Third Annual One Earth ReggaeFest Returns to ArtsQuest

DATE: Saturday, July 6

TIME: 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.

LOCATION: Levitt Pavilion, Air Products Town Square, The Williams Brew Stage at Palette & Pour and along 1st street.

Calling all Media!

ArtsQuest is excited to host the third annual free festival One Earth ReggaeFest in partnership with Movement Moves Media, Space Kamp, Rebel Sounds Rising and presented by Promise Neighborhoods of the Lehigh Valley.

Notable headliners this year include Long Beach Dub Allstars, SunDub, F.Y.A.H. and Mighty Mystic. Guests can also enjoy performances from over ten bands throughout the day. New this year will be a Drum Circle activity taking place on Levitt Lawn from 1:55 to 2:30 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend and participate so feel free to bring along a drum, shaker or fun instrument to get into the groove.

There will be a variety of food vendors during the day to satisfy your taste buds including Cubano X-Press, D&S Caribbean Kitchen, and Island Noodles. Retail vendors like Isasuma Art, Beauty by Monette, and Taryn’s Treasures will also be on site.

Come out and enjoy this free day-long festival featuring electric vendors, authentic Jamaican food and growing vibes for all ages. For more information visit

If interested in covering the event, please contact Bryn E. Keeney, Public Relations Coordinator, at to obtain credentials.

About ArtsQuest

ArtsQuest’s mission is to provide access to exceptional artistic, cultural and educational experiences using arts and culture as key elements of economic development for our urban communities. ArtsQuest™ supports this mission via the presentation of performing and visual arts, film, arts education classes and outreach, youth programming and cultural events. Through festivals such as its flagship event, Musikfest; the Banana Factory Arts Center; and the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks arts and cultural campus, ArtsQuest’s programming reaches more than 1.9 million people annually. The organization’s programs and events, over 50% of which are free to attend, have a combined economic impact of more than $136 million annually in the region.


Information provided to TVL by:
Bryn  Keeney
Public Relations Coordinator