Sugarloaf Reggae Fest 2022

Yes, you read that right. Thirty-four years…

Sugarloaf has been holding it down, hosting one of the hottest weekend parties of the year for 34 years now. If you’re from the state or you’re a New England shredder, you have heard about the festival even if you’ve never attended. For something to be coming back year after year for decades just proves that something is going right. Clearly, it’s pleasing the masses.

It’s been a weird couple of years navigating the outside world and party scene. Spring has sprung in 2022 and we are finally feeling a semblance of normalcy. Live events are back and we are all coming out of our quarantine and winter hibernations ready for human interaction and good times.

Kick-off spring the right way in the grooviest, most colorful, lively and fun event to hit the slopes. Sugarloaf Reggae Fest 2022 will be coming in hot on Thursday, April 7 starting at 9 p.m. and going strong until Sunday, April 10. This multiple-day event is jam-packed with, well, jams! The festival is four days long filled with music and non-stop parties right at the base of one of Maine’s favorite mountains.

If you've never experienced it for yourself, check out this video from 2019 to give you a taste of the high energy and happiness the Reggae fest brings:

The event is hosted by Baxter Outdoors and you'll be enjoying a crazy lineup of talented Reggae artists while sipping on Baxter Brewing Company's featured Reggae Fest beer:

There are multiple artists each day throwing down at the base of the mountain and at the stages located throughout the resort. This is going to be an incredibly lively, colorful, high-energy and fun event where smiles and laughter are just contagious.

We've spent too long indoors. It's time to let loose and welcome spring in with open arms. This is the best way to do it.

See you there?

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