Dan Wiltshire’s One Love Festival (cap. 5,000) will celebrate its 15th anniversary at a new location, Highden Estate in Worthing, this summer.
Billed as the UK’s longest continually running reggae festival, which takes place from 10-13 August, the event will incorporate new creative and artistic contributors and areas including the Om and Bass area (hosted by operators of the Om and Bass festival) and a healing and holistic therapies area.
Wiltshire said dub music pioneer Mad Professor will bring the music of his Gambian festival Back to Africa to One Love Festival this year, and that IQulah Rastafari and the Gideon Family will act as the festival’s co-curators
Wiltshire said, “We love West Sussex and the venue has extraordinary views of South Downs. We feel very blessed to be hosting our annual gathering here, it has a natural organic feel to it and we can’t wait to welcome everyone in celebration of peace and love.”