Sun 12 Nov 2017

After a sell-out festival in 2016 The Jamaican Music and Food Festival is back, Sunday November 12 at Seaworks Williamstown!

Featuring highly charged performances from Jamaican reggae superstar Bushman and British-born artist Marvin Priest, son of Maxi Priest, alongside a top line-up of Australian talent all in one beautiful dockside location.

Hosted by trailblazer Stick Mareebo, the 2017 Jamaican Music and Food Festival explores the rawest and realest corners of Jamaican culture with a uniquely Australian melting pot of World-class reggae, dancehall, ska, roots and dub talent over five stages.

Featuring Fasmwa with More Judgement, Basmati, Mumma Trees and General Justice, Jessie I (Babylon Burning), Rick Howe (Riddim Yard) and Mohair Slim (Blue Juice), Systa BB, Sista Itations, Miss Fee and Nadine King.

2017's festival will see even more bars, more than twenty authentic street food traders serving mouth-watering real Jerk Wings, Curry Goat by Sassy Dread, handmade Roti, Ital’s conscious vegetarian selections and refreshing coconuts.

Don't miss a glimpse of the toughest dancehall Burn-City Queenz, family-friendly folklore at Queen Jigzie's children's stage, dub-master Heartical Hi-Fi's unapologetic beast of a sound-system, talented hype-man Zare Demus and Real Black Style from CaribVic's stunning Carnival designs to braids, black hair and jewellery and so much more.

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Jamaican Music and Food Festival November 12, 2017