Reggae Retro presents
the 187th Edition

Saturday July 1st '17

*** New Location This Saturday ***
635 Sackett St (4th/3rd)
(1 Block Over from Old Location)

1990's vs 2000's
~ Part II ~

DJ Jase battles longtime friend DJ Silence in another return clash!

DJ Silence & DJ Jase

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Hypeman Guidance

Park Slope, Brooklyn

635 Sackett St
(between 4th Ave & 3rd Ave)

Upcoming Reggae Retro Events - 2017

January 7th - Reggae Retro celebrates 15 Years

February 4th - Bob Marley vs Dennis Brown; 2 Birthdays Collide!

March 1st - Women's History Month

April 1st - Jah Cure, A Tribute to the music

May 6th - Jacob Miller

June 3rd - Gregory Isaacs

July 1st - The Clash: 1990's vs 2000's [Part II]

August 5th - Jamaica Independence Celebration

September 2nd - Everything Goes! Labor Day Weekend Celebration!

October 7th - Ladies Night

November 4th - New Reggae Classics

December 2nd - Free Buju Banton

Reggae Retro. Photo by Niya Bascom

The OFFICIAL 1st SATURDAYS dance party
Reggae Retro

DJ Jase & DJ Silence

Hypeman Guidance

performance & art space

635 Sackett St
Between 4th Ave & 3rd Ave
Park Slope, Brooklyn

"the longest running, biggest and best reggae dance in New York City"
Get There Early!
*** Warning: beware of imitations and imitators ***

***New - Admission Prices Reduced***
(You asked for it. We Delivered)
Doors Open: 10:00 pm
Get there early!

This once a month event has become a staple on the NYC reggae scene.
Since it's early roots at the dawn of the new millennium circa January 2002, Reggae Retro
has become
the most anticipated underground reggae event each month.
Reggae Retro is
known as "the dance party that is in the forefront of
the keeping roots & culture music in the dancehalls."

*** Warning: beware of imitations and imitators ***

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Info: Call 718-930-1316

Support the Movement...

Get There Early!
Tell a friend and bring a friend!

No Smoking Please
21 & Over 
ID Required
Coat Check is required

Info: Call
Email: info @

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Niya Bascom Photography