Wee Dub Festival returns to Edinburgh in 2020

The 3 day celebration of all things reggae, dub and soundsystem culture, will mark its 10th birthday in the Scottish capital next year.

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 3rd Dec 2019

The annual Wee Dub Festival will once again take over the city of Edinburgh, from Friday 13th March to Sunday 15th March 2020, commemorating its 10th edition.

What first began as a small, one night event back in 2011, has now evolved into one of the UK's most prominent reggae events. The weekend-long festival, comprised of performances across some of the cities most established live spaces, on monstrous earth rumbling sound systems, has previously welcomed an array of the worlds most loved and respected selectors.

Artists to have appeared over the events illustrious past include the likes of Iration Steppas, dub champion and leading producer Mad Professor, Macka B, Dubkasm, Glasgow sound system and music production collective Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Chopstick Dubplate, Dreadsquad, Aba Shanti-I, Brother Culture, Soom T, Chainska Brassika to name a few. 

The Wee Dub Festival lineup for 2020's special, decennial anniversary looks to follow suit on previous events, with zero signs of exception being made.

Already confirmed to perform across the weekend, ticket holders can expect to see the likes of O.B.F. and SR. Wilson, Charlie P, Channel One Sound-System, Tom Spirals, Dutchie, Egoless and more. Mungo's Hifi, Dubkasm and Chopstick Dubplate amongst others, will also make their return to the festivals stages in 2020.

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