Kali, Quino of Big Mountain and rapper Ditch
Organic Relief blessed the One Heart One Love reggae festival this past weekend handing out gifts to fans and spread the message of their collective.
Organic Relief was seen at the show with Big Mountain, Pato Banton , Sister Carol, Rapper Ditch and more as they worked their way around the river side concert festival.
The collective is poised to be at the forefront of the cannabis/ God is not dead movement, spreading their message of love and hope along with the benefits of medicinal marijuana. The collective plans on taking their movement world wide and also helping spread the message of Polynesian tribes.
The One Love One Heart festival took place September 19th and 20th at Camp Pollak in Sacremento, California.
Fans were treated to a large amount of multi cultural vendors and food samples. The event also extended into the night as fans were allowed to camp at the outdoor event.
Big Mountain played a flawless stage show showing lead singer Quino still has his same unique voice which shot the band to worldwide fame in the 1990’s. The band threw out some giveaways from Organic Relief to the sun baked Northern California crowd, as they ran through their list of hit songs such as; “Touch My Light”, “Baby I Love Your Way”, “Rastaman” and more.
Owner of Collective Relief and Tongan tribal member Kali said of the event ” shows like this enable us to spread love and our message of peace, and just acts of love rather than empty words, it also let’s us forget about ourselves and remember that God is good all the time, He gives us what we need”. “We will be doing many more events like this in 2015/2016 spread our message and show love to people who are in need. Organic Relief is a collective that focuses on organic methods, organic approaches, organic care, organic concern, organic counselors, if your contribution isn’t organic, we do not want it. We focus on the caring aspect. We have been islanders from the beginning, and we love to give, we love to serve, we love to dance, and we love to sing. We are very excited to show love to the music scene as well”.
Organic Relief will be at the J Boog show in Sacramento, California to further spread the collective