The Milton Keynes Reggae Festival on August 14 will feature two stages of non-stop reggae music a dance hall, dub and jungle, as well as a Caribbean food market. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the festival will go ahead.
It’s billed as the biggest ever family-friendly Reggae show to hit Milton Keynes and so far 19,500 people from all over the country have responded to the event on Facebook. A spokesman for the festival said today that tickets are “almost sold out”.
The line up includes Maxi Priest, Collie Buddz, The Maytals Band (Toot’s Memorial Show), Aswad, David Rodigan, General Levy, Mungos HiFI, Carroll Thompson, Janet Kay, Channel One, Iration Steppas, Kiko Bun and The Marley Experience. Tickets are on sale online.