Dub reggae alchemist Lee 'Scratch' Perry returns to Orlando in February

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He last graced the City Beautiful with his otherworldly presence in early 2018, playing Super Ape from start to finish for a packed house at the Social, and now outsider reggae legend Lee "Scratch" Perry is returning next month as part of a Florida (!) tour.

Perry closed out 2019 in style with the release of his dream-team collaboration with Adrian Sherwood and Brian Eno, "Here Come the Warm Dreads."



Lee "Scratch" Perry headlines the Social on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here.


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