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Things you should know before attending a reggae music show: Bob Marley is dead, and "spliff" means herb (or, for those of us who smoke, it's also synonymous with "yummy"). That said, you should be all set for the Fifth Annual Fort Worth Legends of Rasta Reggae Festival on Saturday from noon to 11 p.m. Among those performing are Mighty Fist of Dread, New Horizon Reggae Band, Kenyah, Watusi, Dubtex and more. The festival will be held at the Trinity Park Shelter House at West Seventh Street and Trinity Park Drive. Admission is $8 in advance and $10 on the day of the show. Couples are admitted for $15 at the gate. Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster outlets by calling 214-373-8000 or visiting www.ticketmaster.com. --John Gonzalez


Rock Me, Amadeus
Mimir takes a bow

Want to rock out to some hard-core chamber music? Well, the Sixth Annual Mimir Chamber Music Festival is the place to be for you classical gurus. The festival runs July 7 through July 18, and guest artists present six different musical performances every evening. All performances are at the PepsiCo Recital Hall at Texas Christian University. General admission is $15, and seniors and students are admitted for $10. Call 817-257-6628 or visit www.mimirfestival.org. --Mary Monigold

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