Reggae On The River Tickets Now Available


On the weekend of July 16th and 17th, 2011, the Mateel Community Center is proud to present the 27th annual Reggae On The River at Benbow Lake State Recreation Area in southern Humboldt County, CA. An internationally renowned showcase of the best in reggae and world music, this year’s event will feature two stages (an ROTR first!) and is shaping up to be a good one.

Though the full line-up is not totally complete, a list of the confirmed acts so far includes Ky-Mani Marley, Gramps Morgan, Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80, J Boog, Tony Rebel, Queen Ifrica, Bushman, Gondwana, Rootz Underground, Annette Brissett, Perfect, Clinton Fearon, Army, HR, Edi Fitzroy, Pashon Minott, Indubious, Zili Misik, SILA, Sahra Indio, Native Elements, The Alliez, The Impalers, Jah Sun & Ishi Dube w/Redemption Band, Jade Steel, and Ambush, with several acts still TBA.

 Weekend passes are currently available online at  and at the usual local outlets in Humboldt and Mendocino Counties. Advance tickets are advised as this event sells out. Single day tickets will go on sale June 15th if the event is not sold out by this point. 

For more information on the 27th annual Reggae On The River visit  or call (707) 923-3368 and be sure to make your plans soon to join the festival fun on the weekend of July 16 and 17.


~ Mateel Community Center ~

 59 Rusk Lane ~ Post Office Box 1910 ~ Redway, California 95560

 707.923.3368 – Fax: 707.923.3370 – email : office@mateel .org

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7 Responses to Reggae On The River Tickets Now Available

  1. Ginny Davis says:

    I love Reggae on the River! I wish I could have stayed all the way through Sunday last year but I had to leave Saturday night. I’ll be there both days this year.

  2. Todd Kendall says:

    What a Bummer, I didn’t make it last year. (fingers crossed) I’ll be there this year.

  3. Alan Davidson says:

    I really dig the artists and food but I think it’s the fans who make this festival so enjoyable. Despite Mom’s advice, I love talking to stangers!

  4. Stefan Voss says:

    It looks like the bands are alot better this year compared to last year. However, I’d like to see them cut out the hip-hop artists altogether. It’s supposed to be a reggae festival.

  5. MasterofReality says:

    Yea, what’s up with all the hip hop crap?

  6. THATGUY56 says:

    Good Music + Good Food + Good Weed + Good People = Good Times!

  7. Geri Hensley says:

    I’ve never been but it sounds like fun. Maybe next year.

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