Reggae Land Grows Into MK Bowl

After last year’s extension to a weekend event, Reggae Land, shortlisted in 3 categories at last year’s UK Festival Awards, will move to The National Bowl an Milton Keynes, raising capacity to 30,000. With 80 artists over 4 stages, The final line-up includes a mouthwatering mix of reggae icons past, present and future with every facet of the genre showcased by the best in the scene.

As well as the music, 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 from more than 50 carefully curated food outlets will add to the visitor experience.

The line-up brims with talent from the sounds of global chart topper Sean Paul to next level beatboxer Beenie Man, pioneering jungle man Shy FX, the reggae boffin that is David Rodigan, Reggae legends Barrington Levy, Alborosie, Mr Vegas,  iconic vocalists Steel Pulse, Tarrus Riley, Junior Marvin & The Legendary Wailers, dub kings like Mad Professor, Channel One, King Tubby’s Sound System, Mungo’s HiFi, Trojan Sound System, Grammy award winner Kabaka Pyramid and so much more!

The always raucous Dub Pistols play one of their famous live shows, Massive Attack and The Wild Bunch man Daddy G pairs off for a special versus set with Dj, director and musician Don Letts, with plenty more from Protoje, Steel Pulse, General Levy, Desmond Decker’s Aces, Macka B & The Roots Ragga Band, Congo Natty, Iration Steppas and so much more!

Promoters, JBM Music claim that Reggae Land will set a new standard for reggae events in the UK.