Reggae on the River returns to its original French’s camp venue on Aug. 1 to 4 and tickets go on sale, Friday, Feb.1.
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A total of 6,000 tickets will be made available to the public, with only 2,500 of those being early arrival tickets. They are expected to go fast due to heightened interest in this special celebration.
With the recent approval of the permit application for Reggae on the River by the Humboldt County Planning Commission, the Mateel Community Center’s plans are now in full swing to return the 29th annual festival to its original French’s Camp venue, located just north of the Humboldt County line in the Cook’s Valley area of Northern California.
The main three-day festival will take place Friday through Sunday, Aug. 2 to 4, and a limited number of early arrival tickets will allow access to the grounds and an extra evening of entertainment on Thursday, Aug. 1.
Tickets will be priced at $160 for the three-day pass or $210 for the four-day early arrival ticket.
They will be available online starting Friday, Feb. 1, and at local Humboldt and Mendocino county outlets shortly thereafter.
Camping will available on site for an additional price of $40 for the weekend, which will be assessed upon arrival for those wishing to camp. Stay tuned to the festival Website at reggaeontheriver.com or join the ROTR e-mail list for the latest event information, including the first wave of artist announcements coming soon.
Guaranteed to be an historic event, the 29th annual Reggae on the River is not to be missed according to organizers.
To find out more call the Mateel office at 707-923-3368 or visit reggaeontheriver.com.