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Written by Abi Thomas, The Northern Advocate   
Thursday, 20 March 2008

START shaking those dreadlocks - the sounds of Jamaica are coming to the Northland coast.

Music festival One Drop Beats All is set to rock Ngunguru on March 29 with a variety of reggae bands, organiser Wiremu Puriri says.

Mr Puriri, a lawyer and musician, said he was keen to bring some established bands to "the coast" to give the public a fun day out. "It'll be a real family day. We hope families will come along and enjoy themselves."

Music will start about noon and continue until 8pm, or whenever it gets dark. With music continuing for about eight hours in the grounds of Ngunguru School, families can bring a picnic or eat at the food stalls, and come and go as they please.

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