By Staff Reports
(Victorville) – After a blazing hot summer, the High Desert is set to chill out to the soothing sounds of some of the hottest reggae acts on the scene.
Reggae on Route 66 Music Festival, the High Desert’s newest music, car show and camping festival, is scheduled to present 30 of the world’s top reggae artists to the Inland Empire for the first time at the San Bernardino County Fair Grounds this September 14 –16, 2018. Headlining will be the internationally known The Green from Hawaii, winner of this year’s I heart radio Island Music Awards “best album of the year.”
Along with top reggae bands, the festival will also present a classic car show, original art displays, glass blowing, local craft beer vendors, gourmet food options and much more. For a list of confirmed acts and more information visit https://reggaeonroute66.com/home.
“We believe the SBC Fair is the perfect venue to host an event with so many different aspects and we’re excited to see the festival build on their success in the years to come,” said Geoff Hinds, General Manager of the SBC Fair.
General Admission and VIP pass options are on sale now with discounts available for early purchase.
On-site camping is also available from September 14th-17th. Visit www.SBCFair.com for details. For more information on the event or to schedule your event at the SBC Fair please call 760.951.2200 or visit www.sbcfair.com.