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African Village takes the floor for African roots

13 August, 2017

The House of the Word is the name of the new space in Rototom Sunsplash decicated to making the reality of the African diaspora and Afro-descendent collectives visible.

Steel Pulse and the Ethnopia Reggae Ambassadors go back to their roots at the Reggae University

12 August, 2017

The UK reggae pioneers and the rising stars of Ethiopia’s reggae scene find common ground in message and music.

Magicomundo got involved with the chorus of ‘Yo Soy Ratón’

12 August, 2017

Manu Rubio, the voice of this project, that gets the public fascinated with its ‘music for children, that is fit for adults’

Rototom Sunsplash ‘wakes up’ with the world premiere of the documentary of the filmmaker Ángel Loza

12 August, 2017

Well-known reggae protagonists reflect on how the world could be changed in a documentary based around the 2011 edition

African mythology, protagonist of MagicoMundo

12 August, 2017

The children have met the tales of Mamy Wata and later they have painted about it with batik tecnique.

New Kingston replaces Sinsémilia this Monday 14th on the Main Stage

12 August, 2017

The French band apologises for their absence from the festival due to personal reasons.

The British band Steel Pulse starts Celebrating Africa tonight

11 August, 2017

The jamaican, based in United Kingdom, Twinkle Brothers, the La Pegatina latin ska and Nkulee Dube, daughter of the Sudafrican reggae legend Lucky Dube, form part of the Main Stage Line-up on the first day at Rototom Sunsplash

The project Ethnopia kicks off tonight on the lion stage.

11 August, 2017

Some of the leading Ethiopian reggae musicians and artists are delivering two specials concerts during the festival, the first of which is taking place early this morning at 4:00.

‘Celebrating Africa’: We take off!

11 August, 2017

The countdown for one of our most intercultural edition starts with the opening of the ticket office.

The Social Forum confirms the participation of the Nobel Peace Laureate Mohamed Ben Cheikh

11 August, 2017

One of the members of the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 for mediating in the country’s democratic transition.

‘The Africas of Africa’ with Youssou N’DOUR at the Social Forum

11 August, 2017

The area dedicated to debates will analyse the cultural diversity in the continent and what elements it has in common, such as the importance of the oral tradition, from 14th to 16th August.

A journey through the history of reggae thanks to the lense of Adrian Boot

11 August, 2017

The British photographer, author of the most iconic Bob Marley photographs, exhibits in Rototom Sunsplash ‘Reggae, the Africa Connection’

24* ROTOTOM SUNSPLASH | 12 – 19 Agosto 2017 Benicàssim – España.
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