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Published on April 15, 2024
Marley Brothers Unite for "The Legacy Tour", Celebrate Bob Marley's Musical Heritage in Phoenix and BeyondSource: Facebook/Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

The Marley Brothers are set to embark on a musical journey that honors their father's towering legacy in reggae music. Ziggy, Stephen, Julian, Ky-Mani, and Damian Marley will be stopping at Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre on September 12 as part of "The Marley Brothers: The Legacy Tour". This tour, which features a 22-date run starting this September, marks a poignant reunion for Bob Marley's progeny.

According to ABC15, the Marley Brothers will be playing both their own individual hits as well as their father’s classics during this tour. Their individual achievements include several Grammys, with Julian Marley bagging the Best Reggae Album at the 2024 ceremony. This collective powerhouse is reuniting on stage for the first time in two decades, offering fans an unprecedented opportunity to experience the Marley's musical heritage live.

Presale tickets go on sale April 16, with general admission following on April 19, according to ABC15. The tour kicks off on Sept. 5 in Vancouver, before winding down on Oct. 5 in Miami. As the world prepares to celebrate what would have been the reggae legend’s 80th birthday in 2025, "The Legacy Tour" stands as a vibrant homage to Bob Marley's lifelong work spreading messages of peace and unity through music.

Meanwhile, Bob Marley's influence continues to resonate globally. "Bob Marley: One Love," a biographical drama about the artist’s life, has started rolling out expanded screenings starting April 20. Kingsley Ben-Adir stars as Bob Marley in the biopic which has struck a chord at the box office, earning more than $175 million worldwide. As reported by KTAR, the film debuted at number one and rides the wave of ongoing celebrations, including the 40th anniversary of Marley's hit compilation album "Legend" – the best-selling reggae album of all time.

Amidst this resurgence of Marley mania, the brothers' upcoming tour is anticipated to be a crowning event, showcasing the enduring power of their father's musical oeuvre. In a heart-wrenching remembrance, Ziggy Marley wrote of his father, "I miss everything [about you], but mainly your presence," a sentiment shared by fans and family alike as they keep the reggae icon's spirit alive through song and story.