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Family Concert Recap: The Music of Bob Marley (4/9) at Brooklyn Bowl

This Sunday, April 9th, David Langlois and the Brookliners joined us for a fun-filled afternoon at Brooklyn Bowl with the music of Bob Marley! The combination of reggae music and beautiful weather made for a perfect afternoon for a family concert.

The five piece band kicked off the show with a Bob Marley classic: “Stir It Up,” following that up with hits like “No Woman, No Cry” among others. As is tradition, the iconic rainbow parachute enveloped nearly the entire dance floor with its strikingly bright color, bringing joy and excitement to the audience with each song. If you weren’t able to experience it in person, check out the Facebook live stream below for footage of David and the band performing “Waiting in Vain.

To close out the show, front man Langlois stepped off stage and continued to perform on the dance floor alongside the mesmerised sea of little ones, and allowing them to partake in making music on the drum he set up close by. David’s family, including his wife, their little boy, and newborn baby, all emerged from the crowd to stand alongside their loved one.

Thank you to everyone who came to spend their Sunday with us at Brooklyn Bowl. The best part about Sunday funday is that it takes place every weekend, giving you countless opportunities to join in on the fun at Brooklyn Bowl. This weekend, we’ve got back to back family concerts! Don’t miss The Music of Phish with Uncle Ebenezer on Saturday, April 15th at Garcia’s. It’s sure to be an awesome start to the weekend. ( TICKETS) On Sunday, we’re hosting a Special Easter Beatles Bash at Brooklyn Bowl with the RRPH house band and special guest, Mike Messer. Even the Easter Bunny is going to make an appearance. This show is free admission with no RSVP required, so come on out!