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Reggae Geel

Reggae Geel
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Bunny Wailer at Reggae Geel 2014
Genre Reggae
Dates August
Location(s) Geel, Belgium
Years active 1979-present
Website Official site

Reggae Geel is a reggae music festival that takes place in Geel, Belgium, typically on the first Friday of August, with reggae deejays and sound systems, followed by the main festival on the following Saturday. Reggae Geel is the oldest Reggae festival in Europe.[1] It is particularly well known for its relaxed, non-commercial atmosphere and considered by many artists as the most Jamaican-like reggae festival outside Jamaica[citation needed].

Line-up of Reggae Geel [ edit ]

1979-1980s [ edit ]

1979 [ edit ]

  • Disco Brabo

1980 [ edit ]

  • Disco Brabo

1981 [ edit ]

  • Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1982 [ edit ]

  • Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1983 [ edit ]

1984 [ edit ]

  • Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1985 [ edit ]

  • Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1986 [ edit ]

1987 [ edit ]

  • Big Boatsia

1988 [ edit ]

1989 [ edit ]

  • Macka B ft Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1990s [ edit ]

1990 [ edit ]

  • Rootsdaughter Showcase ft. Natasha
  • Claudette Boney
  • Miss Irie
  • Sandra Cross
  • Ranking Ann
  • Aisha
  • Crucial Robbie ft The Robotiks

1991 [ edit ]

  • Allan Kingpin
  • U-Roy ft. The Robotiks
  • Sugar Charlie & Jah Shakespear

1992 [ edit ]

1993 [ edit ]

1994 [ edit ]

1995 [ edit ]

  • Panache Culture
  • Toyin Adekale
  • Starkey Banton & Kingsounds
  • Bob Marley Recording Studio Showcase ft. Desi D
  • Captain Morgan and Echo
  • Daktari Sound
  • Ras Bors
  • Ragga Yves
  • Dennis World
  • Spots Road Show
  • Juc a Come
  • Freedom Sounds International

1996 [ edit ]

1997 [ edit ]

1998 [ edit ]

1999 [ edit ]

2000s [ edit ]

2000 [ edit ]

2001 [ edit ]

2002 [ edit ]

2003 [ edit ]

  • Sly & Robbie ft Michael Rose
  • Junior Reid & One Blood Band
  • T.O.K.
  • David Rodigan
  • Nyahbingi drummers
  • Original Uman
  • Rodigan ft. Coppaface
  • Eric Judah
  • Bubblegum
  • Factor X
  • Ragga Yves
  • Raggamuffin Whiteman & Sista G
  • 3T & Sista Nele
  • ROC ft. Calabash
  • Blessing by the drummers of Nyabinghi Mika & General Dub Progress
  • The Internationals
  • Queen Omega and Sista Band
  • LMS
  • Soulstereo
  • Bong Productions
  • Flash it up
  • TLP & Dors
  • Ashanti 3000 feat. Dread Pressure
  • Lion I Charjan & TD Ranking
  • Drummer of Nyabinghi
  • Thalita Gospel Choir
  • Jamaican Comedy

2004 [ edit ]

2005 [ edit ]

2006 [ edit ]

2007 [ edit ]

2008 [ edit ]

2009 [ edit ]

2010s [ edit ]

2010 [ edit ]

See also [ edit ]

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