One of the more recognizable sons of reggae icon Bob Marley, Ziggy just released his seventh solo album, “Rebellion Rises,” which attempts to put a positive spin on rising divisions across the world by relying on the healing vibrations of reggae music. Marley has noted in recent interviews that he’s in the early stages of working on a movie about his famous father: Who better to play him? Also on the bill is the legendary roots-reggae act from the Handsworth area of Birmingham, England, Steel Pulse, whose 1982 album “True Democracy” still is one of the most danceable political albums ever. Gates open at 5 p.m. The show starts at 6 p.m. $17-$99. innsbrookafterhours.com.