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ROTR 2016 

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Erica Botkin
Protoje performing with his band the Indiggnation Thursday night.
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The view from the Concert Bowl on Friday night.
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The Concert Bowl on Friday morning.
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Regalia adjustment on Bob Marley Way.
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British dancehall musician Gappy Ranks onstage Friday afternoon.
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Members of legendary Jamaican session band Soul Syndicate speaking with the press. Randy Valentine is on the left; Mad Professor is on the right.
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Jamaican new wave dub artist Janine “Jah9” Cunningham with the Dub Treatment, onstage Friday.
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The Mateel Community Center’s photo drone was a fixture in the sky all weekend, streaming live footage of performing musicians to the stage.
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It was after midnight, and this festivalgoer said he was stoked for the South Beach afterparty.
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The up-and-coming Jamaican group No-Maddz played an energetic set Saturday afternoon.
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The Concert Bowl at French’s Camp on Saturday afternoon.
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On Saturday afternoon a shirtless, cowboy-hatted man held himself apart from the throng.
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Sly Dunbar, drummer of No-Maddz, during his band’s Saturday afternoon set.
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Drummer Javier Delgado, vocalist Itawe Correa, and guitarist Mark Kondrat of bilingual jam band Locos por Juana.
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Sakura Koné, a.k.a. the Roots Master, poses a question at the No-Maddz press conference.
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Mali-born, Paris-based musician Fatoumata Diawara onstage Saturday.
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Friends enjoyed the sun on Bob Marley Way.
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Dancehall legend King Yellowman, pictured during his Saturday night set, is most likely more flexible than you are.
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Amsterdam-based Ziggi Recado at the press conference.
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The stage on Saturday night during controversial reggae artist Sizzla Kalonji’s headlining set. His history of gay bashing drew fire prior to the festival.
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Sizzla Kalonji and the Fire House Band performing Saturday night.
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Sizzla Kalonji speaking with the media at a highly controlled press conference.
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Protoje performing with his band the Indiggnation Thursday night.

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