Reggae Sumfest: (July) 2019 — Jahmon in [the stunning] Montego Bay

Montego Bay, Jamaica Start Date: 14/07/2019 End Date: 20/07/2019

What Is Reggae Sumfest

It is no doubt that Jamaica has made a huge impact on the world through their distinguished reggae music— and Reggae Sumfest has definitely had much to do with this influence.

As the premier reggae festival on the planet and the biggest party in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest is an entire week of head bobbin´, drum beatin´, hip-swayin´ fun.

What Is Reggae Sumfest

Reggae Sumfest

Reggae rhythm and island breeze intoxicate crowds of people as they sway to the anthem of “One Love,” sing in unison, and raise their arms up to a cloudless sky. . . Have you ever wished yourself in this world—  where the omnipresent vibe is of chillin’ and spreadin´ the love?

In 2019, from July 14th to the 20th in the stunning Montego Bay, Jamaica, this world -the Reggae Sumfest- awaits you.

It is no doubt that Jamaica has made a huge impact on the world through their distinguished reggae music— and Reggae Sumfest has definitely had much to do with this influence.

As the premier reggae festival on the planet and the biggest party in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest is an entire week of head bobbin´, drum beatin´, hip-swayin´ fun.

 

R&B and Hip Hop at Reggae Sumfest

Beyond just reggae, however, Sumfest also explores the musical worlds of R&B and hip hop.

Over the years, Beyonce, R. Kelly, Jay-Z, Ludacris, Alicia Keys, Usher, Lil´Wayne, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Kanye West, and many other huge international sensations have rocked the stages of Sumfest.

Jamaican Artists

Although the festival is known for attracting elite musicians from all over the world, it also does an outstanding job of shining a bright light on their local legends, such as Damian and Stephen Marley, The Mighty Diamonds, and Freddie McGregor.

 2019 Lineup with dates

See the list below with all the performers and shows from July 14-20. The main Sumfest festival days are in July 19-20, with no confirmed names for July 20.

Here’s your awesome list day by day:

July 14

The talented Stylo G will perform with music from DJ Jigga, DJ Courtney, DJ Antsman, and Crazy Neil.

July 15

Is the big street dance with Skyjuice, Team Shella, and Triple X.

July 16

The white dress code is on (great for summer) with music by: Dexta Peppa and DJ Smoke.

July 17

Hitting it hard with Blitz all black at hard rock cafe with music by: Crazy Neil, Rolexx, and Bishop Escobar.

July 18

An international music fest with DJ’s from all parts of the globe.

July 19

The big day of Sumfest with the top names:

Spice, Dexta Daps, Govana, Squash, Spragga Benz, Elephant Man, performing at Catherine Hall.

July 20

No names have been confirmed yet for second main reggae night.

 

 

Reggae Sumfest 2018 Lineup

As in the last 2 years, Spice the queen is also starring the Sumfest lineup 2018. The other reggae artists confirmed are: Popcaan, Sizzla, Beres Hammond, Capleton, Maxi Priest. See the full lineups for the weekend below!

 

reggae sumfest 2018 lineup july 21

Reggae Sumfest 2017 Lineup

The musical lineup for 2017 was just as impressive, starring the likes of Alkaline, Sean Paul, Tifa, Queen Ifrica, Sean Kingston, Mavado, and many, many more.

Peace And Love Through Reggae

Through all of this, it is important to note that Reggae Sumfest is much more than just a music festival. It is an affectionate gathering in one of the most tropically delightful places on Earth, celebrating authentic Jamaican culture, and raising the vibrations of peace and love high enough for the world to feel.

While many people attend the festival for the music, it is the energy of the island that swims in their veins for a lifetime, causing them to return year after year.

Jah, mon’!

Other Caribbean music festivals include the: SXM music festival in the island of San Martin

 

So Why Reggae Sumfest?

It’s time to get down; to get down to reggae in the home of gettin’ down to reggae— Jamaica. It’s time to light up, sway in unison to rhythmic reggae, throw your hands up to the sky, and march to the anthem of “One Love” at this year’s Reggae Sumfest.

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