Rototom and Exodus’ ‘Dialogues without borders’ cycle makes a geographical leap to Valencia with a session on the binomial religions and peace

Representatives of the Buddhist, Baha'i, Muslim, Christian, Hebrew and Hindu communities will share the contributions of their faiths to peace in a free session moderated by the Movement Against Intolerance on Friday, January 26 (6:30 p.m.) at La Nau (Valencia). The initiative exports and reinforces the essence of the reggae...

We begin our world tour of launch parties.

15 destinations. Six countries with a transoceanic jump to Colombia included. A planetary tour that will unite in a margin of just three months 15 cities in Europe and America with the Rototom vibe by the hand of more than 30 artists on the bill and the support of local...

Rototom Sunsplash bids farewell to ‘We must change the world’ this evening after more than 180 concerts and sessions, as well as 182 extra-musical activities.

Our closing day welcomes the Jamaican legend Burning Spear today, who will be accompanied on the Main Stage by the Rasta messenger Luciano, Africa Unite from Italy and the Spaniards Iseo&Dodosound. In one week, we have totalled 388 hours of music and 204 hours of conferences, workshops, debates and other...

An afrobeat opening with Nigeria’s Davido

The line-up for the Main Stage this Saturday, 20th August, will be completed by the legendary Horace Andy, the Jamaican Hempress Sativa, an exponent of the new reggae scene, as well as the Italian-Spanish tandem Mellow Mood-Emeterians. The Social Forum begins its session with the goal of peace and journalistic...

Party number four, with which the Rototom Sunsplash reaches its equator this friday, has also been characterized by being under the banner of the great eclecticism that exists between the different subgenres of reggae.

The worthy replacement of Black Uhuru, who dropped out of the line-up after the cancellation of their European tour, was one of the most eccentric characters in Jamaican music. Eek-A-Mouse, the ideal personification of the madness and excess of the Jamaican dancehall from the 80s and 90s.

Assistance Center

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