Last night, Damian Marley, the youngest son of reggae legend Bob Marley, performed in Rishon LeZion, just south of Tel Aviv. The concert looked like it was a blast, too, especially when Marley paid tribute to his father with a (seemingly sped-up) rendition of “Could You Be Loved,” a completely lovable jam. The tickets cost about $70. During the performance, an image of the elder Marley was shown on a screen behind the younger one; next to him, a man held up the Rastafarian flag. Elsewhere in the crowd, a Jamaican flag is waved. And, based on the random puffs of smoke that rose from the audience, things were blazed. Right on.

And earlier, Marley visited the Western Wall (look at those incredible, ankle-length dreads!):

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