Your favorite river-based reggae festival is back, jamming out in Humboldt this year from August 3-5. If you’re a fan of summer music festivals, you won’t want to miss this one. Here’s the lineup for the 2018 Reggae on the River. It’s gonna be irie.
Starting Friday off will be Hempress Sativa, reggae badass extraordinaire.
Dancehall reggae mastermind Busy Signal will keep the vibes going on Friday.
Jamaican rapper Cham will close it out on Friday.
The three-time-Grammy-nominated Wailing Souls will be tearing it up on Saturday — don’t miss them.
The band that came before the show will take the stage on Saturday. No Jason Batemans will be seen.
Former Black Uhuru member Don Carlos is still rocking at the ripe age of 66. Mad respect.
Kingston-born Mavado will be one of the biggest acts of the weekend. Bring your dancing pants.
The five-piece pop-reggae fusion band is a ton of fun—catch them on Saturday.
Israel Vibration, who have been rocking since the 70s, has just been added to the lineup. You’re welcome.
Hawaii-born but Santa Barbara-based reggae rockers Iration play on Sunday, for what is sure to be one of the highlights of the weekend.
The Original Wailers
Al Anderson and Junior Marvin of Bob Marley fame are still playing great music, so catch them with the Original Wailers on Sunday.
The Marley line continues with Ziggy’s son Bambaata on Sunday. Talk about a solid family line.
Alt-hip-hop group Katastro will be rocking on Sunday.
Two decades in and Morgan Heritage are still playing lively shows to a fiercely loyal following. Hit them up on Sunday.
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