Are You ready for Reggae Rise Up?

March 12, 2019 -

Barrett Hoffer

We are just a few days away from this year's installment of Reggae Rise Up in St Petersburg, FL. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve put together a comprehensive guide for everything you may need to know to make this years Reggae Rise Up the best one yet.

A day in the Florida sun can be brutal, so be sure to stay hydrated. RRU is helping out by providing water bottle refill stations throughout the event grounds. When the munchies set in, you'll find a wide array of food vendors. Multiple cuisines from Greek to Jamaican to cheese curds to gluten free to vegetarian & Vegan will all be available. Personally, I recommend checking out Island Noodles. They're a festival classic. Authentic Hawaiian Soba with 21 Fresh Vegetables & Signature Island Sauces to choose from, all served with or without Teriyaki Chicken. Wash that down with a drink from Smoothie Operator or an ice cold popsicle from King of Pops.

Don't forget to check out some of the craft vendors! ‘Best Seats In The House’ will be renting out lawn chairs and ‘ENO’ will be renting hammocks for when you’re ready to kick back & relax. ‘SMKFLWR’ will be sponsoring the second stage as well as providing a one of a kind VR experience. Last but not least, ‘Gold Standard’ will be showcasing their CBD products.

Looking for a great way to start your day before hitting RRU? Check out yoga programming at ’The Movement Sanctuary’. It's literally just down the street form RRU and you can find all the details you need right here. Now we all know traffic is gonna be a bit of a headache. Worry not, the St. Petersburg City Trolley will be running a free route between the festival grounds and the Sundial parking garage. Perfect pickup & drop off spot for rideshares.

Be sure to double check the lineups for each day. There are some amazing artists performing so be sure to get there early! In just a few days, I'll see you all out in the beautiful Florida sun.

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