WELCOME TO THE 27th ANNUAL
TRIBUTE TO BOB MARLEY
October 2nd, 2pm - 10pm
ROOTS, ROCK, REGGAE, & MORE!
FUN IN THE SUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT
Tubman Garrett Riverfront Park, in Wilmington, DE
THE 2021 ARTIST/ LINE-UP
For the Love of Great Music & Good Vibes...
"... in this age of technological inhumanity,
It's a world that forces lifelong insecurities...
We're the SURVIVORS!"
COME LIFT UP THE SPIRIT OCTOBER 2nd!
WE HAVE HISTORY!
THE SPIRIT OF THE PEOPLE'S FESTIVAL WAS BUILT UPON...
UNITY, ONE LOVE, & JUSTICE!
FEEL THE VIBES...
Good Vibes are what you can expect at the Peoples Festival! There is something for Everyone here!
The Children’s Village, Healing Garden, Bamboo Rain Hut, International Food Court, Arts and Crafts from around the world, Beer Garden and Wine Bar and some great positive Live Music from the stage, and soooo many great vibes from the people! Unity & One Love, Always!
“Let’s get together and feel alright!”, “One Love!”, “Rastaman Vibrations!”
ROOTED IN LOVE & INSPIRED BY FRIENDSHIP!
This festival is rooted in Love! Ibis (Godfrey Pitts), who Bob's mother always said was Bob's only friend in Wilmington, met Bob around 1968 and they became great friends for life. With his wife Genoveva (Genny) & their six children at the helm, they made realizing this Tribute to Bob Marley their mission. With the help of hundreds of dedicated volunteers throughout the years, they have produced a world-class event that has become one of the most anticipated events of the season in Wilmington drawing thousands from far and near! Our mission is to foster and promote cultural diversity through music, art, and educational programs that inspire Unity and One Love in our community as we were inspired to do by our beloved friend and brother, The Honorable Robert Nesta Marley, O.M.
It has been an honor to bring this event to our city. In our 27 year history, we have never canceled nor skipped this important event! We welcome you to join the Rastaman Vibration and help lift the spirit of One Love!
"We Jah People CAN make it work!" - B. Marley