Reggae Pon The Mountain took place in Topanga Canyon, seemingly isolated and remote area yet somewhat close to the Valley, Venice, Santa Monica and Malibu areas. The Festival featured major acts such as Julian Marley & The Uprising, the legendary “Black Uhuru”, as well as local bands such as Jahgun & Reggae Motion, Quinto Sol and Iya Terra. The small performance stage is great for fans who want to feel close to the artists or bands, though limiting of the artists’ dances or movements. The natural setting in the mountains definitely added to the Caribbean Reggae vibes that Hippies and Reggae fans crave. The Festival also offered as usual a great variety of art, clothing and food vendors. The event was a moderate success with attendance which could be considered convenient in regard to crowd control, especially for the spectators who like to interact with the performers or get close to the stage.
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