The earliest incarnation of reggae music, known as rocksteady, evolved from ska music in the mid- 60s. It was popularized by Jamaican vocal groups, such as The Ethiopians and The Techniques, before morphing into the roots reggae music that Bob Marley would eventually help spread to every corner of the globe.… Read More
RSVP for the Beach Cleanup.
Tents and tables are popping up, food and beverages are flowing in, the sound system is primed and ready. The hustle and bustle that accompanies the numerous facilities involved in putting on a weekend of music are in full effect at Riverfront Park in Cocoa, FL as the second annual Rootfire At The Park blossoms into existence.… Read More
Hippo Campus is set to fire up the main stage at the second annual Rootfire At The Park festival at Riverfront Park in Cocoa, FL. The Minnesota based rockers have been captivating audiences with their distinctive brand of indie rock. After releasing their first full- length album earlier this year, Hippo is back with a fresh EP entitled warm glow.… Read More
In the spirit of sustainability, Rootfire is pleased to welcome back Reverb as a non-profit partner at this year’s Rootfire At The Park festival, Nov 10-12 at Riverfront Park in Cocoa, FL. In addition to providing free water stations for festival goers, Reverb will also be providing limited edition Rootfire At The Park Nalgene bottles, made in the USA of BPA-free plastic.… Read More
Nothing starts off a day of getting down to your favorite tunes like some pranayama breath work. Stretch out and tap in at the second annual Rootfire At The Park with guided yoga practice the hour before the music hits. To keep things in the groove, Dub Massive Sound System will be providing the slow dubs for your flow while Cocoa, FL local Sharon Lacy takes you through a journey of poses. … Read More