Last Saturday, the 37th Reggae Geel festival closed in Belgium. True to form, it showcased a diverse package of acts including the Uprising Roots Band, Super Cat, Shaggy and Etana.
Promoter Dee Prater estimates that over 66,000 fans attended the two-day event which she described as “more than successful”.
“This year, I brought Super Cat to Europe for the first time in history and he rocked and didn’t stop. He brought on Josey (Wales) and Brigadier Jerry and also performed at the dancehall stage with David Rodigan,” Prater told the Sunday Observer.