The second edition of the Canary Islands’ biggest Reggae event will take place in Tenerife on 30th June

After the success of the first edition in 2017, Feeling Festival returns with a line-up packed with international stars as well as local artists. This event is scheduled to take place on 30th June in Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, with a bonus two-day free cultural event taking place on 28th and 29th.

On the main stage you will find three of the most interesting names on the international Reggae scene: Italian Alborosie and Jamaican Tarrus Riley (ft. Dean Fraser) and Israel Vibration. To complete the line up there will also be Sumerr (Jamaica), Canaries One Xe Band, Lioness Den, Isaiah, Don Virgil, Dada Wanche, A’Jah Porfecía Crew, Lava Sound, as well as DJ Chiqui Dubs (Panama), Triggafinga Intl Sound (Italy-Greece) and the dancers from Tenerife Dancehall Crew. Furthermore there will be a Gastro-Zone, flea market, information points, communal space, relaxation area and much more.

For starters, on 28th and 29th there will be two, open to all, free of charge cultural days, taking place at the CDTCA (Centro de Desarrollo Turístico Costa Adeje) and the FIT (Factoría de Innovación Turística de Canarias). There will be workshops (photography, yoga, body expression), documentaries,  performances (dance, break dance and juggling), DJ sessions, freestyle competitions and plus the following conferences/round table:

  • Conference: 10 years of Alma de León with Miguel Caamaño (Radio 3, Radio Nacional de España) Thursday 28th
  • Conference: The (in)visibility of women on Thursday 28th
  • Round table: Open Arms Project with the founder of ‘Open Arms’, artists, music producer and the project’s executive producer on Friday 29th
  • Conference: Reggae is more than music with John Masouri (journalist), Julián García (Roots & Vibes) and Fernando Guereta (Nice Time) Friday 29th

Getting to Feeling Festival: The nearest airport is Tenerife Sur, a 10-minute drive from Adeje and several public transport lines that will be running extra services during the event. You can also get to the Tenerife Norte airport, 90 km from the resort and with connections to the south of the island.

In addition to the nearby Camping Nauta, there are plenty of local accommodation options (apartments and hotels),

The town of Adeje also offers a wide variety of activities and events which are all listed on the area calendar.

Tickets for Feeling Festival are on sale now via and platforms for € 35. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to aid projects supporting those in a state of social exclusion through the Fundación Pedro Roguez Ledesma and to the construction of a school in Gambia with Solidarios Canarios.