Calgary enjoy sounds of Caribbean with ReggaeFest 2017 this weekend

Aug 17 2017, 8:32 pm

Are you a Rastagarian? If you’re not already, you will be after this weekend.

ReggaeFest 2017 will bring laid back rhythms and island spices to Calgary August 18 and 19.

The music festival, which will take place at Shaw Millennium Park, aims to promote reggae music and Caribbean culture.

Friday Mainstage Performers

  • Aktivate (Calgary),
  • Kirk Diamond (Saskatoon),
  • Ms. Paige (Toronto),
  • Pressure Busspipe (US Virgin Islands),
  • Steele (Toronto)

Saturday Mainstage Performers

  • Al-beeno (Toronto),
  • Antidoping (Mexico),
  • Etana (Jamaica),
  • Louie Culture (Jamaica),
  • Lyndon John X (Toronto),
  • Mad Riddim with Jason Wilson (Vancouver),
  • Natural Fyah (Toronto),
  • Oral Fuentes (Saskatoon),
  • PowerHouze Band (Calgary)

Other attractions include a Village Brewery beer garden, food trucks, and on Saturday afternoon, there’ll be a Kidz Zone, offering face painting, crafts and games.

Festival entrance is at the NE corner of Shaw Millennium Park.

ReggaeFest 2017

Where: Shaw Millennium Park – 1220 9th Avenue SW

When: Friday, August 18, from 4 to 10 pm, and Saturday, August 19, from 12 to 10:30 pm

Tickets: Can purchase online, $35 for weekend pass in advance; $45 at gate

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