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THE HARDER THEY COME PREMIERES EXCLUSIVELY AT THE ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER

07/31/09

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THE HARDER THEY COME PREMIERES EXCLUSIVELY AT THE ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER

Don't miss the summer's biggest reggae event, THE HARDER THEY COME, playing at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County. Making its only stop in the United States, THE HARDER THEY COME is playing from August 29 until September 13 at the Sanford and Dolores Ziff Ballet Opera House. Hailed by Time Out as “a real thrill…the band is tight, the clothes are right – it’s a sure-fire smash hit,” THE HARDER THEY COME features a cast of 16 Jamaican-born performers and tells the story of young singer Ivanhoe Martin (played by Rolan Bell) as he arrives in Kingston, Jamaica with dreams of becoming a reggae star.

Come and experience the musical based on the cult 1970s film that transformed reggae music and singer Jimmy Cliff into international sensations!

Tickets for THE HARDER THEY COME are on sale now. Single ticket prices range from $50 and $95 and can be purchased through the Adrienne Arsht Center box office at 305.949.6722 or online at www.arshtcenter.org. For information on group sales, please call 786.468.2326.

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