Bournemouth’s first ever reggae weekend is ready to get started after 3 years in development and bring African-Caribbean culture this summer.
The Bournemouth Reggae Weekend is a not-for-profit event brought by Afro*Disiac Live Radio who are a non-profit business interested in increasing cultural enrichment and hope to bring the music and atmosphere of Africa-Caribbean right to our Dorset home of Bournemouth.
Afro*Disiac Live Radio has spent 3 years waiting to bring this celebration of cultures to the public, working through the pandemic and lockdown to provide us with music and joy, now they are here and they have decided to give back to the people on the frontlines of the pandemic; the organizers have added Friday 30th July to the event schedule to exclusively host NHS Frontline heroes in line with NHS Frontline day 5th July and all-day proceeds will go to Hospitals Dorset NHS Charity and The National Care Association.
There will be music, food and activities for everyone to enjoy at King’s Park on the 30th July until the 1st August. Reggae artists and DJs will perform on stage while artisan traders, craft stands and caterers will be spread around to complete the experience with 30 mixed stalls to provide the signature food and delights that the world has come to recognise.
More info and ticket prices can be found on the Afro*Disiac website. All weekender tickets include complimentary free travel through the event Travel partners Yellow Buses in the BCP area.