Maestro Marley Cup combines reggae music, football tournament and Caribbean cuisine
Join Ky-Mani Marley, a son of iconic reggae legend Bob Marley for the Maestro Marley Cup Music Festival and 7-on-7 Football Tournament on Saturday, March 5 at Hollywood ArtsPark at Young Circle.
The event will feature live musical performances from Ky-Mani Marley, his brother Julian Marley, Yellow Man, Jesse Royal, Locos Por Juana, The Dubplates, Dubwise, KJ Marley, Kastin Marley and other guests to be announced.
The outdoor event will also be filled with Caribbean food, drink, cultural vendors, giveaways and activities for the whole family. Doors open at 12 p.m. with musical performances beginning at 4 p.m. The 7 on 7 soccer tournament will take place from noon to 4 p.m. inside the park with 15-minute halves. There is a possibility for 10 teams to compete. There will be a cash prize of $1,500 for the winner.
“I am honored to partner with Ky-Mani Marley and the City of Hollywood to produce the Maestro Marley Cup. We combine Ky-Mani Marley’s two favorite things, music and football. The Maestro Marley Cup will be an uplifting experience for the whole family,” said Maestro Marley Cup co-host David “Big Hair” Brisacher.
“We present to you the Maestro Marley Cup, a day of fun. At the start of the day we will play a little 7 on 7 and later in the day we will entertain you with music and at the same time there will be a lot different cuisine from all over the Caribbean and around the world,” said Ki-Mani Marley. The event will feature Jamaican cuisine, plant-based foods, seafood, island cuisine and Latin fusion.
Maestro Marley Cup Advanced General Admission tickets are $30 and Advanced VIP tickets are $65 and include a private bag, premium viewing area and separate VIP entrance gate. The 7 on 7 soccer team fee is $250 for 7 players per team and includes concert tickets.
The Maestro Marley Cup was created by Ky-Mani Marley and Big Hair Dave of The Dubplates to help raise money for the Love Over All Foundation. The Love Over All Foundation helps communities in need through sport and music. Donations can also be made online for $5 to help create underprivileged youth football scholarships in Hollywood, Florida and Falmouth, Jamaica.
For more information about the Maestro Marley Cup, tickets, or to register, please visit www.maestromarleycup.com.Hollywood ArtsPark at Young Circle is located at 1 N Young Circle in Hollywood.