An open-air celebration of the genre
Nomade Reggae Festival celebrates its fourth edition this summer, welcoming another lineup of the scene's most respected figures to the town of Frangy in France's southeast.
Across three days at its rural open-air site, the festival showcases dub and reggae veterans – the likes of Lee Scratch Perry, Capleton and Jah Shaka this summer – alongside newer talent from across Europe, Africa and from the Caribbean.
And the passion that the organisers have for the music also extends to values of international solidarity and charity, with money raised from the festival going towards building a medical centre in the rural Malian community of Sanankoroba.
The festival takes place in the rural French town of Frangy, in the country's south-east (around 30km from Geneva).
Rue du Stade, Frangy, 74270, France
Buses run to Frangy from nearby Bellegarde-sur-Valserine, which is linked directly by rail to Lyon, Geneva, Paris, Grenoble and other regional destinations.
Yes, all ticket-holders with have access to the free festival campsite.
Doors will open at 12:00 on each day, with the music finishing at 02:00. Performances will start at 15:00 on Friday, and at 14:00 on both Saturday and Sunday.
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