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Reggae On The River 2015 Line-up

Reggae On The River 2015 Line-up

Reggae On The River 2015 Line-up

By Karl Pearson on Monday, May 18, 2015 - Comment

Donate, chillout & take in the sounds from the line-up announced thus far.

Reggae on the River 2015Reggae On The River the non-profit festival that acts as the primary fundraiser for the local Mateel Community Center, is this year extending its services to the people of West Africa, namely the rural community of Zao in Burkina Faso, as well as other destinations around the globe by asking people to donate old tools, bikes, sewing machines, etc. for their Tools For Change program. Organisers said “The response so far has been so incredible that we've already collected a full container of tools and are now seeking funds to help with shipping costs.

So if you have something that is lying around and collecting dust that you feel may be useful to other people take it along to the festival at French’s Camp, Humboldt County, California from 30th July to 2nd August and chillout by the river while taking in the sounds of the following line-up that has been announced thus far:

  • Stephen "Ragga" Marley
  • Cham
  • Alborosie & The Shengen Clan
  • Tarrus Riley & Blak Soil
  • Protoje & The Indiggnation
  • CeCile
  • Collie Buddz
  • Nahko and Medicine For The People
  • Ghetto Youths International featuring Jo Mersa, Christopher Ellis, Black-Am-I & Wayne Marshall
  • Emmanuel Jal
  • The Congos
  • Katchafire
  • Stick Figure
  • Exco Levi
  • Alerta Kamarada
  • Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba
  • Aaradhna
  • Inna Vision
  • Lior Ben-Hur
  • Empress Unification withThe Fyah Squad Band
  • Reggae Angels
  • Juce

Plus... "Early Bird" 4 Day Pass Holders will enjoy exclusive Thursday performances by:

  • King Jammys
  • Fortunate Youth
  • Mr.Williamz
  • Hirie
  • Solution
  • Pyrx Band
  • Irie Fuse
  • Iya Terra

Visit for more information on the festival itself and if you'd like to support/donate you can also find links to their GoFundMe campaign page.

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others” - Mahatma Gandhi

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