One Love the UK's only annual reggae camping festival, has added 30 acts to the line-up appearing over the weekend of Friday 4th until Sunday 6th September 2015 at Popham Airport near Winchester, in Hampshire.
The event created in recognition of one of the world's greatest ever rock gig, Bob Marley's famous 1978 'One Love' concert, has added Troy Ellis, Dub Natty Sessions, Don Campbell, Earl Gateshead, Dubmatix, Smith & Mighty, Ambient Dub Sessions, The Heritage Survival Band, Bobo El Numero Uno, The Defekters, Elisha Howe, Indica Dubs feat. Shelly Ravid, Reality SoulJahs, Svaha Sound, Real Roots, Stereochemist, Roots Sensation, Princess Ayolah, Freshly Baked, Jim Syte, King Solomon Band, I-jay and the Reggae Revival Allstars, Dinah Saw, Arcane, KeeZee, X-Nation, DJ Darren Hoy, Ben Harper, Dub Drifters, and Hiroshi Tamamura.
One Love Festival celebrates Women in Reggae by making this announcement dedicated to our Sisters in honour of Co Founder of One Love Festival Victoria Wiltshire who sadly lost her fight with Cancer in October last year .
They join Third World celebrating their 40th anniversary, Twinkle Brothers, Mad Professor, Mykal Rose, Vernon Maytone (The Maytones), Dennis Bovell & Dub Natty Sessions, Little Roy, Dawn Penn, Etana, Marla Brown, Aruba Red, Elektric, Dasha Fyah, Roots Queen, Nattylyn Jeffers, Sister Maya, Jungalice, MissMIten, Lioness Izasha, Hootchie Roots Girls, Bamalam, Sistah Sarah, Bliss Zion, Lady Saw, Lady Fyah, Maya Dub Flute, Sophia Vibing King, Aleighcia Scott, Maddy Carty, Lady Livewire, Zeena Banks, Frederica Tibbs, Bianka Jagwar, Celia, Tristan Palma, Dubblestandart, Macka B & the Roots Ragga Band, Echo Minott, Horseman and the Upper Cut Band, Stone Love meets Saxon, Earl 16, Vivian Jones, IQulah, Nucleus Roots, Frank Aird, Edge Michael, Atomic Spliff, Jah Tubbys, Don Letts, Jah Free, Jah Warriors, Direct Impact, Ramon Judah and Diverse Collective, Trinity Lo Fi, Unitary, Jah Lion Sound Movement, Sparky Riot, Dojo, Arkham Karvers, Beam Up, Saxon Sound System, Fatman International Sound, Youthman Promotion Sound, Norris Man, Soul Stereo Sound System, Foundation Sound, Mackabee Studio International, King Tubby's Hi Fi, Sir Coxsone Outernational, Teddy Dan and the Irie Vibes Band, Randy Valentine, Donette Forte Urban Lions Band, King Tuts Revenge, Zee Guveya & The Heritage Survival Band, Erin Bardwell Collective, Mixmaster Morris, The Dublings, Subajah, Avalon Roots, Twilight Circus Dub Sound System, Dubversion, Forleigh, Max Barry, Zuri Aura, Afresh, Nattylyn, Kalyan, 2 Kings, Titan Sound, Jah Lion Sound Movement, Easy Dread, Pangani, Disorda, The Objectors, Reggae Icons, The Ohmz, Talawa Roots, Nick Manasseh, Earl Gateshead, Instrument of Jah Sound System, King of Eye, Dialect & Kosine, DJ As-If, Rumble, Unity Hi-Fi, Misfit, 3 Lions Sound, Sticky Rhythms, Voytek, Rooftop Sound, and DJ Arcane.
The festival also hosts Battle of The Dubplates 2015 with the UK’s biggest Sound Clash – a battle for the Champions Cup 2015 featuring Fatman Sound vs Youthman Promotion Soundsation vs King Tubbys vs Mackabee Sound vs Coxone Sound vs Soul Stereo vs Foundation Sound vs Sovereign Sound.
Also on site is the Saxon Sound Marquee full system featuring Stone Love Meets Saxon where the legendary Jamaican No1 Sound meets the UK’s No1 sound, plus Children’s area, walk about performances, workshops, and displays, a huge selection of food around the world Reggae Spa and Glamping.
An adult (aged 16+) ticket is priced at £130 including camping. Children's tickets (for those aged 5 to 15 years) are priced at £65. A Family Weekend ticket is priced at £320 for two adults and two children. Children aged under 5 years can attend for free. A live in vehicle is priced at £50 and a car parking ticket is priced at £10. Day tickets are also available priced at £42 for adults, and £21 for children.
Please note that all under 16 year olds must be accompanied to the festival by an adult.
An adult cannot be responsible for more than 4 under 18 year olds each. Proof of age for child tickets may be required on site.
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