity Monastery and go 1 mile on Robinson Road to Galina Lane and make left in Galina Lane. Follow Galina Lane up to Gelston EstateTimes
9:00 am - 12:00 amAdmission & Parking
$35 General Admission
$150 VIP Admission