The line-up for next year’s Jammin festival has been announced, with Sean Paul, UB40 (with Ali Campbell), Wyclef Jean and Shaggy all billed highly.
The full list has a total of 23 names, with other notable acts including Julian Marley (son of the late, great Bob Marley), Fiji, J Boog, Third World and Common Kings. Jammin 2024 will be held in Sydney and the Gold Coast on the weekend of 3-4. February; see here for info on tickets for both editions.
The festival itself debuted back in February this year with one-day events held in Perth, Wollongong and Brisbane. With its return next year, Jammin is officially the biggest active reggae festival in Australia.
In a press release, spokesman Matthew Spratt said of his team’s ambitions for Jammin 2024: “We’re delighted to bring some of the world’s biggest reggae artists to Australian shores – but this time with a bigger and better line-up. Australians have been longing for this type of festival, with over 50,000 tickets sold for the 2023 event.”
The full line-up for Jammin 2024 is:
UB40 foot Ali Campbell
Sons of Zion
Three houses down
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