Calgary International Reggae Festival
Featuring a mixture of local and international reggae acts, the festival has taken place every year since 2004. Starting as a one-day event, by 2008 it had expanded to a ten-day festival. The festival was co-founded by Leo Cripps, the host of CJSW-FM's Caribbean Link-Up show, and from an early stage it was sponsored by radio station Vibe 98.5.
The 2014 event was headlined by Third World.