Rebel Salute 2020
Written by adminVibe on January 9, 2020
Rebel Salute 2019 was a great year for one of Jamaica’s most anticipated events. Read our ultimate review of Rebel Salute 2019. 2020 there will be a few things to look at for during the two day event.
Things to look forward too
Starting with Friday it’s a must to catch Toots and the Maytals. It’s been a long road back to performing since the tragic incident that left lead singer Toots Hibbert sidelined for some time while he recovered.
Bobi Wine is another Friday performance that will be interesting to see. With all that Bobi and his country of Uganda has been through this past year I’m quite sure he has somethings to share with the people of Jamaica.
The talk of the year has been Kenyatta Hill since the situation last year was a challenge. Many people traveled to St.Ann’s Bay just to see his performance last year and 2020 the demand looks to be even higher.
Saturday night the lineup is super heavy to the point of just make plans to be locked in from start to finish if your a serious Reggae lover.
With the date closing in on Rebel Salute 2019 I flashed back to the days we used to receive the big year-to-year poster with the exact line-up for the two day event with 50 artist picture carefully crafted into the design with a bag of sponsored logos. We have been able to come up with is a list of the confirmed artist for the highly anticipated event. Here is the line-up by day:
Friday – January 17, 2020
Steel Pulse, Toots & The Maytals , Sanchez, Beenie Man, Bobi Wine, Terry Linen, Chevaughn, Tony Rebel Notis Heavyweight Rockaz, Torch, Abby Dallas, Mackeehan, Kenyatta Hill, Chi Ching Ching, Treesha, The Wailers Trio, Suga Roy & The Fireball Crew, Papa Michigan, Singing Melody, Queen Omega, Leroy Sibbles, Flourgon, General Trees, Stevie Face, Carl Malcolm, Lone Ranger, Johnny, Jermaine Edwards
Saturday – January 18, 2020
Richie Spice, Chronic Law, Jack Radics, Jahbar I, George Nooks, Anthony B, The Meditations, Queen Ifrica, Mortimer, I Octane, Jesse Royal, I Wayne, Louie Culture, Lady G, Mikey Spice, Errol Dunkley, Jack Scorpio, Steven Blake, Tony Tuff, Wayne Wade, Imeru Tafari, Hopeton James, Rhoda Isabella, Leba Hibbert, Benjy Myaz, Mischief, Dynamq Sound, Tafasta
For those who cannot attend the event live I’m not sure 100% but people may get to view the event in it’s entirety through the live broadcast which was a blessing the last few years. As we receive info we will distribute it out to the world.