Tag: ReggaeSumfest


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.


#Sumfest2017: Cancer survivor well received at Reggae Sumfest

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Feluke performing on the final night of the 2017 Reggae Sumfest. (Photo: Phillip Lemonte)

ST JAMES, Jamaica — Cancer survivor, Feluke sang his way into the hearts of patrons during the early goings of the final night of the 25th staging of Reggae Sumfest, now underway at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay.

The dreadlocks Rastaman, who confessed that at one stage he had given up, seemed to be immensely enjoying his second lease on life as he fitted from corner to corner on the huge stage, delivering his well-received songs.

Feluke, who recently returned from Mexico where he was treated for cancer, sampled Buju Banton’s “It’s Not An Easy Road” in a set which included “Building on Israel”, “Keep Our Souls Alive”, among others.

His performance came after those of Sizzla Kalonji’s son, Meliku and Deep Jahi who were also well received.

Sizzla Kalonji closed the show which featured the likes of Kabaka Pyramid, Stephen Marley, Queen Ifrika, Sean Paul, Sean Kingston, Mad Cobra, Jah Cure, Beenie Man, Chris Martin, among others.

Horace Hines



Reggae Sumfest: Virtual Access Granted To Millions Worldwide
Monday | July 10, 2017 | 7:56 PM

The world will be watching the best of reggae and dancehall on stage at Reggae Sumfest when the main concert opens on Friday, July 21 at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay. Red Stripe presents Reggae Sumfest 25, will raise the bar in the quality of food offerings, venue layout and worldwide accessibility.



Downsound Entertainment is proud to announce the addition of a special performance by multiple Grammy winner Stephen Marley together alongside his eldest son, Jo Mersa Marley, saturday night, July 22, 2017 celebrating the 25th Edition of  Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay Jamaica.


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Reggae Sumfest to feature highly anticipated Second-Generation Reggae Performers

By: RBA Publishing June 30, 2017
Reggae Sumfest 2017 features Meleku the son of Sizzla & Davianah, the daughter of Tony Rebel.
Creativity must be in the genes as Sizzla’s son Meleku is making a name for himself as a reggae artist, appearing on stage alongside his famous father the past few years and now will be performing at the Main Event on July 22nd.
Another relatively new artist is Davianah, the daughter of the legendary Tony Rebel also performing at the Main Event Night 2, July 22nd, 2017. Reggae fans worldwide are eagerly anticipating these performances as they have been listening to their parents for decades.

If you can’t attend in person do make sure you tune in to the 360Degree Live Stream.


-RBA Publishing June 30, 2017


I Sud Sound System portano l’Italia al Reggae Sumfest

Ci sarà anche una bella fetta d’Italia al prossimo Reggae Sumfest, uno dei più noti festival reggae al mondo che si tiene in Giamaica. L’edizione 2017, la numero venticinque, va in scena dal 16 al 22 luglio a Montego Bay con una lineup che vede artisti del calibro di Jah Cure, Kabaka Pyramid, Mad Cobra, Queen Ifrica, Alkaline, Mavado, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Aidonia e molti altri. (more…)