After two days of festive fun, eager fans raced through the gates in the rain on Sunday to get to carch HIRIE in action. The Orange County boys of The Simpkin Project followed on the side stage as New Zealand Reggae star Sammy Johnson followed main stage.
After two days of festive fun, eager fans raced through the gates…
The Ohana vibes radiated on the KOI CDB Stage with Hawaiian band The Green. Back for their second visit to the festival and bringing with them their catchy alternative/hip hop vibes, Katastro were next up on the second stage. Quickly following on the SMKFLWR Stage was GRAMMY recipient Morgan Heritage. Back over at the KOI CBD Stage, Orange County Natives, Common Kings brought their feel-good vibes to get the crowd moving, while Maui sweetheart, Anuhea, closed out the female performances of the weekend on the SMKFLWR Stage.
Crowd favorite, J Boog started out the evening sets on the KOI CBD Main Stage, with Josh Heinrichs following on the SMKFLWR side stage. As Iration kept the party going on the main stage, One Love Cali Reggae Festival newbie Kyle Smith took the crowd by storm.
The hip hop duo Atmosphere stormed onto the KOI CBD Main Stage with a vengeance while the reggae punk rhythms before Sublime with Rome closed out the weekend. With three sold out days in Long Beach in the books, One Love Cali Reggae Fest 2019 came to an end. Until next year!
Photography by Sean McCracken
Recap by Jenni Lynne