Dirty Heads, Wu-Tang Clan, Marley Brothers among dozens playing ‘Cali Vibes’ fest in Downtown Long Beach

Dirty Heads, Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution and Wu-Tang Clan highlight a list of performers that are slated to perform during a three-day festival in Downtown Long Beach in February, according to an announcement from Goldenvoice.

The “Cali-Vibes 2022” festival is scheduled to run Feb. 4-6 at Marina Green Park located just east of Shoreline Village. The fest is billed as a “unique SoCal lifestyle and music festival” and will include a special performance by The Marley Brothers, who will play a special set to celebrate the 77th birthday of Bob Marley by playing his songs.

Other acts include Sublime with Rome, Sean Paul, Shaggy and Atmosphere. A full list of the festival performers can be found on the festival’s website.

Three-day general admission ticket prices start at $285 plus fees while a three-day VIP package starts at $420 plus fees. Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 15.

Festival organizers said they are donating a $1 from each ticket sold to help support its minimum commitment of $25,000 that it will donate to the Surfrider Foundation, a group dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans.

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Jason Ruiz has been covering City Hall for the Post for nearly a decade. A Long Beach resident, Ruiz graduated from Cal State Long Beach with a degree in journalism. He and his wife Kristina and, most importantly, their dog Mango, live in Long Beach. He is a particularly avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the UCLA Bruins, which is why he sometimes comes to work after the weekend in a grumpy mood.