Pato Banton to Perform at Harlow’s
Internationally known reggae music artist Pato Banton will perform at Harlow’s on Wednesday, July 21, supported by the Now Generation band. The show is scheduled to begin at 10pm and is limited to people age 21 and over.
A Pato Banton performance is a must-see event for those who enjoy music of any sort. His ability to reach out and interact with the crowd makes his shows more of an experience than a mere show. Pato Banton calls people on stage to sing with him, invites fans into the green room, and is known for his after-show prayer and acknowledgment circles where he recognizes everyone and everything that has added positively to his life.
Pato Banton’s personal story is compelling. Rising up and out of the most disadvantaged of circumstances, his hard work, passion for music, and love of people has helped him become an international music legend. His commitment to young people and community development has been the foundation of his lifelong global mission: to spread Good News and Positive Vibrations to the Now Generation. His message is one of love and happiness, and if past experience is any indication of what’s to come Wednesday night, the crowd at Harlow’s is in for an amazing treat.
The last time Pato Banton came to Sacramento, he played at Harlow’s. If it wasn’t a sell-out standing-room-only crowd, it must have been very close. A young woman got on stage and sang one of Pato’s songs so well, and with such speed and precision, that Pato himself yielded both the microphone and the stage. The depth of his humility is something not often seen in modern times.
Fans liken Pato’s charismatic performance as being like live theatre where every show is unique and audience members become active participants. He communicates with his audiences on a range of topics including current events and spiritual freedom, and he does this while keeping the vibe upbeat and fun. Pato is a freestyle reggae artist; he has no fixed set list. The direction of each show is unique and based on the feedback he receives from the audience.
Tickets for tomorrow’s show are still available for $15 online on the Harlow’s website. A supply of tickets has been set aside for door sales as well. Harlow’s is located at 2708 J Street in midtown Sacramento. For more information explore online, or call the venue at (916)-441-4693.