Get started with the Spread Love Reggae festival! The doors will open promptly at 3:00pm. Make sure to come early so you can stake out your spots!
Brooklyn-based SunDub, which consistently delivers potently soulful and authentic performances of its own original songs of protest, spirituality, love and justice. Anchored by a core quintet including brother and sister Joanna (lead vocals) and Ben Teters (vocals-drums), Finnegan Singer (guitar), Josh T Carter (bass), and Eric “The General” Toussaint (vocals-keys), the band has amassed millions of streams of its 2019 debut album “Burden of Love.” Within a few short years of securing its foothold in the roots music scene in New York City, SunDub began touring and recording.
Real authentic Reggae vibe from the nephew of reggae legend Peter Tosh.
EDGE MICHAEL IS ONE IN A MILLION!!!
“The first time I saw Edge Michael, I was completely surprised. I have always known reggae music to be soulful, but his live performance not only touched my heart, but entertained my body and soul. Edge was the most energetic performer I have ever had the honor of witnessing and his message was as clear as the music I was hearing. Edge kept me entertained all night and left me wondering, after each song, how he was going to top the last one. His stage presence was powerful and his crowd interaction kept me on my feet, jumping around and continually wanting more…..”
Steven Hill / DJ UK (Entertainer/Producer)
ETANA! At 18 years old Etana walked away from a major recording deal because she didn’t think she should have to sell her soul, compromise her dignity & self respect in order to obtain fame & fortune.
In 2019 she earned the distinction of being the 1st female artist to be Grammy nominated in the Reggae category in 22 years!
Today, she is one of the most sought-after reggae artist in the world and her music has won many international awards.
The title track “Better Tomorrow” from the album Better Tomorrow was the U.N.’s official song in a worldwide campaign to raise awareness and donations for victims of Ebola.