Fri Apr 12 2019

10:00 PM

Rebel

11 Polson Street Toronto, ON M5A1A4

Ages 19+

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Doors: 10:00pm
This is a LEGAL AGE 19+ event.  Valid photo ID required.

The Rebel venue box office is open only on event days, 1 hour prior to door time.  No advance will call.  

For more venue information please visit 
https://rebeltoronto.com/info

For booth and bottle service inquiries please visit:
https://rebeltoronto.com/bottleservice/

Alkaline
Earlan Bartley (born December 19, 1993), better known as Alkaline, is a Jamaican dancehall musician. Bartley is from Sandy Park which is located in St. Andrew in the Kingston 6 area he attended Ardenne High School and studied media and communication at the University of the West Indies.

In March 2016, Alkaline's debut album, New Level Unlocked, was released by DJ Frass Records, going on to top the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart in April, making him the first dancehall deejay to have a number one album on the chart for five years. He had hit singles in Jamaica that year with "Champion Boy".

THE 6 LIFESTYLE
ALKALINE LIVE

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Alkaline

    Alkaline

    Dancehall Reggae

THE 6 LIFESTYLE

ALKALINE LIVE

Fri Apr 12 2019 10:00 PM

Rebel Toronto ON
ALKALINE LIVE
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 19+

Doors: 10:00pm
This is a LEGAL AGE 19+ event.  Valid photo ID required.

The Rebel venue box office is open only on event days, 1 hour prior to door time.  No advance will call.  

For more venue information please visit 
https://rebeltoronto.com/info

For booth and bottle service inquiries please visit:
https://rebeltoronto.com/bottleservice/

Alkaline
Earlan Bartley (born December 19, 1993), better known as Alkaline, is a Jamaican dancehall musician. Bartley is from Sandy Park which is located in St. Andrew in the Kingston 6 area he attended Ardenne High School and studied media and communication at the University of the West Indies.

In March 2016, Alkaline's debut album, New Level Unlocked, was released by DJ Frass Records, going on to top the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart in April, making him the first dancehall deejay to have a number one album on the chart for five years. He had hit singles in Jamaica that year with "Champion Boy".
Alkaline

Alkaline

Dancehall Reggae