One Love Festival announces second lineup for 2018

Tuesday 1 August 2017

One Love Festival announces second lineup for 2018

The highly-anticipated music celebration of 2018, One Love, announces the second lineup for next year's music party which includes some of the biggest names in roots, rock and reggae.

Living up to its reputation as one of summer's finest festivals, One Love announces the second lineup for next year's music party which includes some of the biggest names in roots, rock and reggae.

Starting off with 2009 Australian Idol winner Stan Walker who is guaranteed to be a popular drawcard. Walker has gone onto making five critically-acclaimed studio albums and a string of hits that have been blasted on radio, including current single 'New Takeover' and has appeared in films such as 'Mt Zion' and 'Born To Dance'.

The same can be said of Wellington's masters of reggae, Tomorrow People, who have earned their reputation as one of the hardest working bands around by constant touring throughout New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific and further afield.

After a mind-blowing performance at One Love 2016, Kora returns to the fold proving that they're still one of Aotearoa's most beloved acts. Masterfully weaving funk, rock, reggae, metal and hip-hop, they're a force to be reckoned with and band you'll never get tired of seeing live.

Taking the prize for the youngest artist on the line-up is 11-year-old singer General Fiyah. He took the world by storm last year when he wrote and fronted the catchy Three Houses Down smash hit 'Love and Affection'. The song's video has since clocked more than 1.5 million views on YouTube. Three Houses Down are also on the line-up and continue to be fan favourites wherever they perform.

Rounding off the announcement are two exciting acts taking the local reggae world by storm, Lomez Brown and Tyneegiant. Both acts supported Tomorrow People on their last tour and both are up-and-comers tipped as must-sees at the 2018 festival.

Here's the full lineup for 2018 One Love Festival:
- Stan Walker
- Tomorrow People
- Kora
- General Fiyah
- Three Houses Down
- Lomez Brown
- Tyneegiant
- Shaggy
- MAGIC!
- Common Kings
- Aswad
- J Boog
- Black Uhuru
- Hot Rain feat. Siaosi
- Maoli
- Anuhea
- House of Shem
- 1814
- Sons Of Zion
- Sammy J
- Ardijah
- Herbs
- Swiss
- Foundation
- Marley NZ All Stars

Don't miss your chance to witness one of Aotearoa's best summer festivals in 2018.