16,000 under 13s, 5,200 over 65s and 4,700 people with disabilities enjoyed a line-up featuring more than 377 cultural activities, an average of 55 per day
Reggae from Tarrus and Mighty Diamonds, dancehall from Konshens, and Cuban rappers Orishas bring the 25th edition to a close
A giant batucada parade took a lap of the festival until they arrived at the Main Stage forming a giant heart at Rototom, in form of its motivation; the festival goers
Ras Flako takes to the Reggae Univesity to speak about the reality of the elders of the Rastafari Community in Jamaica
Music from bands of different nationalities that entertained the crowd and piqued their curiosity
Global reggae is Tuesday’s flavour – including a special Italian showcase
Migthy Diamonds, Konshens, Tarrus Riley and Orishas in the program of the closure of the festival at the Main Stage.
The producer returns to the Reggae University to speak with top industry insiders
The Rototom area dedicated to the African continent can boast of frenetic activity. We dance and we get to know the African fashion
Africa, America, Asia and Europe meet at Rototom through its culinary offerings along with live cooking shows
Influences in the natural expression of sound
Beres Hammond and a stunning set from Protoje add to a memorable Monday
Vladimir, a young Russian reggae lover, pays tribute to his deceased friend, with whom he always dreamed of traveling to the festival, in the artistic space of the Rototom Sunsplash
115 members of La Garrofera enjoy our festival in a day were there is a special treat for the unemployed people.
At the Lion Stage, the new roots sensation Samory I and the encounter in a dub style between Alborosie and King Jammy at the Dub Academy.