BIG NEWS! I have been invited to play at the 8th annual Northwest World Reggae Festival (NWWRF) in Marcola OR. I am so grateful as I will be playing alongside other Southern Oregon heavyweights including Indubious & Alcyon Massive. I am SO grateful to be given this opportunity to play in front of the Northwest Reggae Community. I have heard GREAT things about NWWRF and I can only imagine what this year has in store! Hope to see my PacNW family out in full force! Get your tickets now! More details are below!
Cornflower’s set times:
Saturday August 11th – Woodland Stage @ 2pm-3pm
Saturday August 11th – Main Stage @ 4:30pm-5pm
Oregon’s Only and Oregon’s Constant Gardener present
The 8th annual Northwest World Reggae Festival
The 8th Annual Northwest World Reggae Festival will be welcoming conscious musical artists from around the world performing ROOTS – ROCK – REGGAE! This will be our last year at Bob’s Ranch before we move to our new larger home. Come help us say THANKS to Bob and the Marcola Area for the wonderful magic and IRIE times!
Tickets on sale now at: www.nwwrf.com
Luciano, Sister Carol & the I-Life Players, Wailing Souls, Pato Banton and The Now Generation, Duane Stephenson, Live Wyya, I-Taweh, Ras Attitude, Batch, Tuff Lion, Alcyon Massive & The Bound For Glory Band, Rocker – T, Paula Fuga & Mike Love, The Escort Service, Indubious, Saritah, Messenjah Selah, Asheba, Kulcha Knox, Cornflower, Nakeeba, J Ross Parrelli, Jah Breeze and The South Shore Girls Pan Ensemble, State of Jefferson, Rising Buffalo Tribe, Crucialites, Denbaya Drum and Dance, Tribal Drum Ensemble, Nyahbinghi Meditation Closing Ceremony led by Rocker -T, Jagga, Bobby Hustle, Dway, Brimstone Sound, Small Axe Sound, Blessed Coast Sound, Zions Gate Sound, Militant Inification, Lionheart Sounds, Matt Haze, Rebel Radio Frank, DJ Dub Cowboy, DJ Red Fya, with MC’s: J Ross Parrelli, I-Chele, Tilisha, Kufunya Ife, Fonta Earthstrong
OREGON TICKETS OUTLETS
OREGON’S CONSTANT GARDENER
WEST – 2385 West 11th Eugene 541-636-4220
EAST – 2053 Laura Springfield 541-747-8170
CORNERSTONE GLASS & SUPPLY
1068 West 2nd Avenue 541-341-1788
CORNERSTONE CAMPUS STORE
446 E 13th Ave 541-844-1585
3215 West 11th Ave 541-683-6902
HOUSE OF RECORDS
258 East 13th Ave 514-342-7975
THE COSMIC DEPOT
342 NE Clay 541-385-7478
JACKPOT RECORDS /Hawthorne
3574 SE Hawthorne 503-239-7561
3959 SE Hawthorne 503-239-8009
ROOTS GARDEN SUPPLY
6850 N. Interstate 503-285-4768
NWWRF TICKETS AND INFO AT
NWWRF’s success is due to the creative energy, dedication, skills and talents of organizers, staff, volunteers, sponsors, vendors and performers. Family and friends will experience the jubilation and positive energy of this growing community. And it doesn’t stop with the music. Forget about the world outside while participating in diverse activities such as sunrise yoga, African dance classes, daily youth soccer camp, musical performances for and by the youth, visual arts displays, live painting and a growing green community spirit. Learn about local non-profit organizations and fair trade/sustainable businesses, re-fuel with a variety of delicious organic foods and explore fair trade crafts from more than 50 vendors, showcasing ideas to inspire your mind and energize your soul.
NWWRF is a family friendly festival. Again this year we are offering a Youth Soccer Camp on Saturday and Sunday, with professional coaches from the Columbia River United Academy (CRUFA). Head coach Argelio “Arlo” De Leon will run a soccer clinic for kids ages 6-18. Bring your soccer gear and some sun screen and prepare to learn some new tricks! Kid’s Village, in the Grove, provides a safe environment with a shady arts and crafts area. Youth 14 and under are admitted free and families are welcomed in our Family Camp, nestled in the Quiet Cove.
With the help of major community participation, this annual event continues to inspire the massive to return year after year. Join the festivities and enter a world of positive, conscious, culture that will re-charge your mind, body and soul.
We asks our fans and crew to bring reusable containers and enjoy natural cascade spring water, available for free all around the site. “Pitch in and Win” by bringing your recycling to our sorting stations and receive a raffle ticket for the chance to win prizes from their many sponsors.
Refundable bottles and cans are donated to the Marcola Boy Scout chapter. Bio-diesel fuel powers the stage, site and trucks. All food waste is composted and wind power is used at NWWRF’s office. NWWRF strives to use the most sustainably made paper products available. The food booths and staff/performer kitchen are organic and local.
Through In Ticketing, a tree has been planted for each ticket sold, totalling over 12,000 trees over the past six years.
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE! is practiced throughout this planet friendly event.