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Jamming Festival brings reggae to Colombia

The inaugural Jamming Festival celebrates Jamaican culture with live reggae performances, art, good and sports in Bogota May 20.

The festival’s organizers have called it “the biggest reggae event in Colombia” and will feature international superstars Barrington Levy, Sizzla Kalonji and Colombian favorites Systema Solar.

The eclectic festival will feature more than just music as it seeks to “find the essence of Jamaica” through a variety of cultural events, according to the event’s website.

The jamming begins at 11AM on May 20 at Marroquin Castle, located 20 minutes outside of the nation’s capital.

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