This is the result of a collaborative effort between Rototom Sunsplash and Freestylee to develop an iconic logo to represent the Reggae University Camp at the Festival. The full program of the Reggae University Camp, the festival section dedicated to the culture and history of reggae, is now published. Every day, there will be the traditional sessions chaired by David Katz, Ellen Koehlings, Pete Lilly and Pier Tosi, which this year will investigate the the post-colonial history of Jamaica from the point of view of music. In addition there will be ACR Meetings about the reggae scene in Spain and Latin America, seminars of the House of Rastafari and a photography workshop organized by our photo-crew (registration until 30th of July). To complete the rich program, there will be exhibitions of graphical and photographical art and newly produced movies and documentaries.