September 14 & 15, 2019 – Funk N Reggae Music Festival

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Funk ‘N’ Reggae Music Festival


September 14 and 15, 2019

Funk ‘N’ Reggae Music Festival

Featuring Michael Franti & Spearhead, Don
Carlos, Guerilla Takeover, Ishi Dube, The Stallions, Object Heavy, and more

New expanded venue with camping:

Perigot Park, Blue Lake, CA / 301 Chartin Rd. 95525

Gates 10am

Saturday – Music 11am – 9pm

Sunday – Music 11am to 7pm

Tickets: Weekend Pass: $100

Kids ages 12 and under free

All ages

Live Music, DJ’s, Projection Dome Theater, Arts & Crafts, Food and Beverage Booths, Kids Zone with special guest appearances from Sesame Street Characters and more!

Forever Found Productions is proud to announce the 1st annual Funk ‘N’ Reggae Music Festival on the weekend of September 14 and 15, 2019 in Blue Lake at Perigot Park at 301 Chartin Rd. Moved from its original location in Eureka, the expanded venue now will provide an expanded dancing area, comfortable grass areas to sit back and relax while you enjoy the live music of Michael Franti, Don Carlos and other popular entertainers. There will also be limited VIP camping available on a first come first serve basis. This family-friendly event featuring live music, DJ’s, Projection Dome, arts & crafts, food vendors and beverage booths, and an entertaining and educational Kids Zone with special guest appearances from Sesame Street Characters, and more. 

Headlining on Saturday, September 14 is Michael Franti and Spearhead. Michael Franti believes that there is a great battle taking place in the world today between cynicism and optimism, so he made his most recent album, Stay Human Vol. II, to remind himself and anyone else who’s listening, that there is still good in the world and that it is worth fighting for. The album has seen early critical acclaim and soared to the top of the charts including, #1 Billboard Independent Album Sales, #1 iTunes Top Albums Singer/Songwriter.

The songs on Stay Human Vol. II were inspired by Franti’s new self-directed documentary Stay Human, which has recently won array of awards on the film festival circuit. Stay Human features “heroic everyday people” whose stories have inspired the singer, activist and yoga practitioner during his travels around the world.

On Sunday, the legendary Don Carlos, the gentleman of reggae, takes the stage. This Jamaican reggae singer and composer began singing in 1973 as a member of Black Uhuru and sang alongside Garth Dennis and Derrick Simpson. In 1990 he re-united as the lead vocalist for a Black Uhuru album.

The line-up includes

Saturday 14:

Michael Franti and Spearhead, Object Heavy, Guerrilla Takeover, The Higher Logic Project, Mystical Lion w/ Ju Drum, The Stallions, Morgan D’Vinity, and EyereEyes

Sunday 15:

Don Carlos, B’Swizlos Mystery Lounge, Arkaingele w/ Seed n Soil, The Stallions, Ishi Dube, Dub Fyah, DJ Rundat

Gates to this inaugural festival open at 10am; music starts at 11am and goes until goes 9pm on Saturday with Silent Disco until midnight and 7PM on Sunday.

Online tickets are available at and The following local outlets will also sell physical tickets: Eureka: Heart of the Emerald Dispensary and The Works; Arcata: Wildberries; Redway: Redway Liquors; Fortuna; Redwood Thrift; Willits: Main Street Music, Ukiah – Ukiah Natural Foods.Tickets will also be available at the gate. Kids ages 6 and under are free.

Forever Found Productions will be debuting its new 30ft. diameter 360 Degree Projection Dome Stage/Theatre with amazing full immersion artistic content and planetarium shows. The Dome Screen is used as a canvas to surround the audience in a captivating experience using innovative technologies and projection mapping.Professional state-of-the art surround-sound completes the experience of total immersion. The 360 Projection Dome has programming for the kids during the day and at night turns into a DJ extravaganza with mind-blowing videos. Trailers are available on the event website.

Event Producer, Roy Gomez shares, “This event is for our community to celebrate the end of summer and harvest. Coastlanders know that September is the best weather in Humboldt. My family and I want to invite families down for music and fun. We moved to Blue Lake because of the good weather here and also the expanded capacity will allow families to bring their kids free of charge to enjoy the music, kids zone, arts and crafts and playground.”

The Kids Zone will offer photo ops with Sesame Street characters, face painting, bubble making and other entertaining and educational activities.

Funk ‘N’ Reggae Music Festival is sponsored by Flow Kana, Heart of the Emerald Dispensary, Humboldt County Grown, The City of Blue Lake, The Ink People, Fatbol, Visual Concepts, 12BC Productions, North Town Coffee, Ink People, Six Rivers Brewery, Piersons Building Center, 8 Mile Family Farms, Wildberries Market, Reggae Festival Guide, and Blue Lake Casino.

Vendor and media applications can be found at

For more information contact:

707-834-9781 or

Media Contact:

Kaati Gaffney

RBA Publishing & Publicity