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Reggae Roast
When: 29 & 30 July 2016
Where: Granary Square, King's Cross, N1C
What: A reggae and Caribbean food ram-jam

One of our favourite events we’ve ever put on. We love reggae at KERB and look back longingly on the times when soundsytems were everywhere in London – truck-loads of speakers roaming around, setting up and making the streets throb with the latest sounds.

This was our homage to it. By linking up with the brilliant Reggae Roast and clustering all our favourite Caribbean street food traders, we made Granary Square brock out for two days straight. It was magic.

Catch the film HERE.