All the irie people we saw on Saturday at the San Antonio Reggae Festival | San Antonio

The San Antonio Reggae Festival returned on Saturday, bringing chill-out vibes to Rosedale Park for its sixth year. Check out all the people who showed up to listen to Mighty Mystic’s music and get a taste of Caribbean culture.

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