It was a sea of raincoats and ponchos at The Queen Mary Events Park for Day Three of One Love Cali Reggae Festival 2020. A little rain wasn’t going to stop crowds from flocking to hang with their friends and see their favorite bands perform! Kicking the day off on the Tiki Stage was The John Dank show as Jason J greeted fans as they entered the grounds. Starting the party off on the Roots & Culture Stage was Natural Vibrations and the sweet sounds of Landon McNamara. And, over on the SMKFLWR Stage, Leilani Wolfgramm and Anuhea started the strong female performer vibes of the day.
Ital Vibes and Eli-Mac fans flooded the surrounding area of the Tiki Stage to catch a glimpse of their fantastic performances. There were traffic jams of fans trying to get from having just partied with Sammy J, Common Kings and J Boog on the SMKFLR Stage, over to the Roots & Culture Stage in time to see Mike Love, Katchafire and The Green.
A little rain wasn’t going to stop crowds from flocking to hang with their friends and see their favorite bands perform!
The amazing ladies of reggae continued on the Tiki Stage with brilliant performances by Analea Brown, Fia and Nattali Rize — complete with an exceptional performance by Bo Napoleon. Keeping with the ‘Roots & Culture’ theme, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Yellowman and Third World brought strong performances before Tarrus Riley lit up the stage with his set.
Closing out the night on the Tiki Stage were fan favorites, Inna Vision, Pato Banton and The Gladiators. Last, Iration, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Slightly Stoopid set fire to the SMKFLWR Stage, showing fans what the One Love Cali Reggae Festival is all about. Until next year, thanks for having us, Goldenvoice!
Photography by Sean McCracken