Calgary International Reggae Festival Canada, Calgary

Calgary International Reggae Festival

The Calgary International Reggae Festival is an annual event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada that is organized by the Calgary Reggae Festival Society.

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.

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