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This year, the best option for anyone considering the reggae fest might be to get a weekend pass. Such is the power of the line-up over the three days, August 26, 27 and 28.
With the irrepressible Cocoa Tea on the bill, Friday night is a must for reggae lovers. Ammoye, Mel Dube and Chelsea Stewart will support him.
Then Saturday night, dancehall and soca fans will run amok in the presence of Movado, Vershon, Elephant Man, Spragga Benz, Sielle, Romie Se7en, 2i and coming directly from T&T, Olatunji.
No music loving Montrealer should miss the Sunday line-up with some of reggae’s best, including: Barrington Levy, Sanchez, Romain Virgo, Jahmiel, Charlie Chaplin, Brigadier Jerry, Josey Wales, Kaisha Lee and Montreal’s Vernon Maytone, one of reggae’s biggest icons.
In addition to the non-stop music, the festival offers a weekend of leisure with food, arts and crafts, and other activities for the entire family, at the Old Port of Montreal. Tickets online at or at one of our fine retail outlets. SWAG CITY 514-735-5782, GHOST COIFFURE 514-731-6342, 5 STAR INC 450-691-7776, NICKEY”S CUTS 514-625-3242, MARCHE COLONNADE 514-624-7689, EXCLUSIVE STYLES 514-227-5633, IMPROVED KUTZ 514-334-0666, MAWGA K 514-377-3473, NICHOLE 514-706-0309, PAVIE 514-625-3242. In Toronto CLASS ONE RECORDS 416-208-0292 and  PLAY DE RECORDS 416-586-0380. In Ottawa FISHY TROPICAL GRILL 613-746-5600.