IN PICTURES: It was all love at the One Love Cali Reggae Fest

As bass drops and guitar solo riffs shook the One Love Cali Reggae Fest, the roars of screaming fans could be heard across Queensway Bay on Friday.

Reggae fans from all around Southern California gathered to see the live performances from their favorite acts. The three-day festival kicked off with big names from the music industry such as Matisyahu, Pepper and Long Beach locals Sublime with Rome, which filled the festival grounds to capacity with fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the legendary band.

Aside from the music lineup, the festival also boasted diverse food options for hungry fans to taste throughout the concert space featuring everything from noodles to Jamaican cuisine.

Tara Burke, 26, flashes a smile and a peace sign while wearing a One Love festival hoodie at the end of the festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Paityn Wilkens, 16, enjoys a swing at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Fans sing along with Sublime with Rome at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Sublime with Rome surrounded by a massive crowd during the band’s performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

A map of the South Bay and Long Beach shows on the screen during the Sublime with Rome performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Eric Wilson on the bass during the Sublime set at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Eric Wilson on the keyboards during the Sublime set at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Sublime with Rome at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Sublime with Rome at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Skyler Pittman (left), 21, strikes a pose and raises her hands as she stands in front of food vendors the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Skyler Pittman (left), 21, David Ruffin, 27, Rod Mack, 27, and Tayler Wyatt, 26, stand in front of a Jamaican food stand waiting for their food order at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Fan wears a One Love Cali Reggae Festival t-shirt during Atmosphere’s liver performance Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Barbara Howard, 52, shows her reggae pride with shaka signs at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Amdrew Santillan, 30, sings to his favorite songs at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

May Sea (left), 20, Jonathan Romo, 26, Brittany Romo, 21, and David Thorton (right), 21, are all smiles during the live performances at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Band Pepper during their set at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Reggae band Pepper performs at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Paulo, Oliver and Jenna Nacimento at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Tracee Giacoma, 46, Kristie Goes, 46, Mikal Ceullar, 25, Madison Goes, 24, at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Melinda Marin (left), 21, and Ashleigh Burns, 20, pose in front of the Queen Mary at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Latricia Johnson (left), 26, and Marsela Parada (right), 33, sit on the grass and watch the live performances at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Kimberly Hernandez, 21, poses for the camera with a One Love mural at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Emily Ramirez, 35, with children Mosiac (left), 2, and Jasper, 4 months, pose with peace signs at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Yvonne Garcia, 40, and Norma Zamora, 42, get a taste of the many food options at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Friends Jasmine Barboza and Karin Turek stand upfront and close to the stage at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Fans eagerly wait for Sublime with Rome to take the stage at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Mother and daughter duo Kiana Leon (left), 28, and Letizia (right) 48 await band Pepper to take the stage at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Bryan Morrison, 34, and Emily Gruen, 28, enjoy the Matisyahu performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Carlos and Candy Navarro enjoy the Matisyahu performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Toni Brown (left), 35, and Doug Brown (right), 43, enjoy short beer lines and uncrowded sections of the VIP area at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Bianca Hernandez, 19, stands in front of a lively mural at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Amanda Arredondo (left), 24, Marissa Zamora, 18, and Austyn Tarrant, 21, at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Atmosphere during his performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Atmosphere throws up a peace sign to a screaming crowd during his set at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

Alex Verdugo and Ron Mike enjoy the VIP area during Atmosphere’s live performance at the One Love Cali Reggae Festival Friday, February 7, 2020. Photo by Gaby Mungarro.

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