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Join the party!  
Jamaica’s Largest Music Festival
as well as on both nights of the Main Event.
Global newsflash…by overwhelming popular demand, the 20th Anniversary Celebration and homecoming to
Pier One in Montego Bay, Jamaica, of
Irish & Chin’s World Clash is now going to be LIVESTREAMED.
Reggae Sumfest Logo

Reggae Sumfest returns to Catherine Hall Event Centre in Montego Bay, Jamaica with a heavy-hitting artist lineup featuring the world’s
top reggae and dancehall artists.

Can’t make it this year? 
No problem, Mon….Join the party by viewing the Live Stream of 
World Clash, plus two Main event nights.

  Sign up now for free at reggaesumfest.com to hear and see history on Thursday, July 19th at 10 pm Jamaica/EST.

3 great livestream events now for Reggae Sumfest:

~World Clash Thursday, July 19,
~Dancehall Night Friday, July 20
~Reggae Night Saturday, July 21

Check out Videos of World Clash Performers:

Mighty Crown Video  

Chin Video

~To sign up for the Live Stream…Simply go to WEBSITE 
Live Streaming page and sign up for all three nights.
~The sign up is easy and can be done through the viewers Facebook, Email, or Twitter Account.  The viewer’s device will be remembered, so return access will be automatic. Note: To watch all 3 nights, you need to sign up for each night.
Register today!
Don’t Miss One Moment of Reggae Sumfest
Thursday, July 19 Live Stream
Irish & Chin’s 20th Anniversary of World Clash
Friday night is the ultimate dancehall takeover with both emerging and iconic lyricists including Popcaan, Aidonia, Bounty Killer, Sizzla, Spice, Tommy Lee Sparta, Agent Sasco,
Ding Dong, I-Octane, Stonebwoy and more.
Saturday night will feature show-stopping performances from reggae’s biggest names like Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Beres Hammond, Maxi Priest, Cham, Capleton, Raging Fyah,
Jesse Royal, J Boog and many more.
The Global Reggae Community is gearing up for 
Reggae Sumfest 2018 by registering for the the free Live Stream events ~ Join Us!



Clash Stream Question ?

SoundClash Cloud Opinion Piece

Reggae Sumfest showed us how it should be live stream shows and events they should be free. Facebook live is free Youtube is and U stream is free there are many many other free platforms to stream content but VRA still choose to exploit the clash fans with continued overpriced very poor quality live streams. VRA streams are no better than Facebook live streams the truth is Facebook live streams are considerably better than VRA streams because Facebook info structure is far far superior to VRA. The promoters who choose to use VRA are watering down their own brand by partnering with people from outside of our community who are proven to only be looking to exploit.

Reggae Sumfest is without a doubt one of the biggest events in Jamaica dancehall/reggae with some of the biggest artiste in the business performing over the 2 nights so how does Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica provide blip free streaming worldwide not only in HD but in 360 too for free not a penny, however, promotors in America want to charge 40 and 50 dollars to watch 5 hours of frankly rubbish ?

Reggae Sumfest live stream free live stream highlights how VRA has been exploiting promotors and clash fans worldwide $5 is the most VRA should charge for streams the facts are VRA is not black owned VRA owners are white English that’s why they have no empathy or compassion if you are in a VRA dance and you try to stream the dance the security will threaten you with removal that is the precise reason the VRA chat room closed people from outside the culture trying to dictate to those whose culture it is.