Watch Rototom Sunsplash Livestream from anywhere on the planet

Enjoying the festival from anywhere on the planet
The Rototom Sunsplash experience will be projected to the world via streaming on the festival’s Livestream on their Youtube channel. The public who cannot travel to Benicàssim will be able to follow the concerts on the Main Stage and the Lion Stage here. As well as several of the sessions programmed at the Reggae University and the Social Forum. Connect with the Rototom universe through the link and at

Benicàssim I Monday, 14 August 2023.- In 48 hours the ‘United for Peace’ edition of the Rototom Sunsplash International Reggae Festival kicks off in Benicàssim (Castelló, Spain). Seven days lie ahead – from 16 to 22 August – with an artistic display that includes more than ten hours of music a day on six stages and 142 concerts. The Jamaican music is the backbone of an experience that goes beyond the musical and the nocturnal. Debates, areas for children, youth and family audiences, sustainability, social commitment, coexistence and interculturalism (the festival expects more than 200,000 attendees from up to 70 countries). African dance sessions, planetary gastronomy and art give a pulse to the festival’s daytime agenda. With this cocktail, Rototom Sunsplash takes off, next to the Mediterranean Sea. These are the reasons not to miss the reggae macro-city and to join in its global roar.

A big YES to Peace

To become a collective path towards peace. This is the challenge of the festival, which kicks off under the slogan ‘United for peace’. Along with the opportunity that this international and intercultural meeting provides each year, “we want to share our experience of peace, project to the world that peace is possible and necessary, and encourage a global peace movement”, according to the organisers. The slogan inspires the different actions and activities promoted in the different cultural areas. This is the case of the Social Forum, with several of its sessions revolving around peace.

A taste of the world without leaving the concert venue
Smoked meat with Peruvian cylinders, artisan hot dogs, kebabs and falafel made with great care. 100% corn dishes, espetos from Ibiza, ‘gluten free’ Senegalese cuisine, creative crepes and Breton galettes and more Jamaican gastronomy make up the novelties of the diverse restaurant of the Rototom Sunsplash. Which adds 40 restaurant and pastry proposals.
Plastic free with social impact: links with l’Aurora Grup de Suport
Once again this year the festival fuses its ‘plastic free’ seal through the system of reusable cups with the social impact derived from its environmental actions. This year, all the proceeds from the cups will go to the non-profit organisation L’Aurora-Grup de Suport which, from its base in the port of Borriana (Castelló), provides support to NGO boats rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean.

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