No Logo Festival : Ghana’s Stonebwoy Excites Audience At France’s Biggest Reggae Festival

Renowned Ghanaian reggae/dancehall performer, Stonebwoy represented Ghana at the “No Logo” event in France and also put on a magnificent performance. His Therapy Summer tour, which began on June 24, 2022, in Portugal, includes this event.

No Logo Festival Stonebwoy, No Logo Festival : Ghana’s Stonebwoy Excites Audience At France’s Biggest Reggae Festival

The greatest reggae-themed festival in France, “No Logo,” attracts the top stars on the global reggae scene. On the first day of the three-day festival, Stonebwoy performed alongside a stellar lineup of well-known performers, including Collie Buddz, Burning Spear, Las, Steel Alive, and others.

One of Stonebwoy’s strong suits is his ability to command the audience, and at the event, he did just that. He let the crowd sing along to some of his well-known songs, and they were well received.

Lastly, The Therapy Summer Tour Festival will end today in the Netherlands at the Reggae Sundance Festival.

Watch excerpts from the festival below.

 

About No Logo Festival

The No Logo Festival, which in just a few years has become the biggest reggae festival in France, was created in 2013. In just forty days, the festival was up and running for his first edition on 14 & 15 August 2013, on the emblematic site of Les Forges de Fraisans in the Jura. Coming from the world of reggae music, our programmer took up the challenge of welcoming the biggest names on the international reggae scene to the heart of the Jura from his first edition!

But why “No Logo” ??

In addition to the desire to set up a festival with a reggae aesthetic, the organization wanted above all to develop a totally independent event, based on the unique adhesion of the festival-goers to the project. In addition to the desire to set up a festival with a reggae aesthetic, the organization wanted above all to develop a totally independent event, based on the unique adhesion of the festival-goers to the project. A festival that would not depend on the goodwill of public institutions to grant subsidies, that would not be subject to lobbying by large multinationals that would impose their communication everywhere on the festival, and finally, a festival that would not have to grant excessive privileges to major patrons. In short, a festival that belongs only to his festival-goers.

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