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Glastonbury Festival resale tickets go on sale

Resale tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2016 go on sale at 9am today (17 April).

In order to purchase cancelled/refunded tickets, priced at £228, ticket buyers must have been registered beforehand to be eligible. 

Registration is now closed.

Glastonbury Festival takes place on 22-26 June at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.


PROTOJE and MADNESS to play Glastonbury

Jamaican musician PROTOJE and legendary ska band MADNESS are among the first acts confirmed for Glastonbury Festival this year.

Glastonbury takes place on 22-26 June at Worthy Farm, Pilton, in Somerset.


PROTOJE to play Reading and Leeds Festivals

Jamaican musician PROTOJE will perform at the Reading and Leeds festivals later this summer.

Over the August bank holiday the festivals will also feature reggae DJ DAVID RODIGAN and dub metal band SKINDRED, among many others.


Guardian drops end of year reggae playlist

Erin MacLeod, writing for The Guardian, has revealed her latest playlist featuring the best reggae, dancehall and soca of 2015.

According to this list Jamaicans still rule the roost with PROTOJE’s “Answer To Your Name”, “Well Done” by KABAKA PYRAMID and a big track by imprisoned dancehall star VYBZ KARTEL.


Live review: PROTOJE at the O2 Academy Bristol

Rising reggae star PROTOJE and THE INDIGGNATION band performed in Bristol last Sunday [18 October] for the first time ever.



UK reggae artist HOLLIE COOK has been added to four dates on the upcoming PROTOJE and THE INDIGGNATION tour.

COOK will be appearing on 13, 14, 18 and 20 October, while BECCA D will be on all dates except Brighton. TODDLA T will be performing at the Oxford show.

The big tour includes the following dates:


Jamaica dominates MOBO reggae nominations

The nominees for the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards can now be revealed, including five Jamaicans in the 'Best Reggae Act' category.

The shortlist includes the following artists:


Interview: ReggaeChapter speaks to PROTOJE

Rising Jamaican artist PROTOJE will be hitting the UK this month for his first ever tour of the country.

With his third album Ancient Future going stratospheric this year, a lot of material from the new record will be aired on the seven-date tour. 


PROTOJE reveals big UK tour

Jamaican reggae singer PROTOJE and THE INDIGGNATION band will be in the UK later this year for a seven-date tour.

The 'Ancient Future Tour' includes the following dates:


New Guardian playlist: KARTEL, CAPLETON & PROTOJE

The Guardian has put out its latest reggae, dancehall and soca playlist featuring new tracks from the likes of Jamaican artists VYBZ KARTEL, CAPLETON and PROTOJE.


The Guardian drops new reggae playlist

The Guardian newspaper has put out a new reggae, dancehall and soca playlist featuring MACHEL MONTANO and PROTOJE.

Other highlights from this month’s selection include soca singer DESTRA GARCIA, GRANNY by Trinidadian comic NIKKI CROSBY and Montreal’s FACE T.


BoomTown TrenchTown District revealed

STEPHEN MARLEY, SOJA and BARRINGTON LEVY are among the latest additions to this year’s BoomTown Fair TrenchTown District.

The festival takes place on 13-16 August at the Matterley Estate, near Winchester in Hampshire. Tier three tickets are priced at £155 for the weekend.


PROTOJE lines up London show in 2015

Basslaced and RamJam have teamed up to bring another reggae superstar to the UK shores next year: PROTOJE.

The Jamaican artist will be making his full live debut in London in March alongside THE INDIGGNATION, DAVID RODIGAN, CONGO NATTY, ROOTIKAL and more.

The show takes place on 27 March 2015 at the Electric Brixton in South London.


Guardian puts out reggae, dancehall & soca playlist

The Guardian has put out a brand new reggae, dancehall and soca playlist ‘from Kingston to Kampala’.


Tickets on sale for PROTOJE show in the UK

Tickets for Jamaican artist PROTOJE’s upcoming performance in Manchester go on sale this morning (12 August) from 9am.


The Guardian reveals Jamaican artists 'you need to know about now'

The UK’s Guardian newspaper has published an article called ‘Sounds of Jamaica: eight acts you need to know about now’.

The list includes: