Monterey, CA – The 10th annual California Roots Music and Art Festival has introduced its ultimate line up of artists for 2019. The three-day competition will happen on the historic Monterey County Fair and Event Center from May 24-26 in Monterey, California.

The occasion is ready to characteristic Cypress Hill, Atmosphere, Slightly Stoopid, Common Kings and extra.

Dan Sheehan, competition co-producer, defined the lineup’s meeting press launch saying, “When programming our ten-year lineup, I knew I needed to ship the very best illustration of what embodies the occasion and couldn’t be happier with the outcomes.”

He added, “The music is only the start. We are working with our visible artists for recent artwork installations and our greening crew to deliver much more environmental initiatives.”

Attendees can even be capable of get pleasure from pop up performances, DJ units and artwork installations in between units. The competition can even supply quite a lot of Monterey’s finest meals.

The California Roots Music and Art Festival has turn out to be the main reggae and roots competition within the United States. During the competition’s ten-year run, they’ve garnered acclaim from Forbes, Billboard and Pitchfork.

A listing of the performers and day-to-day breakdown will be considered under.

Friday, May 24
Stick Figure
Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals
Citizen Cope
Steel Pulse
The Green
Common Kings
The Skints
Don Carlos
For Peace Band

Saturday, May 25
Slightly Stoopid and Friends
Dirty Heads
Tash Sultana
The Expendables
G Love and Special Sauce
The Movement
Iya Terra
Jo Mersa Marley
Ocean Alley
Roots Of Rebellion

Sunday, May 26
UB40 feat Ali, Astro
Cypress Hill (performing Black Sunday)
Collie Buddz
Matisyahu (Performing songs from Live at Stubbs)
Dread Mar I
Jesse Royal
Kabaka Pyramid
The Elovators

Tickets will be bought here.

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