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Sol’Jibe to play at Bailey Creek concert

Feather Publishing
June 17, 2010

Momboosa Music Festival has announced Sol’Jibe will be the featured band at the Bailey Creek concert July 3 at the Bailey Creek Golf Course at Lake Almanor.

Blending American roots, world beat and Latin rhythms, Sol’Jibe creates a high-energy performance that leaves audiences with a strong desire to dance. The band has performed with Michael Franti, Robert Randolph and Steel Pulse, and at more than 200 festivals and shows across the United States, Mexico, Canada and Cuba. Sol’Jibe was a headlining band for last year’s Momboosa Music Festival and has been one of the most popular bands from the Reno area for the past three years.

Tickets to the Bailey Creek concert are available online at momboosamusic.com, where tickets to the Festival July 17 are also available. For more information, visit the website or call Jess or Neil Horning at (775) 851-4444.

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