Irie Magazine’s World Reggae Issue (#05-06) Available Now!

Irie Magazine's World Reggae Issue (#05-06) Available Now! 1

WORLDWIDE – June 21, 2018 – 4:20 pm IRIE™, the international reggae magazine for everything roots rock reggae music, today released its June 2018 World Reggae edition (#05.06) of IRIE™ which is our annual Sierra Nevada World Music Festival (SNWMF) takeover issue celebrating the summer solstice with roots reggae and world music in Booneville, CA. The June 2018 world reggae edition includes the complete lineup for this year’s event which celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Sierra Nevada World Music Festival features more than 35 artists performing on 2 stages, and a late-night dancehall arena. It’s a great way to kick off your summer. The festival is very “family-friendly” with an extensive array of children’s activities, including arts and crafts, bounce houses, dance & music workshops, a festival parade and family and alter-able camping. SNWMF has something to offer for children of all ages.

This year’s lineup includes: Tarrus Riley, Protoje, Jah9, Jah Sun, Queen Makedah, Kingston Rudieska, Alika & Nueva Alanza, Natty, Sampling Dub, Jah Shaka, Jah Warrior Shelter Hi Fi, Beres Hammond, Cocoa Tea, Romain Virgo, The Mighty Diamonds, Half Pint, Randy Valentine, David Hillyard & Rocksteady 7, La Misa Negra, Downbeat The Ruler, Quinto Sol, Locura, Spiritual, Viernes 13, Wayne Wade, Lior Ben-Hur, Rory Stone Love, Comanche High Power, Steel Pulse, Dread Mar I, Teddy Afro, Max Romeo, Culture with Kenyatta Hill, Nattil Rize, Kingston Rudieska, The NoMaddz, Spiritual, Alana Davis, The Soulfire Project and Downbeat The Ruler. Come celebrate with us!

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