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Popular Reggae Band ‘Dirty Heads’ to Host Free Seaside Heights Beach Concert

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Dirty Heads perform in St. Louis in 2017. (Credit: Dirty Heads/ Facebook)
Dirty Heads perform in St. Louis in 2017. (Credit: Dirty Heads/ Facebook)

Seaside Heights will host reggae group Dirty Heads this summer, the latest concert to be announced by tourism officials.

The concert, which is being sponsored by Monster energy drink, will be held Sunday, July 22 at 7:30 p.m. on the main beach stage near Casino Pier. The concert is free to anyone who comes with an empty can of Monster ready to be recycled. One admission per can, organizers say, and those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Dirty Heads are one of the most popular reggae bands in the nation, hailing from Huntington Beach, Calif. Their latest album, Swim Team, was released in Oct. 2017. The group’s music combined reggae with hip-hop and rock influences.

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