Wee Dub Festival 2019

The UKs only metropolitan reggae festival taking place across 4 session in Edinburgh’s historic Old Town.

Edinburgh 14 Niddry Street South Edinburgh Old Town

Festival date: 2019-03-01

Doors for this fest open from 22:00 till 01:00.


Choose your ticket for this festival

Full Weekend Pass – Tier 1£32.00
Full Weekend Pass – Tier 2£36.00
Session 1 – Advance Ticket£11.00
Session 2 – Advance Ticket£5.00
Session 3 – Advance Ticket£15.00
Session 4 – Advance Ticket£14.00

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The legendary Wee Dub Festival returns on the first weekend of March 2019 to shake Edinburgh’s historic core, once again with a massive line-up covering reggae, roots, dub, dancehall, jungle and bass in many forms, topped by two giants of the scene: Jah Shaka and Adrian Sherwood. Aside from the established names we’ll be giving the stage to a range of great upcoming talent from around the UK. As always the vibe will be 100% on point in pure Wee Dub fashion.
The festival is spread over 4 main sessions powered by Scotland’s best soundsystems, as well as various fringe events. Tickets are on sale now, with a full weekend pass offering the best value, as well as for each individual sessions.
Wee Dub Festival presents our biggest line-up yet. A programme that features several heavyweights of the UK soundsystem scene alongside some great new talent and loads of local favourites. From roots and culture through to proper dub, dancehall, grime and pure party vibes, we got you covered. Tickets are available for individual sessions or for the whole weekend. Click the images below to learn more on each act.
Wee Dub welcomes you to historic Edinburgh for a weekend like no other…
The lineup for Wee Dub Festival can be found below:
Jah Shaka
Adrian Sherwood
Mungo’s Hi-Fi & Marina P
The Nextmen meet Kiko Bun & Dynamite MC
Kahn & Neek
Stalawa & Ponchita Peligros
Gardna and Kreed
Escape Roots & Tom Spirals
Electrikal
Messenger
Mighty Oak
Caya
Nem
Hometown Promotion
Soma b2b Papa Shanti
Vixen Sound
Sista Emma
Sta’sax and Aretha Marie-Jah
Edinburgh Roots Collective