Reggae Rise Up finally heading to Vegas Fall of 2021

Reggae Rise Up finally heading to Vegas Fall of 2021

The iconic inaugural Reggae Rise Up Festival is coming to Las Vegas on October 9th and 10th at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, after being postponed due to COVID last year. Good news is, the lineup stayed relatively the same, including reggae heavyweight headliners Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads, with other incredible groups joining the party, such as SOJA, J Boog, Common Kings, Matisyahu, Collie Buddz, Fortunate Youth, HIRIE, The Movement, Iya Terra, Mike Love and reggae revival Jamaican artist on the rise, Jesse Royal. Other notable and/or up-and-coming names joining the weekend are Nattali Rize, Pacific Dub, Inna Vision, 4th & Orange, Kyle Smith, Pacific Roots and Native Leaves.

Talk about two days of reggae rock and island reggae royalty in one of the wildest cities.

The festival has successfully thrown annual events in Florida and Utah in previous years, but is now making its big debut in Las Vegas! The festival will be at the popular Downtown Las Vegas Events Center — the perfect spot for making this festival an incredible experience! It will be located steps away from hotel rooms, famous casinos, excellent dining in a hefty 11,000-capacity venue that reggae fans are sure to have the time of their lives in!

Festival gates open at noon on Saturday and Sunday, with music going from 1pm to 11pm, so be sure to grab your tickets now to be part of this epic two-day Vegas reggae party! For more information, visit the links below.

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