One Love Cali Reggae Fest to bring Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution and more to Queen Mary grounds

Goldenvoice announced today that the 2019 iteration of One Love Cali Reggae Festival will bring headliners Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, Sublime with Rome, Dirty Heads, and more to the Queen Mary Events Park in February 2019.

Now in its fourth year, the three-day festival will take place on Friday, Feb. 8, Saturday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 10. This is the third year the festival has taken place at The Queen Mary; it was first held at The Observatory in Santa Ana.

As was the case the past two years, a mix of gloomy weather and energetic performances tend to make for a wet, but well received, multi-day experience based on “unity, music and good vibes”.

Check out the full lineup: Alpha Blondy, Anuhea, Atmosphere, Ballyhoo, Bikini Trill, Collue Buddz, Common Kings, Dirty Heads, Dispatch, Don Carlos, Fiji, Fishbone, Fortunate Youth, Groundation, Hirie, Iration, Israel Vibration, Ital Vibes, Iya Terra, J Boog, Josh Heinrichs, Katastro, Katchafire, Landon McNamara, Lee Scratch Perry, Long Beach Dub All Stars, Mad Caddies, Matisyahu, Mike Love, Mike Pinto, Morgan Heritage, Nattali Rize, Pacific Dub, Passafire, Pepper, Rebelution, Sammy J, Simpkin Project, Slightly Stoopid, SOJA, Stick Figure, Sublime with Rome, The B Foundation, The Expanders, The Expendables, The Green, The Holdup, The Movement, Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds, Trevor Hall, Tribal Seeds, Yellowman.

Passes go on sale Saturday, Nov. 17 at noon. More information and tickets can be purchased on the website here.

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Asia Morris has been with the Long Beach Post for five years, specializing in coverage of the arts. Her parents gave her the name because they wanted her to be a world traveler and they got their wish. She has obliged by pursuing art, journalism and a second career as a competitive cyclist.