Soča Reggae Riversplash

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Soča Reggae Riversplash
Genre Reggae
Location(s) Tolmin, Slovenia
Years active 2000-present
Website
Soca Reggae Riversplash

Soča Reggae Riversplash is a music festival in Tolmin, Slovenia at the confluence of the Soča and the Tolminka rivers. It mainly features reggae music by international musicians.[1]

1st Soča Reggae Riversplash 2000 (July 13–15), Tolmin (confluence)[edit]

2nd Soča Reggae Riversplash 2001 (July 12–14), Tolmin (confluence)[edit]

3rd Soča Reggae Riversplash 2002 (July 11–14), Tolmin (confluence)[edit]

4th Soča Reggae Riversplash 2003 (July 10–13), Tolmin (confluence)[edit]

  • Zion Train (United Kingdom)
  • B.R. Stylers (Italy)
  • Dubblestandart (Austria)
  • Radical Dub Kolektiv (Croatia)
  • Mikey Dread Mikey Dread (Jamaica)
  • Gentleman (Germany)
  • Terrakota (Portugal) www.terrakota.net
  • Irie Vibes (Slovenia)
  • Sly Asher & The Rooters (France)
  • Del Arno Band (Serbia & Montenegro)
  • Sista (United Kingdom)
  • Benjamin Zephaniah [1] & Sista (United Kingdom)
  • Djambi (Brazil)
  • Eyesburn (Serbia and Montenegro)
  • Superhiks (Republic of Macedonia)
  • Paprika Korps (Poland)
  • Red Five Point Star (Slovenia)

5th Soča Reggae Riversplash 2004 (July 15–18), Tolmin (confluence)[edit]

  • Brain Holidays (Croatia)
  • Siti hlapci (Slovenia)
  • Headcornerstone (Germany)
  • Culture feat. Joseph Hill
  • The Pokerheads (Slovenia)
  • HUMb (Belgium)
  • Go Lem System (Argentina / Spain)
  • Natural Black (Jamaica)
  • Artikal Crew (France)
  • R.A.S.M.C. & Mutant Dance (Serbia and Montenegro)
  • Fake Orchestra (Slovenia)
  • Djambi (Brasil)
  • Julian Marley & The Uprising (Jamaica)
  • Dub Rebellion (Bosnia and Hercegovina / Jamaica)
  • Dubital & Bomba Bomba (Italy)
  • Dubians (France)
  • B.R. Stylers (Italy)
  • Prince Alla (Jamaica)

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