August 07, 2018 Slideshows » Arts + Scene

Reggae on the River 2018 

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Festivalgoers make their way to the concert bowl Friday afternoon.
Photo by Erica Botkin
Uniformed security personnel on Segways were new at the 2018 event.
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Reggae on the River is known for its camping along the banks of the Eel River.
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Fire danger was rated high on Friday afternoon.
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A skeleton effigy was erected by the entrance to the volunteer area on Friday afternoon.
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A woman showed off her pineapple-themed dance costume.
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This reggae fan had shaved his body hair into a bikini top for the occasion.
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An artist concentrated on her work near the stage.
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A mother and daughter in matching outfits dance to the sound of Israel Vibration.
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The stage during Hempress Sativa's set on Friday afternoon.
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Lascelle "Wiss" Bulgin of Israel Vibration.
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A vocalist took the stage during Israel Vibration's set.
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Cecil "Skelly" Spence of Israel Vibration.
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Dancing during Hempress Sativa's set.
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Costumed dancers posed for photo ops on the concert midway.
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Hair braiding was provided by vendors in the concert bowl.
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Four friends posed in the concert bowl on Friday afternoon.
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The High Times sign was a popular backdrop for selfies.
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Stilt walkers, fairies and feathered masks in the concert bowl on Friday afternoon.
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Fluorescent microbraids and Bob Marley merch are always in fashion at Reggae.
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Festivalgoers walk past a banner printed with an abstracted cannabis buds.
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Reggae fans in the concert bowl.
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Hempress Sativa in the media tent following her Friday afternoon set.
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The dancehall artist Cham.
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Cham during his Friday night set.
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Reggae fans in the front row during Busy Signal's Friday night set.
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The stage during Busy Signal's headlining Friday night set.
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The stage Friday night.
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