Fun fact: before Oprah and Deepak Chopra, people just smoked weed and listened to reggae music when they were searching for self-help. Anyway, that’s only kinda related to the San Antonio Reggae Festival (not to be confused with BobFest, fka Marley Fest) because the devil’s grass isn’t legal in Texas and everyone always follows the law because it always makes total sense. At any rate, the fest promises family-friendly fun centered on reggae music and the rich cultural heritage that surrounds it. The musical lineup, featuring several prominent reggae and dancehall acts, is topped by Jamaican veteran Sister Nancy and extremely promising Dominican artist Aima Moses. Rounding out the bill are Jahdan Blakkamoore, Shanead (pictured) and The Skunk Brothers, among others, including DJs between sets. The event will also feature food trucks, assorted vendors, and a special children’s area. Canned donation benefit the San Antonio Food Bank.