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THE MAYJAH RAYJAH 2017 MUSIC FESTIVAL

Hawaii's largest reggae music festival returns to Waikiki Shell on July 28 and 29 in Honolulu Hawaii. This years lineup features artists from all over the globe with performance's by Grammy Award winner SHAGGY, reggae superstars SOJA , New Zealand's KATCHAFIRE and much much more.

Reggae music has such an influence in Hawaii's culture that we all come together every summer to celebrate its legacy. 

Festival producers promises to deliver an unforgettable experience and invite fans from all over the world to come an enjoy the great music here in paradise.

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OUR HOME

The Waikiki Shell has been the home of The MayJah RayJah Music Festival since its inception in 2010.

Its signature cone shell rooftop and majestic views of Diamond Head Crater has proven the Waikiki Shell to be one of thee most iconic venues in the world.

The Waikiki Shell provides 2,400 reserve seats and 6,000 lawn seating with perfect line of site to the main stage from anywhere in the house.

Legendary artists such as Bob Marley, Jack Johnson, UB40 and more has graced the stage of this historic venue.

Experience the Waikiki Shell for yourself this summer 2017. 

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IN honor of robert nesta marley

One of the 20th century’s most charismatic and challenging performers, Bob Marley’s renown now transcends the role of reggae luminary: he is regarded as a cultural icon who implored his people to know their history “coming from the root of King David, through the line of Solomon,” as he sang on “Blackman Redemption”; Bob urged his listeners to check out the “Real Situation” and to rebel against the vampiric “Babylon System”. “Bob had a rebel type of approach, but his rebelliousness had a clearly defined purpose to it,” acknowledges Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, who played a pivotal role in the Bob Marley biography by introducing Marley and the Wailers to an international audience. “It wasn’t just mindless rebelliousness, he was rebelling against the circumstances in which he and so many people found themselves.”