Rototom’s green and musical universe turns with 202,000 attendees from 76 countries and was streamed live worldwide to 7 million people
Almost 300 activities sealed the cultural side of the festival. This year’s edition was enjoyed by 11,000 kids under 13; 3,400 over-65s and 3,800 people with disabilities
The final day of Rototom commemorates 40 years of the film Rockers and 10 years of the festival in Spain
The cast of the ultimate reggae movie put on a lively show, while Green Valley and Friends reflect on Spanish reggae’s incredible journey.
Rototom celebrates Reggae, Dancehall, Cumbia and Mento
The Main Stage hosts Jamaican singing groups from the 40s, 70s and 90s, with enormous rhythmic diversity on offer throughout the festival.
Rototom begins by welcoming reggae legends across generations
Abyssinians celebrate 50 years, Chronixx delivers his greatest Main Stage appearance yet, Lila Iké and Eva Lazarus burn with friendly fire.
The house of ‘rasta livity’ at Rototm
Rasta spirituality, culture and history has its own house at the reggae festival. House of Rastafari is a meeting place that promotes the rastafari movement with its own programming and a community made up of rastafari from all over the world such as Ras Julio.