At the Montego Bay Aqueduct on September 3-4, 2016, the High Vibes Roots & Reggae Festival will be presented, providing patrons with a legendary lineup of artistes while paying homage to Rastafarian culture as well as the role and the influence of cannabis in Jamaica.
This inaugural event is truly the first festival of its kind in Jamaica and is set to unite a worldwide audience. Get your tickets at highvibesja.com and read our round up of news discussing this exciting celebration that follows the long-awaited Canex Jamaica.
Anticipation Intensifies For High Vibes Roots Reggae Festival
“Ky-Mani is the son of the King of Reggae. The reggae and rap artiste has also carved his niche as an actor starring in the 2002 cult classic, Shottas. He will bring his musical skill set to the event in a performance not seen often on Jamaican soil.” – Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Rick Ross to Visit Jamaica, Perform in Montego Bay 2016
Scratch Perry, Rick Ross for High Vibes Roots and Reggae Festival
“Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry is one of the pioneers of dub music and has produced for artistes like Junior Byles, The Heptones, Max Romeo, and Bob Marley and the Wailers. The 80-year-old musical maestro, known for his innovative musical techniques, won a Grammy for Best Reggae Album in 2003 and the following year was named as one of the greatest artistes of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine.” – Source: Yard Flex
High Vibes Roots & Reggae Festival, a Sizzling Cultural Showcase for Cannabis Conference & Expo
“Patrons will have the chance to experience the heart and soul of reggae music while learning about the pivotal role that cannabis has played in the birth of the Rastafarian religion and lifestyle in Jamaica.” – Source: South Florida Caribbean News
Beenie Man Set For High Vibes Roots And Reggae Festival
“I will be bringing high energy and hit after hit for the fans. Everyone can look forward to some good vibes at the High Vibes Roots and Reggae Festival.” – Beenie Man. – Source: Jamaica Gleaner