The first major line-up release for the 2013 Boomtown Fair can now be revealed, including TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS, RICHIE SPICE, COLLIE BUDDZ and the NEW KINGSTON BAND along with Jamaican music pioneer LEE “SCRATCH” PERRY.
Capacity is limited due to the set-up of the show, including four sound systems, and tickets cost just £5.
The full information and artist line-up can now be revealed for the 2gether As One festival in Bristol after the St Pauls Carnival was scrapped last month.
The carnival alternative takes place on 7 July (the weekend the carnival was due to be held) from 2pm until 6am the following day across eight clubs in Stokes Croft.
Jamaican singer DAWN PENN performed at the Brixton Jamm in London last night (5 April) to a packed house, kicking off the Easter bank holiday weekend in style.
Watch fan-filmed video footage of her 1967 rocksteady hit “You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)” below.
The March podcast from ReggaeChapter.com is now available featuring the latest in reggae, dancehall, dub and jungle coming out of Jamaica and the UK.
Jamaican singing legend DAWN PENN has lined up a bank holiday performance at the Brixton Jamm in London.
The rocksteady artist will be playing alongside DJ DON LETTS, BUGGSY and DEADLY HUNTA, among many others on 5 April.