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The Late Great Winston Hubert McIntosh aka Peter Tosh OM – a REGGAE AND HUMAN RIGHTS LEGEND

Life work trumpeted freedom and the struggle against injustice – Among the many causes about which he spoke most eloquently and campaigned most tirelessly for is the peril of nuclear weapons and he’s words in the song “No Nuclear War” is as relevant Today as they were 30yrs ago when he wrote them:

Too many people are hungry they don’t have enough food to eat –
free us from chains of misery –
unemployment I said the rate is high,
So much mad people getting ready to explode,
Inflation goin’ way up high –
And the dollar is going way down low –
we don’t want a nuclear war – with nuclear war we won’t go far –
People They want to live in peace And happiness –
Let the trees grow – Let the waters flow

RIEP Peter Tosh a Legacy that will live forever – version of the title track from Peter Tosh’s album, No Nuclear War.

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One Love Festival 2018

One Love Festival 2018

Aug 31, 12:00pm - Sep 2, 11:30pm

Gilcombe Farm
Bath,  BA10 0QE Map

One Love Festival 2018
GILCOMBE FARM, nr Glastonbury
BA10 0QE Bruton, Somerset

At the forefront of the UK Reggae scene for over 11yrs - Paving the way and setting the example - We are The Reggae People's Festival of un-dividing peace and un-conquering love - we create a reggae world that allows you to submerge yourselves within it completely - a reality where hope and love joins everybody into a combined and unbreakable positive force - where everyone is welcome and no-one's judged - an atmosphere of acceptance where there are no borders One People, One World

After 10 years of great events in the Home Counties we are really excited to be taking the Festival to the UK's spiritual home, to a mystical land engulfed in folk law, myths and legends - wonderful tales of magic and wonder including Stonehenge, Glastonbury Abbey and Tor - with unbelievable natural beauty, truly a "Gods own Country" of the lush rolling hills and valleys of Somerset. A place where the biggest and best Festival on Earth started “The Glastonbury Festival” (we have always thought Reggae is under represented at Glastonbury so we have taken Reggae to Glastonbury) With Glastonbury taking a year off in 2018 we thought the area needed some blessed up reggae vibes where we will introduce Reggae and Reggae Culture to a much larger audience -

This years presentation includes x 4 Nights Camping, a new Rasta Village, increased toilet and pamper facilities, increased children's and circus activities, more Healers in our dedicated Field of Love, a more relaxed laid back vibe even more spread out arenas with the emphasis on Nature and Peace. We are going back to the root of all festivals; a camping weekend festival dedicated to a better world
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