Reggae lovers headed back to the stages set up at the gorgeous and expansive King Gillette Ranch for Day Two of the 10th Annual Reggae on the Mountain. Starting the day off on the right foot, Gondwana took the stage to happy attendees. Many attendees brought blankets, lawn chairs and tents, making the choice to sit in circles with their friends while enjoying music as others gathered right in front of the stage. No matter where you wanted to be, there was always enough room, never feeling overly crowded anywhere.
No matter where you wanted to be, there was always enough room…
Following the opening act was Pachamama, Mike Love and SYNRGY before HIRIE took the vibes sky high by mid-afternoon. Makua Rothman held down the side stage before Third World and Matisyahu closed it all down, rounding out a phenomenal weekend of reggae rock.
Seriously, it seemed as if the festival-goers (some dressed just for it), artists and vendors were in top spirits while in attendance at this special anniversary of Reggae on the Mountain. It will be back again in August next year, so be sure to mark it in your calendars for ROTM 2020!
Photography by Gia Krietzberg