14th Annual Reggae in the Desert Brings Caribbean Sounds to Las Vegas June 13


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Reggae in the Desert, Las Vegas’ largest Reggae festival showcasing both the unifying power of Reggae music and the Caribbean lifestyle, announces the 14th annual music festival on Saturday, June 13 at the Clark County Amphitheatre

The all-ages music festival features J Boog, Maxi Priest, Yellowman, Anuhea, Etana, Stick Figure, Sister Nancy and more.

Vendors in the Caribbean Islands Vendor Village will have a wide assortment Caribbean-style food including jerk chicken, peas & rice and fried plantains. In addition to water and non-alcoholic refreshments, domestic and imported beers will be available. Various exhibits and Caribbean-inspired vendors will also be on site. ATMs are available.

Blankets for lawn seating are permitted, as well as one unopened/factory sealed bottle of water per person, still cameras (no video) and sunscreen. No weapons (with or without permit) are allowed. Other forbidden items include blow horns, balloons, umbrellas, lawn chairs, squirt and water guns or video equipment. No video equipment, unauthorized vending, concessions, merchandise or promotions literature.

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Reggae in the Desert is presented by Frederic Apcar Productions. Sponsors include Miller Lite, Bin 702, Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers Association, VintageVegas.net and Backstage Bar & Billiards.