The event hosts over 30 Reggae and World music artists & DJ’s, LED digital stage displays, more than 60 arts and crafts vendors, non-profit booths, a wide choice of food options, a lively KidLandia, and the camping, community, and irie vibes that make “Reggae” famous. Available now are 3 and 4-day passes, with exclusive live sets for 4 day early arrivals. On sale in a limited amount is the Ambassador Pass with the ultimate in perks and access including reserved camping situated closest to the concert bowl, the Ambassador’s cocktail lounge and access to the side stage viewing deck. If in need of some extra comfort while tent camping, reserve a space in the Premier Campground which offers grassy and mixed shade camping situated a short distance from the concert bowl. Reggae on the River is a benefit for the non-profit arts organization the Mateel Community Center. Bring a new or used tool for the Mateel’s Tools For Change program that collects and distributes new and used tools to rural villages in Burkina Faso, West Africa.