Wilmington’s most anticipated summer music festival returns to Market Street on July 20 with The 25th Annual People’s Festival Tribute to Bob Marley.
In partnership with Live Nation, the People’s Festival is proud to present the lineup for the festival featuring an inaugural Wilmington performance by Maxi Priest.
The all ages, day-long festival runs from 12pm to 10pm in the heart of Wilmington along North Market Street featuring live music outdoors and inside, a Red Stripe & craft beer garden, international food court, arts & crafts from around the world, a bamboo rain hut, the Delaware Art Museum’s Children’s Village, and more.
Kicking off the 25th Annual Celebration in Willingtown Square will be the ever popular Image Band, Strykers Posse, Alfie Moss, Spokey Speaky, and The Blues Reincarnation Project!
Music on The Queen’s main stage will begin at 7 pm with a special Peoples Festival welcome by The Universal African Drum and Dance Ensemble. Also performing are Akae Beka (formerly Midnite), Jah Works and Maxi Priest!
This promises to be a Tribute to Bob Marley that is sure to lift your spirit, and keep Unity & One Love alive on Market! Come soak up the Rastaman Vibration!
New this year, Old Town Hall will feature a premiere Bob Marley exhibit sponsored by The Delaware Historical Society, open to the public from 2pm-7pm with live music by Jea Street Jr. from 4-7. Don’t miss this rare one of a kind exhibit.
Tickets are $20 in advance with code PEOPLE25