A Spanish band were in charge of opening another night at Rototom’s Showcase stage. Hailing from Alicante and even though yesterday was muggy in the evening, they didn’t stop the vibes till the end of their concert. Known as Yeahmen, they presented a set mixing reggae, ska and roots that uplifted those who were feeling saddened by the lack of sun and rapidly supplied some good energy in the area.Details
The Italian artist pulled off a great show, putting the icing on the cake of the last night’s momentous concert, which also hosted the performances by Kabaka Pyramid, Morgan Heritage e Meta & The Cornerstone.Details
Today August 16the Campsite is full therefore no more caravans or tents will be allowed enter. From August 17 there is a limited number of places available, and those left will only be there for reservations of at least 3 days.
We want to ensure everyone who booked spot in presale with camping included has their place guaranteed. These are some of the links to the campsites/ bungalows in the area, close to the venue.Details
After two sessions of up-tempo dancehall discussion, the University changed pace to examine one of roots reggae’s most subtle and thoughtful Rasta singers. Pablito Henry, better known as Pablo Moses, entered via the gangway to respectful applause, dressed in his signature zig zag pattern tam and mirror shades.Details