Come January 17th and 18th, Reggae fans from across the world will again journey to Jamaica for Rebel Salute 2014. Rebel Salute promises to always offer some of the most diverse live reggae performances, and come Rebel Salute 2014 the organizers said patrons can come expecting nothing less.
For Rebel Salute 2014, Organic Heart, the organizers of the festival will be sticking to their core principles of offering a wholesome family event in an alcohol-free, no smoking environment where fans can embrace the finest performances, arts and Jamaican culture. “We want the reggae family to reunite; and re-ignite a cultural charge across the broad spectrum of reggae artistes destined for our Rebel Salute stage in 2014, proving once again that Jamaica is a world class destination for entertainment.” read the Organic Heart press release.
Scenes from Rebel Salute 2014 press launch
This year, Rebel Salute relocated their press launch to a more festivity conducive venue just to give the media, sponsors and entertainers a more fitting ambiance of what to expect at Rebel Salute 2014. Invitees were treated to performances from Empress Itilafeyah, Eljai, The Tamlins, I-Wayne, Capleton and the big man himself, Tony Rebel; all booked for Rebel Salute 2014.
“The lineup strikes a delicate balance between several generations of reggae’s heritage. Like a family tree, we secure the roots first before branching out to explore the DNA of musical bloodlines, traditions and influences.”
Rebel Salute 2014 is scheduled for January 17th, & 18th, 2014 at Richmond Estate in the beautiful, and peaceful parish of St. Ann, Jamaica.
See you at Rebel Salute 2014!
Liam Monaghan is an official contributor to IReggaeNation. He is host and DJ at Reggae Roots & Bass (UK), his very own brainchild; a program committed to bringing the raw and authentic roots, reggae, dancehall, carnival and bass sounds to a global audience. His program started on Leeds Student Radio, then later adopted by All Star FM for the summer of 2014.