Less than two months left until Reggae Land Festival returns to Milton Keynes

    There is less than two months left for Reggae Land to return to the iconic National Bowl in Milton Keynes for their annual festival.

    On Saturday, August 3 to Sunday August 4, the annual reggae Land Festival will return to the National Bowl with its greatest lineup yet.

    The now annual event sees a lineup of reggae, dub, dancehall, and jungle across five stages over the two-day weekend, as well as a lineup of huge international artists, Caribbean food village with 70 plus traders, a reggae flea market, carnival float stage, carnival dancers, rum shacks, and so much more.

    From Popcaan to UB40 with Ali Campbell, music fans can expect a mix of reggae icons, both past and present.

    Winston Rodney OD will be performing on Saturday 3rd August, better known by the stage name Burning Spear, he is one of the world's most influential and longstanding root artists with 12 grammy nominations under his belt.

    The equally as impressive Tarrus Riley performs on Sunday 4th August, he is the Reggae Land Family's most requested artist, it's not hard to see why with hit songs in his discography such as "She's Royal", "Lighter", "Superman", "Give Me Likkle One Drop" and countless more.

    The event will start at 12PM, with acts from the start. Last minute entry is strictly 5PM. It is advised to plan your journey and arrive as early as possible. The event will end at 11PM. Please be aware there is no re-entry, if you leave you will not be able to re-enter.

    The festival will be at the Milton Keynes National Bowl, Watling St, Milton Keynes MK5 8AA. There are three entrances to Reggae Land.

    For more information, or to book tickets, please visit https://reggaeland.co.uk/info/

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