With a legacy of over 20 years, the One Love Peace Festival surfaced in London in 2011 and acts as an annual reminder of the organisers' year-round efforts as they aim to unite revelers by promoting tolerance and reconciliation with community-led campaigns.
In 2012 the organisers launched The Peace Fund which will act as a long-term charitable trust fuelling varied outreach activity including the development of youth centers, outlets of parental support and local mentoring schemes offering coaching, advice and support to the frontline in Broken Britain.
The One Love Peace Festival last took place at the West London Stadium (now renamed the Linford Christie Stadium) in 1991 and was attended by 25,000 peaceful revelers who turned up in their droves to see the likes of The Wailers, Gregory Isaacs, Freddie McGregor and Barrington Levy. Since its inception in the UK, the One Love Peace Festival grew from strength to strength with the staging of a number of large and highly successful events around the country. This event marks 30 years since the passing of Bob Marley and will celebrate the life and times of the King of Reggae with a series of themed sets.
The festival offers attendees a blend of urban music and reggae.
In 2012 the event was cancelled, citing the Olympics and an overcrowded markets for it's demise. Organisers have not held the event since.
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