This summer, Hawai’i will host the Reggae Summit Music Festival, featuring Third World and Luciano.
One of the most fruitful settings for reggae music is undoubtedly the Hawaiian Islands. Much like the birthplace of reggae, Jamaica, the history and music describe the heartfelt story of each respective place.
Both Hawai’i Jamaica are known as vacation destinations filled with lavish resorts and top-tier ammenities. However the natives of each respective island culture know the true tale that has built the foundation for some of the best music on the planet.
Reggae music is feel good music to some, and rebel music to others. At the heart of it all, reggae is feel good music. Whether you prefer the word Aloha or Irie, or sipping on a Mai Tai or drinking a Jamaican Waterslide, reggae is music is the universal sound.
This summer, Hawai’i will be the host to the Reggae Summit Festival from June 24 to the 26th.
For three-straight days, the Hawaiian Islands of O’ahu, Maui and the Big Island will host the Reggae Summit Festival, featuring Third World and Luciano from Jamaica, as well as local talent from Hawai’i with Siaosi, Kiwini Vaitai and Kaipo Kapua.
For O’ahu, the reggae showcase will take place at Wet ‘n’ Wild Waterpark in Kapolei. The concert in Maui will be held at the Maui Tropical Plantation in Wailuku. Finally, the three-day event will conclude at the Kohala Institue in Kapa’au, HI.
Tickets for the festival are sold as single-day tickets for each festival date location, starting at $35 for O’ahu and $40 for Maui and The Big Island.
For more information, follow the links below for more details.
Video: Third World – “Try Jah Love” (Live)