One Love 2017: Day One

One Love 2017
One Love 2017
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
White Glove Service
One Love 2017
One Love 2017
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
Janelle Phillips
One Love 2017
One Love 2017
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
Arise Roots
One Love 2017
One Love 2017
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
Leilani Wolfgramm
One Love 2017
One Love 2017
The Simpkin Project
The Simpkin Project
The Simpkin Project
The Simpkin Project
The Simpkin Project
The Simpkin Project
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
HIRIE
One Love 2017
One Love 2017
We Should Smoke Movement
We Should Smoke Movement
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth
Fortunate Youth / Stick Figure
Fortunate Youth / Stick Figure
HIRIE / Stick Figure
HIRIE / Stick Figure
HIRIE / Stick Figure
HIRIE / Stick Figure

SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
SOJA
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots
Through the Roots

The day had finally come: Day One of the 2nd Annual One Love Festival was officially starting! Relocated from its original birthplace of Santa Ana, California to the oceanfront of Long Beach beside the majestic Queen Mary oceanliner, One Love 2017 promised the biggest names in the reggae-rock industry and no one could wait to get a part of the action. Even though the slightly overcast afternoon skies turned quickly into evening rain, reggae lovers stuck it out in the storm until the Slightly Stoopid end. In the rain and the mud, artists and attendees alike rejoiced in a day of peace, love, and unity to kick off a wonderful weekend of positive vibes. Please enjoy Day One photos above, and galleries for Day Two and Three to follow.

Photography by Gia Krietzberg, Kristy Rose, and JP Kouri

 

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