Humboldt County's annual "Reggae on the River" festival was bigger then ever this year, adding an additional 80 acres to the already large venue. The addition of two river bars for camping allows concert goers the chance to rest up after along day of skanking to the island sounds of Sean Paul, Bunny Wailer and Ziggy Marley (just to name a few).
The festival offers a children's area with crafts and a playground area and uses only biodegradable plastics and eco-friendly papers, making it one of the most family and earth friendly events of its kind.
Hot Reggae artist Sean Paul took time before his performance to answer a few questions for TMZ, touching on his upbringing, traveling to Africa and what influences him.
Reggae on the River Brings the Rasta
8/9/2006 7:38 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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