Reggae Sunsplash

Thank you all for your continuing support of Reggae Sunsplash, the interest and inquiries about the 2007 tour has been phenominal. We have decided to skip the 2007 tour in order to concentrate on larger festival shows in key markets in the US. This strategy is a return to the roots of Reggae Sunsplash, which started as a 4 day festival drawing an audience from all over the world. We beleive that this is also part of the future for Reggae Sunsplash. Our continuing strategy also includes incorporating all genres of music to continue on the path of our NEVER changing mission…UNITING THE WORLD THROUGH MUSIC!

Please continue to support and we will be dropping details of Reggae Sunsplash Festivals.


~ by sunsplash07 on July 20, 2007.

4 Responses to “Reggae Sunsplash”

  1. I feel bad about this year’s cancellation. I really wanted to see it. The lineup is superb. I thought last year’s lineup of UB40, Toots and the Maytals, Maxi Priest, Third World, Rik Rok and Red Fox was one of the finest sunsplash USA shows I’d ever seen throughout the festival’s history. I loved sunsplash JA last year. I hope that you all will bring back UB40 and Maxi next time around too. Good Luck and One Love.

  2. If you like Reggae, you must listen to Manu Chao! Reggae is one of his biggest influences!
    Be sure to check out the Manu Chao e-card so you can hear tracks and see
    videos from the forthcoming album “La Radiolina.”
    You can also pre-order the new CD for only $11.99 and get a special free bonus iTunes card featuring 21 tracks of great Latin Alternative music.

  3. WTF…man…sounds like that was written by a lawyer or politician…All that junk means is no money-no honey.


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