Good Vibez Presents, the team behind the now-legendary California Roots Music and Arts Festival, have announced the final artist additions for the festival’s 2023 lineup. Grammy-nominated Cali Roots-veterans Rebelution are set to headline on Thursday, Billboard Reggae Chart-topping outfit Stick Figure tops Saturday’s bill, and longtime fan favorites Thievery Corporation and Chali 2na & Cut Chemist join the lineup on Thursday and Saturday, respectively. These bill-topping artists join the already-announced talent of Wu-Tang Clan, Dirty Heads, Shaggy, Cypress Hill, Dispatch, and many many more for the 12th Annual Cali Roots, returning to the Monterey County Fairgrounds in Monterey, California, on May 25-28, 2023

3-day and 4-day tickets, as well as Fuse travel packages, are still available at this link, and single-day tickets will go on sale Wednesday, January 18th at 10 am Pacific. Per usual, Cali Roots is an all-ages-welcome event, and kids 10 and under can attend for free with parents or guardians. In addition to four days of music, Cali Roots offers local food and beverage vendors, captivating art installations, on-site greening initiatives, community-focused nonprofits, and intimate pop-up performances.

California Roots Music and Arts Festival 2023 Lineup:


Rebelution, Thievery Corporation, Michael Franti and Spearhead, Atmosphere, SOJA, Katchafire, Dub Inc, Mihali, Mykal Rose + Subatomic Sound System, Anuhea, Thrive 


Wu-Tang Clan, Sublime with Rome, Cypress Hill, Steel Pulse, Common Kings, The Interrupters, L.A.B, Maoli, Jesse Royal, Lila Iké, Surfer Girl, Joe Samba, Kyle Smith, Soulwise 


Stick Figure, Shaggy, Collie Buddz and Friends, Hieroglyphics feat. Del the Funky Homosapien,  Gentleman, Hirie, Ozomatli feat. Chali 2na and Cut Chemist, Alborosie, BadFish, Kes, The Skints, The Hip Abduction, Little Stranger, Cydeways 


Dirty Heads, Iration, Dispatch, Kolohe Kai, Matisyahu, The Movement, Natiruts, The Elovaters, Long Beach Dub Allstars, Denm, Thee Sacred Souls, Shwayze, KBong and Johnny Cosmic, Tunnel Vision, B Foundation, The Rudians 

Photo Credit: Rod Snyder | Festival Season