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List of reggae festivals

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List of reggae festivals
2013-08-23 Stage at Chiemsee Reggae Summer '13 BT0A1563.jpg
General Information
Related genresReggae, jazz, ska, dancehall, dub, hip hop, ragga, reggae fusion
LocationJamaica (origin), worldwide
Related eventsCategory:Reggae festivals, list of music festivals, free festival, rock festival, electronic music festival, jam band music festival

This is a list of notable reggae festivals by country. This list may have some overlap with list of jam band music festivals. Reggae festivals may include classic reggae and related or derivative genres such as ska, dancehall, dub, hip hop, ragga, reggae fusion, and drum and bass. Reggae originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s, influenced by Rastafarian culture, Jamaican dance music, traditional mento and calypso music, as well as American jazz and rhythm and blues, and evolved out of the earlier genres ska and rocksteady. By the 1970s, large festivals in Jamaica were being held featuring notable reggae bands, and the Wonder Dream Concert in 1975 in Jamaica was one of the first internationally noted festivals to focus on reggae. In 1979 Reggae Geel became the first reggae festival in Europe, and these concerts soon spread to other locales, becoming popular in regions such as Northern California. With the introduction of the electronic reggae genre ragga in the 1980s, reggae began to be featured at electronic music festivals as well.

Festivals by region

Africa

Gambia West Africa

Gambia Cultural Reggae Festival, The Hamlet, Gunjur, Medina Salam

South Africa

Reggae Ark Festival, Mamelodi, Pretoria

Mauritius

Festival Reggae Donn Sa

Nigerian

Roaring thunder concert

Kenya

Shashamane International Sepetuka

Mozambique

Maputo Reggae Slam

North America

Canada

Jamaica

Antigua

Reggae in the Park, Nelson's Dockyard, English Harbour

United States

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

South America

Paraguay

Colombia

  • Jamming Festival, Bogota, Cundinamarca

Chile

Brazil

  • Maranhão Roots Reggae Festival, São luis, Maranhão

Asia

India

  • Goa SunSplash, Goa

Korea

Indonesia

  • Indonesia Reggae Festival, Jakarta
  • Bali Reggae Star Festival, Bali
  • Mari Berdanska Festival, Bandung

Philippines

Sri Lanka

Europe

Austria

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Una Riversplash, Bihać

Bulgaria

  • Big Big Summer Reggae Party

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

France

  • Garance Reggae Festival, Bagnols-Sur-Cèze
  • No Logo Festival
  • Reggae Sun Ska, Pauillac
  • Verjux Saone System, Verjux
  • Ida y vuelta - festival, Perpignan
  • LA FEE ESTIVAL - festival, Chatelneuf Jura

Germany

Italy

Lebanon

  • Kul=Cha Reggae Festival, Amchit

Montenegro

  • MontenegroSun ReggaeFest, Petrovac, Budva

The Netherlands

Poland

Portugal

Serbia

  • Reggae Serbia Fest, Pančevo[2]

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

  • Lakesplash, Twann BE
  • Reeds Reggae Festival, Pfäffikon ZH
  • Enter the Dancehall Festival, Rote Fabrik, ZH

Turkey

  • Unite in Paradise Reggae Festival, Olympos

United Kingdom

Middle East

Israel

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See also

Related lists

Related categories

References

External links

This page was last edited on 18 April 2019, at 01:20
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