Reggae singer Mike Love to perform Feb. 27 in Omak

Mike Love’s music draws his listeners in with his unique style and lyrical journey. Submitted Photo

OMAK - Reggae singer Mike Love will perform at the Omak PAC February 24 at 7 p.m. His unique style and message based music has entertained thousands around the world. He performed five nights a week on the U.S. east coast last summer and performed to a sold out audience of 30,000 in South America this November.

Mike Love’s music draws his listeners in with his unique style and lyrical journey.  His sound is rooted in the message-based music of reggae and Rastafari, fusing progressive and classic rock, soul, blues, jazz, flamenco, classical and more.

Reviewers rave. Jenni Lynne of writes: “The ever-present and spiritual Mike Love took to the stage. I was hooked on his eccentric music style, emphasizing raw truth in his lyrics that spoke directly to my heart.” Steve Roby of says: “Hawaiian born reggae guitarist Mike Love has built a reputation as a musician who creates positive music. Some fans say it actually touches, heals and connects spiritually with them..”

Mike says, “ I am very excited to announce that I will be playing at the Performing Arts Center in Omak, on Friday, February 24. My wife grew up in this area and we have been spending summers there since we met and fell in Love 18 years ago. This will be a very special show for me with lots of family and friends in attendance. Kendra’s grandfather was on the original board at the inception of the OPAC. I’m very honored to be performing there. Tickets are available at''

Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for students. Children four and under are free. Thickets are available at Rawsons in Okanogan, Kelley Connect in Omak, Tonasket Interiors and online at


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