Campbell Park30/07/2022 - 31/07/2022 (other dates available)
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THE UK’s BIGGEST Reggae Festival comes to Milton Keynes
Family-friendly Reggae Land featuring 50 artists, 3 stages over 2 days arrives in Milton Keynes on 30th and 31st July 2022!
Get ready for the UK’s biggest Reggae Festival to land in Milton Keynes for what is set to be an incredible weekend, full of the best live reggae, dub, and dancehall artists around! Not only will you experience great music, but we offer deliciously authentic food in our Caribbean Food Village as well as plenty of drinks in our Rum Shacks, Gin Bars and Caribbean cocktail bars.
Want professional pics with your nearest and dearest? No problem, we’ve got you. What about glitter? That’s right, we’ve got plenty of glitter stalls for those Summer vibes. As if this wasn’t enough, we have a Reggae Flea market, a fair ground, and an entire Carnival Float stage along with dancers and a live authentic steel pan band! We also offer a VIP zone and festival merchandise for those wanting it. Set in Milton Keynes’ monumental Campbell Park, we’ve finely crafted the huge line-up of 50 artists across our multiple stages, The Bowl, The Valley and Carnival stage, for a weekend you will not want to miss.
At The Bowl stage on Saturday 30th July, is the incredible Julian Marley, bringing his beautifully soulful reggae music to the show along with The Uprising. Son of reggae and roots legend Bob Marley, Julian has been nominated for multiple Grammy awards and his music is conscious, feel-good and will guarantee to leave you smiling. We also have Inner Circle, Collie Buddz Big Mountain and many more performing at The Bowl!
David Rodigan joins us on The Valley stage spinning a set off dancefloor shakers and exclusive dubs, dancehall, and reggae tracks. We can’t wait to have Musical Youth, Trojan Sound System and Bob Marley revival join us, just some of the many acts performing in The Valley! Mungo’s Hi-Fi, the Glasgow based sound system, will be hitting up the Carnival Stage on Saturday and these guys always bring an uplifting sound system experience! Dub Pistols Sound System, Dub Smugglers featuring Kuntri Ranks and Solo Banton plus more will be performing live on The Carnival Stage.
On Sunday 31st July, Shaggy, known best for his tunes Boombastic and It Wasn’t Me performs at The Bowl. Shaggy is no stranger to reggae music, having received 7 Grammy nominations and winning it twice will get the whole family moving! We also have the reggae and dub titans The Dualers, Gentleman’s Dub Club and Eek A Mouse and many more performing live at The Bowl stage.
The respected Jamaican roots songwriter and singer Horace Andy will bring his distinctive and soulful vocals live to The Valley along with the unmissable General Levy, Aswad, Kiko Bun and many more. Bass and dub-pioneers, Iration Steppas join us live on the Carnival Stage on Sunday and will be joined by The Heatwave Presents Hot Wuk, Reggae Roast featuring Natty Campbell, Don Letts and others!
We cannot wait to have you, your family and friends join us for what will be a weekend of sunshine, great food and drinks, entertainment, and unmissable acts across our three stages. See you in the dance from 30th July 2022!
Disability Access Information
JBM Music will provide the following access and facilities to customers:
- Wheelchair accessible area
- 1x Free of charge Personal Assistance ticket
- Accessible toilets facilities across the site
- Accessible Festival entrance
Our trained staff located at our on-site reception, close to the site entrance will handle all access queries and ticket bookings. If you have not secured your PA ticket beforehand, our staff can help on the day; please bring required I.D. (PIP Card).
Unfortunately there are no on-site parking facilities. However, we do have a pick-up & drop-off area and an easily accessible entrance available. Site map & location of entrance to be sent out in due time and on-day sign posted.
JBM Music are committed to putting in place all possible solutions available for disability access and mobility impairments. Campbell Park can be challenging as it is hilly in places, there will be track mat/access in place, it can still be challenging. If you bring an electric wheelchair to our greenfield site, we advise bringing a back-up manual wheelchair that can be pushed, if necessary, this can be left at our medical/reception area with our trained staff, along with any medicines/subscripted pharmaceutical supplies. Please contact email@example.com for further information or access tickets.