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One Love Festival

One Love Festival 2015

 Popham Airport, Winchester
Ticket Information
Very limited early bird tickets available

Adult Weekend camping £110
Child Weekend Camping £55
Family Weekend Camping £280

Adult Day Ticket £39.00
Child (11-15yrs old) Day Ticket £20.00
Under 10’s are free

Live In Vehicle £50.00
Car Park £10.00
Day Camping Pass £10

Available from the One Love Website

More information about One Love Festival

One Love aims to bring together the best in reggae, dub and electronic music. The festival was created in recognition of one of the worlds greatest ever rock gig, Bob Marley’s famous 1978 One Love concert.

One Love will see the gathering of music fans to listen to 100’s of performing artists and visual DJs, playing a selection of Reggae, Dub, and Electronic music. Staged amongst four music areas, the festival will also bring a whole host of additional entertainment, including a healing and green field area, body and soul tent, spoken word area, workshops and market stalls selling a range of craft and wares. With a huge variety of food and drink representing some of the world’s finest cuisines will be on offer.

One Love Festival offers something for everyone. Bringing together all the facilities and allures of a large-scale event but with the personal touch of a small, independent occasion, it will be a weekend that won’t easily be forgotten.

About One Love concert (1978)

The One Love Peace Concert was a large concert held on April 22nd, 1978, at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica. This concert was held during a political civil war in Jamaica between opposing parties; Jamaican Labour Party and the People’s National Party. The concert came to its peak during Bob Marley & The Wailers’ performance of “Jammin”, when Marley joined the hands of political rivals, Michael Manley (PNP) and Edward Seaga (JLP).

Bob Marley said the following as he called the two politicians onstage and held their hands above his head:

“His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie, I run lightning, leading the people of the slaves to shake hands. . . To show the people that you love them right, to show the people that you gonna unite, show the people that you're over bright, show the people that everything is all right. Watch, watch, watch, what you're doing, because. . I'm not so good at talking but I hope you understand what I'm trying to say. I'm trying to say, could we have, could we have, up here onstage here the presence of Mr. Michael Manley and Mr. Edward Seaga. I just want to shake hands and show the people that we're gonna unite . . . we're gonna unite . . . we've got to unite . . . The moon is high over my head, and I give my love instead. The moon is high over my head, and I give my love instead.”

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2015 Lineup

Line up to include

Mykal Rose

Vernon Maytone *The Maytones*
Dennis Bovell & Dub Natty Sessions
Echo Minott
Macka B
Tristan Palmer
Little Roy
Saxon Sound Marquee
Fatman Sound Vs Youthman International Vs King Tubbys Vs Mackabee Sound Vs Coxsone Vs Soul Stereo Vs Foundation Sound
Horseman and the Upper Cut Band
Teddy Dan
Norris Man
Donette Forte's Urban Lions Band
Randy Valentine
Mixmaster Morris Ambient Dub Sessions
Twilight Circus
Nick Manasseh
Earl Gateshead
Dubversion Sound
Erin Bardwell Collective
King Tuts Revenge
Heritage Survival
Reggae Icons
Talawa Roots
The Objectors
The Ohmz
Sticky Rhythms Band
The Dublings
Max Barry
Zuri Aura
Avalon Roots
2 Kings featuring henry and Louis feat Peter culture
Titan Sounds
Jah Lion Sound Movement
Easy Dread
Instrument of Jah
King of Eye
Dialect and Kosine
Roof Top Sounds
Unity Hi Fi
3 Lions Sound ft Digital Digsy
Rooftop Sound
Third World
Twinkle Brothers
Junior Kelly
Mad Professor
Stone Love meets Saxon
Earl 16
Vivian Jones
Nucleus Roots
Frank Aird
Edge Michael
Atomic Spliff
Jah Tubby
Don Letts
Jah Free
Jah Warriors
Direct Impact
Ramon Judah and Diverse Collective
Trinity Lo Fi
Jah Lion Sound Movement
Sparky Riot
Arkham Karvers
Beam Up
Dawn Penn
Marla Brown
Aruba Red
Dasha Fyah
Roots Queen
Nattylyn Jeffers
Sister Maya
Lioness Izasha
Hootchie Roots Girls
Sistah Sarah
Bliss Zion
Lady Saw
Lady Fyah
Maya Dub Flute
Sophia Vibing King
Aleighcia Scott
Maddy Carty
Lady Livewire
Zeena Banks
Frederica Tibbs
Bianka Jagwar
Troy Ellis
Dub Natty Sessions
Don Campbell
Earl Gateshead
Smith & Mighty
Ambient Dub Sessions
The Heritage Survival Band
Bobo El Numero Uno
The Defekters
Elisha Howe
Indica Dubs feat. Shelly Ravid
Reality SoulJahs
Svaha Sound
Real Roots
Roots Sensation
Princess Ayolah
Freshly Baked
Jim Syte
King Solomon Band
I-jay and the Reggae Revival Allstars
Dinah Saw
DJ Darren Hoy
Ben Harper
Dub Drifters
and Hiroshi Tamamura.

This information was last updated on 27/05/2015 21:07. Please check with the event website for any last minute changes.
Where can I find this event?
Popham Airport
Coxford Down
SO21 3BD
United Kingdom

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