Event starts 11-23-2013, Miami, FL. 




We know you’re all stoked to start mapping out your Miami Reggae Festival 2013 experience so let's begin by telling you that YOU TOTALLY ROCK and because of you We Are Rockers -WELCOME TO THE ROCKERS EXPERIENCE!


FESTIVAL TIMES: 11AM - 11PM We're starting the party early and keeping it going late! Doors open at 10am for YOGA which begins at 11AM so plan accordingly and get there early. Doors open for Concert at 1pm.


Disclaimer we are getting a lot of calls about the FREE admission before 3pm with food donation. This is TRUE however please note it is a hard cut off you MUST be in the park BEFORE 3pm not 3:01pm or in line but inside the park. So please use due diligence and be on time. Tickets at the door will cost more. So if you know you will not make it to be in the park by 3pm then we advise you to get your tickets now so you won't miss this historical festival. Now that the small stuff is out of the way don't forget to stay hydrated and pace yourself cause the last set doesn't end until 11pm!


Bring Lots of FOOD DONATIONS. Remember this is why we are doing this. To help the less fortunate. You cannot get in without a food donation Period!

Music Schedule Announced:

10:00pm – Cultura Profetica

8:45pm – Stephen Ragga Marley

7:30pm – Tiken Jah Fakoly

6:15pm – Natiruts

5:00pm – Midnite

3:45pm – Gondwana

2:45pm – Black Slate

2:15pm – Carroll Thompson

1:30pm – Causion

12:45pm – Bachaco

11:00am – AEROGA | Yoga


Deejays will be rotating throughout the set changes featuring Don One Musical Showcase, Cornerstone Sounds, Dj Majestic MC is Lance O.

Pick your Hang Out Spot: Make sure you take lots of cool pics to share, post & tweet. It promises to be a ROCKING Festival so as Bob would say: "Hit Me With Music!"


The Miami Reggae Festival or as our yogi friends call it the One Love Nutrifest in Coconut Grove, Miami's Peacock Park on Saturday, November 23rd expresses our hopes and dreams of a world in which what we have in common is far greater than that which divides us. Through the Festival, we live not by looking at each other but by looking together in the same direction.  The 4th annual festival brings together music and food from around the world and will donate a portion of all ticket proceeds to TECHO - a youth led non-profit organization at work in 19 countries including Latin American and the Caribbean. This festival where the admission requires a mandatory minimum donation of two non-perishable food items per person, features a lineup as diverse as Miami itself.


Festival will showcase 10 bands from 9 nations coming together to raise awareness and treat music lovers to a full day of international sounds. Joining Jamaican reggae progeny Stephen "Ragga" Marley on the lineup are Tiken Jah Fakoly from Africa’s Ivory Coast, Cultura Profética from Puerto Rico,Natiruts from Brazil, Midnite from St. Croix USVI, Gondwana from Chile, Black Slate & Carroll Thompson from the United Kingdom, Bachaco from Venezuela and Causion from Antigua. The event also features DJ performances from Don One Musical ShowcaseCornerstone Sounds & DJ Majestic plus MC Lance O of Kulcha Shok Muzik.


Miami Reggae Festival

Miami Reggae Festival is a family-friendly event featuring an artisan village of visual arts and handicrafts; various culinary vendors; an “Artecology Experience,” offering interactive games for kids about sustainability, healthy living seminars and workshops, including AEROGA ® Yoga in the Park from 11 am - 12:30 pm, a bike valet, and so much more.


Music has always had the power to unite and inspire humanitarianism. The festival will unify Miami’s diverse community through music while donating a portion of all ticket proceeds plus food collected at the event to aid Dade County residents living in poverty. The rations collected at the event will be re-distributed to families in need in Coconut Grove, Overtown and Liberty City by artists, volunteers, and members of TECHO and Rockers Movement.


Rockers Movement is proud to promote the Zero Waste Initiative at Miami Reggae Festival. In a committed effort towards sustainability, the Reduce, Reuse, & Recycle model will be implemented to prevent trash and organic materials from going into landfills and incinerators, thus diverting tons of waste and greatly reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The festival will also work food vendors to collect edible food items to feed people and food scraps to feed animals.