It's hard to believe that the Monterey Bay Reggaefest is now in its 16th year and still bringing the music that originated in Jamaica to an audience here on the Central Coast through the auspices of A&P Productions. While the dates have moved from the original Labor Day weekend slot at the Monterey Fairgrounds to the final days of July (this Friday through Sunday), the festival maintains its location and founding mission of providing common ground for all of the area's music lovers to come together with love. After all, that is the message of reggae and its true intent is to foster understanding and tolerance for all people to be one.
"I hope that everybody can get out to the Monterey Fairgrounds and come together," said Tanya Moore, media coordinator for MBRF. "Grab some foodies, art and wine people, and all the different subgroups of people you know that make Monterey such a beautiful place to live and bring them out to the reggae fest. The lineup is amazing."
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