Performance2017

 Jah SteveCounteract Crew 

Jah Steve and the Counteract Crew are the latest Reggae phenomenon to hit the stages of South Florida. To paraphrase Reggae maestro Bob Marley, one good thing about the Counteract Crew is that when their music hits you, you feel no pain.

ARTIKaLSound System


After years of performing in numerous Reggae bands, the members of ARTIKaL Sound System joined to create a group with a fresh sound inspired by the South Florida Reggae scene. In September of 2012, they debuted their self-titled EP which blends Reggae with Hip-Hop, Dancehall and R&B. ARTIKaL has collaborated with some of the most influential musicians and artists in the Reggae scene.

JoviRockwell

Joelle Clarke, popularly known as Jovi Rockwell, is a singer, songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica. Jovi Rockwell has Collaborated with Bruno Mars, Flo Rida, Mims, Akon and Ne-Yo. She also released a number of singles in Jamaica and the US, singles which includes Caribbean and European hits.

 King WaggyTee 

King Waggy Tee earned the title of "King" by winning South Florida's Selector Clash 3 years in a row.. This was a contest where the audience got to judge for the Selector that Represented the best selections, style, execution and performance for the night, some what like the World Clash of today. The winner was crowned KING for that year.

Black SupremeSounds


Black Supreme Sounds - West Palm Beach

 M.Y.M.A.- 

M.Y.M.A.

 FuturePrezidents 

Future Prezidents iz a LIVE and DIRECT original style reggae band, hailing from Palm Beach County, Florida. Future Prez opened for world class international reggae sensation Jimmy Cliff at SunFest 2013 in West Palm Beach.

2016 Performance

 YellowManDancehall 

King Yellowman gained national recognition after he won the Tastee Talent Competition, then in the early 1980s broke big with the hits I'm Getting Married in the Morning, Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt, Zungu Zungu Zeng and Mad Over Me, revived in part recently by Buju Banton.

LucianoReggae


Music has run deeply throughout Luciano's life. Luciano estimates to have made at least 40 albums; the prolific artist releases three (full length) CDs per year. "I have so much music and messages, that I cannot be holding it inside of me," he declares. "I am well known as a cultural reggae singer, I have an international message and so I cannot deliver it just to reggae fans. I have to extend it to people from all walks of life."

George AcostaEDM

Coming up playing warehouse parties in his native Miami, he then went on to producing tracks of his own with such international hits like Planet Soul, Emotions, Taking Over Space, R U Awake and The Reaper. He then made the next logical step for a successful DJ/producer and opened his own record store, Grooveman Music in Miami.

 Code RedBand 

In October, 2002, Code Red Band was created by a group of individually talented Jamaican musicians residing in South Florida. Word soon got around that there was a wicked band playing in various reggae clubs and shortly thereafter everyone was scrambling to hear this band. Code Red is superbly talented and is one of the most sought after bands emerging out of South Florida.

Bradley Brown& Friends


Bradley began his musical career at the tender age of eight. Bradley toured with Mikey Spice, Tinga Stewart, Sanchez, Screw Driver, Kashief Lindo & John Holt. Bradley was also blessed to play for artist such as the late Dennis Brown, Kymani Marley, Culture, Johnny Dread & Gregory Issac. Bradley recorded with Morgan Heritage, Sizzla & Gentleman.

 Dutty DexDancehall 

Dj Dutty Dex is one of the most premier DJ in South Florida. Dutty Dex has made a name for himself in the music fraternity playing at some of the most exclusive parties and events.

 Jah SteveCounteract Crew 

Jah Steve and the Counteract Crew are the latest Reggae phenomenon to hit the stages of South Florida. To paraphrase Reggae maestro Bob Marley, one good thing about the Counteract Crew is that when their music hits you, you feel no pain.

2015 Performance

 Third WorldBand 

Third World Band is one of the longest-lived reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica's most consistently popular crossover acts among international audiences. While the band was long capable of authentic roots reggae, they usually preferred to mix in elements of RnB, funk, pop, and rock (and, later on, dancehall and rap).

Spred The DUB


Formed in 2007, Spred The Dub has been keeping crowds dancing all over South Florida with their own brand of "Good Time Reggae" music - infusing elements of soul, funk and r&b with a foundation of rocksteady, ska and roots reggae to create sonic landscapes and massive drum & bass riddems.

Causion

Causion, Antigua, West Indies. Causion came from a musical family and inspired by the music of Jamaica recorded his debut, the uplifting 'African Girl', in combination with the UK-based DJ Spider Don. While the song proved a hit in and around the Caribbean it was largely ignored in Jamaica.

 King WaggyTee 

King Waggy Tee earned the title of "King" by winning South Florida's Selector Clash 3 years in a row.. This was a contest where the audience got to judge for the Selector that Represented the best selections, style, execution and performance for the night, some what like the World Clash of today. The winner was crowned KING for that year.

GIO


For over 2 decades, GIO has been entertaining all over south florida. He got his start in the early 90's as a drummer for a band called Vou Dou Danse. Opening for artists like 2 Unlimited, Erotic Exotic, Johnny O, 2 Hyped Brothers & a Dog, Viola Wills, and many more.. During the mid 90's he was introduced to the Florida Breaks scene.

Teacha

Born in Long Island, NY, introduced to reggae by friends, bought all the classic, foundation records in Greenwich Village in the 80's & 90's. Fell in love with the drum-n-bass vibes, moved to Delray Beach, FL . Took up surfing, began teaching, and, oh yes; became an underground sensation in the local reggae scene! That is the short version of a very long road traveled by Adam "Teacha" Barnes.