Reggae Land Grows in 2023 To The Milton Keynes National Bowl

The UK Festival Award ‘Best New Festival’ Shortlisted Reggae Land 2023 is set to be bigger and better as it moves to the legendary Milton Keynes National Bowl. Taking place on 5th and 6th August there will be a heavyweight lineup of artists from across the reggae and dub spectrum with both red-hot new stars, enduring pioneers and plenty of legends all playing in a family-friendly and authentic Caribbean wonderland. Tickets are on sale Friday November 4th via Skiddle.

After its unrivalled 2022 success, organisers say that it made sense to supersize the festival which has now outgrown its original venue. As such, this year’s celebration of all things reggae moves to The Milton Keynes National Bowl which has been the site of many magical moments in musical history from the 80s onwards. The likes of Queen, David Bowie, Metallica, Dizzie Rascal and Foo Fighters have all played epic shows there and now Reggae Land becomes part of the illustrious story.

There is no other experience as authentic as Reggae Land. Over two days it offers 50 artists over four stages which will cover the very best in dub, reggae and dancehall. But also there is so much more than music. There will be a Reggae Flea market, a fairground, an entire Carnival Float stage along with dancers, VIP zone, festival merchandise, mouthwatering Caribbean Food Village as well as plenty of drinks in the Rum Shacks, Gin Bars and Caribbean cocktail bars.