Bristol roots reggae band TALISMAN has lined up performances in Glasgow, Cornwall and Great Yarmouth in the coming months.
Upcoming shows now include:
The LEE THOMPSON SKA ORCHESTRA has announced a new show in Camden this coming January.
The London ska act will perform live on the 15 January 2016 at the Jazz Café with tickets priced at £16 in advance.
Jamaican musician and producer LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY has announced a live show in London this coming November.
The show takes place on 1 November at Under The Bridge in the capital with tickets priced at £27.50 in advance.
UK reggae singer CHRISTOPHER ELLIS will perform live at the Jazz Café in London twice in the coming weeks.
The first show called ‘25 years of Reggae’ takes place this Saturday (29 August) and features special reggae guests celebrating the venue’s 25th anniversary. Tickets are priced at £15 in advance.
Jamaican reggae legend MAX ROMEO, backed by THE CHARMAX BAND, has added a new show in Norwich to his upcoming tour of the UK.
The show takes place at the OPEN venue on 25 September with tickets priced at £18 in advance.
The tour now includes the following shows:
Jamaican reggae singer GYPTIAN has announced live shows in Manchester, Birmingham and London this winter.
The new dates are:
Bestival’s Summer of Love Bollywood takeover series will see dancefloor lunacy provided by the digital soundboy don SHY FX going back to back with special guests.
The ‘Party on the Moon’ takeover will also feature microphone control courtesy of MC STAMINA on the closing night of the festival, 13 September.
Jamaican reggae singer JUNIOR REID will drop his latest studio album, The Living Legend, on 25 August.
The new 19-track album features collaborations with SIZZLA and JULIAN MARLEY with production duties taken care of by Lynford Marshall, his son Adoney and the artist himself, among others.
The record is REID's 17th album and first in more than 10 years.
Jewish-American reggae singer MATISYAHU has re-accepted his performance slot at Spanish festival Rototom Sunsplash after being kicked out and then asked back by the organisers.
Earlier this week MATISYAHU was booted off the Rototom Sunsplash line-up after the artist failed to respond to requests to appear in a video endorsing Palestine.
The Guardian has published its latest reggae, dancehall and soca playlist featuring VYBZ KARTEL, CHRONIXX, DESTRA and more.
Erin MacLeod has selected the tracks this month which include an homage to the culture of dancehall, a reggae-dub mashup from Hackney’s RUDIMENTAL and a political rabòday track about “farters”.
Limited early bird tickets with camping priced at £125 are now on sale for Wychwood Music Festival 2016.
Wychwood, which returns for its 12th event, takes place on 3-5 June 2016 at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire.
The festival organisers have yet to confirm any acts for 2016.
Rototom Sunsplash organisers have apologised for cancelling reggae singer MATISYAHU’s performance at the festival and asked him back.
The Jewish-American singer was withdrawn from the bill after he refused to share his views on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
MATISYAHU, who said the pressure from the organisers to air his views had been “appalling and offensive”, has not confirmed whether he will accept the offer.
2Tone ska singer RHODA DAKAR will perform a Halloween special this autumn at the Jazz Café in London.
The Rhoda Dakar Sings The Bodysnatchers official album launch show takes place on 31 October at the famous London venue with tickets priced at £15 in advance.
Reggae camping festival, the One Love Festival, will now take place in Gloucestershire after the Hampshire site was deemed "not suitable" for a music festival.
Festival organisers said:
“The fear of having to evacuate 2000-3000 people from an airfield, especially following a recent plane crash, meant the local council decided not to allow the festival to proceed and deemed Popham Airfield not suitable for our Music Festival.
British reggae artist MACKA B will perform with a full live band in the Welsh capital early next year.
The gig, which features support from SUN I TAFARI, takes place on 26 February 2016 at The Globe in Cardiff.
In 2012 MACKA B put out an album called Change The World.
Limited tickets are available for Reggae Love Fest which takes place in the capital later this month.
The live show will be a celebration of UK reggae music with the MASSIVE ALL-STARS band featuring TRUE INDENTITY and starring PETER HUNNIGALE, JOHN MXLEAN and PETER SPENCE.
Jamaican reggae singer NATURE has put out a new video for latest single “Love You” ahead of his album release next month.
The track has been getting lots of airplay on BBC 1Xtra and has now started crossing over to Radio 2.
This year Tokyo Dub becomes Tokyo World featuring a wide range of dub and reggae acts across eight stages of music.
The one day festival takes place on 26 September in Eastville Park, Bristol, with tickets currently priced at £30.
Third wave ska pioneers THE TOASTERS have added new shows in Glasgow, Leicester and Manchester to their UK tour next month.
The tour now includes the following shows:
Jamaican lovers rock singer SUSAN CADOGAN has added new shows in London and Lichfield to her live schedule.
Upcoming shows, backed by bands such as SKABRETTA and NEW WAVE REGGAE BAND, now include: