This weekly Monday night reggae and dub session is organised by I-Nation, a social entrepreneur, traveling book seller and one of the intellectual inspirators of the Reggae Revival Movement. It used to be held in Tivoli Gardens but is now relocated to the House of Dancehall at Cargill Avenue. 

Expect a stack of speakers, local Rastafarians, tourists, a bar, ital food and books for sale. The atmosphere is very intimate and welcoming. The concept is mostly sound systems playing roots and dub music and one or a couple of artists passing through after midnight for some live performances. Some of reggae’s biggest artists might be performing right in front of you. 



Each and every Monday night



Place to be is House of Dancehall at 6 Cargill Avenue. It's an open air concrete yard.



Check out this great compilation of artists passing through at Inner City Mondays (when it was still held in Tivoli Gardens)

I-Nation manages to attract some of Regae’s biggest artists to peform. Artists such as Kenyatta Hill, Warrior King, Max Romeo, Bugle, Bunny Wailer, Horace Andy, Queen Ifrica and Everton Blender have all performed on Inner City Mondays.

The food at the venue is great. Our favorite vegetarian patty vendor, Benji, is to be found there.

There's a JMD 500 contribution/entrance fee.

Consult Inner City Dub’s Facebook page for info on upcoming events