What’s Up at Reggae? Watch It Live Here
Reggae on the River begins tomorrow at French’s Camp. Music will pour forth and happy folks will dance in the new grass bowl through Sunday. Can’t go? Don’t worry. We’ll be carrying this fundraiser for the Mateel Community Center live. Just click the video screen below once the festivities begin on Thursday. Opening ceremony is at 3:45 p.m.
Below is a schedule of who is playing on what day. If that makes you want to go, then click here to pick up your tickets.
Press release from the Mateel Community Center below:
On the weekend of Thursday, August 4 thru Sunday, August 7, the Mateel Community Center will call fans from around the globe to gather on the banks of the majestic Eel River for the 32nd annual Reggae On The River. One of the most iconic festival experiences on the planet, the 2016 edition will continue the incredible ROTR legacy and every day offers a diverse array of the best in reggae and world music.
A giant Thursday will kick off the festivities for the exclusive enjoyment of 4-day and Ambassador ticket holders for the biggest ROTR early arrival event ever! It will feature Protoje & The Indiggnation, New Kingston, Jah Sun, Lion D, Raphael, Dubtonic Kru, Newen Afrobeat, 7th Generation Rise and an acoustic set by Democratoz.
Friday will welcome 3-day, main event ticket holders and offers highly anticipated sets by Soul Syndicate featuring Mad Professor with Big Youth, U-Roy, Randy Valentine, Marty Dread and Earl Zero; Jah9 & The Dub Treatment; Gappy Ranks; Democratoz; Meleku; and The Dubba Dubs.
Saturday will bring the fire with Sizzla Kalonji & The Fire House Band, King Yellowman, Million Stylez, Ziggi Recado, Fatoumata Diawara, House Of Shem, No Maddz, Locos Por Juana, and Bayonics.
And Sunday will close things out with Anthony B, Mbongwana Star, Jesse Royal, Keznamdi, Sister Carol, Mr Williamz, Addis Pablo, and The I-Deals.
Also featured throughout the weekend will be top DJs/ Sound Systems, and hot guest artists like Keida, Fyakin, Nature, Prince Levy and Rocker-T, plus more than 60 vending/ non-profit booths, a lively KidLandia, and the camping, community, and irie vibes that made Reggae On The River famous.
3 and 4-day tickets are still available- plus the Ambassador Pass for unprecedented perks and access. Tickets are moving fast though- as are RV spaces- so don’t delay in making your plans. And if you crave some extra comfort while tent camping, consider making a reservation in the new Premier Campground, which offers grassy and mixed shade camping with direct access to the concert bowl.
Visit the festival website for all the info and start gearing up for your Reggae On The River pilgrimage today. It’s happening August 4-7 at French’s Camp, in Garberville, CA- heart of the Emerald Triangle- and your destination for a higher vibration! http://www.reggaeontheriver.com