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Sunday, December 20, 2020

Black Fests 2021

2021 Black Festivals  

After 2020 we need a whole year worth of breaks, and I think I have the perfect idea. Let's go festival hopping. and 2021 is jam packed full of Jam Rock Concerts and festivals that starts up when the earth wakes up in Spring, just like the ancestors used to do.

Good music has helped the whole lot of us deal with the quarantine and isolation forced on us by a deadly unseen enemy. Some of us have lost loved ones and had your lives utterly crippled by the events of this past period of despair. So, it would only be a good idea to celebrate life with live music, good friends, and maybe some good weed.

Below We have mapped out a guide to this next years festivals so you can plan accordingly.

Reggae Rise Up- Florida-03/18/2021-03/21/2021


The first weekend of the Spring equinox couldn't be greeted no fairer than with our most heavily culture influenced music of Reggae. Reggae Rise up is one of Central Florida's hottest festivals. With name brand reggae artist lighting the stage up these past 4 years, this festival has not disappointed yet and is a high recommendation.

This years Artists include Damian Marley to open up the weekend, followed by Unfortunate Youth, Protoje and more, Then Saturday, it gets even hyper as the day band Slightly Stoopid who is guaranteed to perform this years newest hit One More Night. along with Soja and The Expendables following them. Sunday End off the weekend the right day with performances by Dirty Heads and Iration as well as Katastro and Summer survivors.

Enjoy great food and fun and even though it's Florida, Enjoy Deh Good Ganja...


Reggaeville Easter Special-Berlin, Germany- 03/31/2021-04/04/2021

In the Spring animals come out of hibernating, plants start to bear fruit again and man begins to be productive again. So, it would only be right to continue celebrating its arrival with another great week of concerts that make up Reggaeville Easter Special.

Since 2015, this East European festival has been visited by some of the most prolific artists and bands in the worldwide Reggae Community. With Anthony B, Lee Perry, Junior Kelly, Tiken Jah and more this Festival has allowed some of the finest in underground to explore major moves into the mainstream.

This year expect major line up with the main attractions being Protoje and Lila Ike with more acts being booked all the time. Don't be surprised you look up and see your favorite artist chiefing with the best of them at this  major event.








LONDON INTERATIONAL SKA FESTIVAL- 04/01-04/04/2021 


London Intl Ska Festival & corona virus

 California Roots-05/27-05/30/2021 Monterey, Ca


Taking off 2013 with big acts Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, and more, this festival has always gotten the Summer kicked off right. Based out of Monterey, CA people from all over the world come together to celebrate happy living with no barriers and rules that holds you back. Find out who you really are at this party as your inhibitions melt away.

This year get ahold of Rebelution, Chronixx, Pepper, Tarrus Riley, Dean Fraser, The Movement, and more as this line up will not leave you lacking. And that's just on Friday.

Saturday you can hear "Bad Inna Bed" by Sean Paul, Hirie perform "Bonfire," and hitz off of Collie Budz Newest album  Hybrid dropped earlier this year.


POSITIVE VIBRATION 2021 - FESTIVAL OF REGGAE-06/11-12/2021


In the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool, A festival is thrown that sets the middle of the summer off like nowhere else. Newest festival starting in 2017, it was the perfect midsummer festival that after a 2 year hiatus, is back with a mean lineup:
  • Gentlemen's Dub Club
  • Hollie Cook
  • Twinkle Brothers
  • Mad Professor
  • General Levy
  • Zion Train
  • Tippa Irie
  • Horseman
  • Mungo's Hi-Fi
  • Mellow Mood
  • Soom T
  • Skarra Mucci

For more Festivals lined up for next year checkout Reggaevilles website




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