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Anthony B, Konshenz Added , As Reggae on the River Announces Exciting Additions to an Already Packed Lineup



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The iconic Reggae on the River Festival in Southern Humboldt County, CA, is set to return on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, August 2-4, 2024, and it just got even better. The festival has announced that J-Boog, Iba Mahr, and Yaadcore have been added to an already stellar lineup.

A Three-Day Celebration of Reggae and Camping
Reggae on the River is not just a music festival; it’s a three-day experience of reggae music and camping along the beautiful South Fork of the Eel River. This year’s event will mark the 35th installment of the festival, which is known for its irie vibes, world-class music, and stunning natural setting.

Tickets are on sale now at Kids 12 and under get in free, and all tickets include tent camping, making it a perfect family-friendly getaway.

A Star-Studded Lineup
The 2024 festival promises an unforgettable lineup, featuring international headlining acts such as Anthony B, Konshenz, Capleton and the Prophecy Band, J Boog, Collie Buddz, DeMarco, Stylo G, Skarra Mucci, Lila Ike ft. Wurl Sound, Lutan Fyah, Chuck Fenda, Sister Nancy, Chezidek, Marlon Asher, Pressure Busspipe, Iba Mahr, Perfect Giddimani, Boomyard ft. Yaadcore and Yaksta, plus a late-night DJ dance party on the river.

A Historic Event in a Beautiful Setting
Held at the County Line Ranch in Piercy, California, Reggae on the River has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1984. Over the years, it has grown into one of the longest-running and most beloved events on the global reggae scene, while always maintaining a “homegrown” community vibe. Organized by Humboldt County’s Mateel Community Center in conjunction with Hot Milk Entertainment, the festival is run as a local non-profit with no corporate involvement.

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Music, Nature, and Cannabis
This year’s festival marks the return of Reggae on the River after a six-year hiatus. Attendees can enjoy music from noon till late night on three stages, including a unique stage where they can listen while swimming in the Eel River.

Beyond the music, this will be the first Reggae on the River held in the age of cannabis legalization. For the first time, the festival will feature an official “cannabis zone” powered by Humboldt’s own Cannifest, where adults can purchase and consume cannabis products directly from the Emerald Triangle’s legendary farmers.

“Humboldt County has long been known for growing the country’s best outdoor, organic cannabis while pushing back against the government’s misguided prohibition against this beneficial plant,” says Christina Augustine, Vice President of the Mateel Community Center. “This year’s Reggae on the River is the perfect opportunity for people to come and enjoy our local produce and culture while enjoying world-class music and camping out under the stars.”

Family-Friendly Fun
Reggae on the River is a fully family-friendly event, with children under 12 admitted free with an adult. The festival also highlights local food, drinks, crafts, art, and vendors, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Don’t miss out on this unique celebration of music, culture, and nature. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

Come and join us for an unforgettable experience at Reggae on the River 2024!

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