Classic reggae night. Unadulterated, unadulterated. The one served by Al Anderson, Bob Marley's former partner, in front of his band The Original Wailers, and the North Americans SOJA (Soldiers of Jah Army), advanced disciples of his music.
SOJA is the acronym for Soldiers of Jah Army, the American reggae band formed in Virginia (USA) in 1997. Politics, love and religion, as the classic canons of the genre dictate, are the themes that their songs have explored throughout their nine studio albums. In fact, the expression Soldiers of Jah Army was adopted from a song by Peter Tosh called "Recruiting Soldiers". Their latest work is Beauty in the Silence (2021), an album in which Ali Campbell (UB40), Collie Budd, Common Kings or Trevor Young (among others) collaborate with them in the noble purpose of making us reflect, to the rhythm of timeless reggae, on the loss of human contact in this era so subject to the dictates of technology.
Veteran Albert Anderson, better known as Al Anderson, was a member of Bob Marley's Wailers between 1975 and 1980, the peak of the Jamaican music legend's glory days. His guitar was essential in such legendary albums as Natty Dread (1974). That is why he decided to form The Original Wailers many years later, in 2008, together with another member of the legendary band, Junior Marvin. His curriculum alone is enough to claim his share of paternity over a brand as coveted as that of The Wailers. But he also boasts milestones such as his collaborations in some of the best albums of Ben Harper or Lauryn Hill.
At Noches del Botánico we believe that there is no age to enjoy culture, that is why all minors can access the venue regardless of their age. They must access with their corresponding ticket and accompanied by their father, mother or legal guardian.
If the age of the minor is less than 16 years old, he/she must always be accompanied by his/her father, mother or legal guardian.