Thanks for your continued support throughout the years. Without everyones strength WWMF would not be where it is today. It is with a heart full of regret that we find ourselves unable to make WWMF possible for 2016. Having approached multiple sponsors/partners/investors we find that as we grow (by public demand & our own aspirations) our budget far surpasses what we are able to invest alone. For the past six years we have been able to fund WWMF with no assistance and organized off the strength of our amazing network. We believe this is what has kept us authentic and true to our mission. With our third album out and having our first round of promotional tours in the USA we have had a great year that has required much dedication and investment. We are undoubtedly committed to the success and longevity of WWMF, but we are aware we cannot do it alone.
We plan to go back to the drawing board and restructure for 2017 to be able to bring to you the most quality product that we plan to represent our festival.
We’d like to offer an opportunity for anyone to give us feedback/opinion if you choose too. Please lookout for more correspondence from the team as we plan to make WWMF a staple in Jamaica that everyone can be proud to be a part of every year. Again thank you for understanding
Kumar Bent on behalf of the Raging Fyah Family & WWMF Team.
Raging Fyah is pleased to bring to you a two-day haven for real roots rocking reggae & dancehall fans on the beach in Jamaica. It’s just how one would envision — we provide a world class line up, the perfect seaside setting, holistic cultural, art activities & workshops and a eco-friendly natural lifestyle for nomads, music lovers and families.
As always we will have a special lineup – showcasing amazing artists & sound systems paying homage to reggae music around the world. We aim to inspire people to travel to Bull Bay for a unique experience every year.
Our Wickie Wackie events have always been the first of its kind in the Jamaican roots/rock/reggae scene and as always, will contribute to the growth of local music community. We are also strongly believe in the environmental consciousness and the development of ecotourism in Kingston & surrounding areas.
Wickie Wackie Beach is located 8 Miles outside of Kingston Jamaica, approximately 15 minutes from Norman Manley Airport. Every year during the first week in December, this small beach community turns into a Wickie Wackie World Headed East into the Parish of St. Thomas, the Wickie Wackie area is home to Jamnesia, 8 Mile Sound, Bob Marley Beach, Cane River & more!
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