Rootfire at the Park fest to donate all ticket proceeds to Hurricane Irma relief

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The second annual Rootfire at the Park music festival in nearby Cocoa has leveled up in every possible way. The fest is now three days long and boasts big-league headliners Michael Franti and Shaggy, and organizers have announced a decision to donate 100 percent of ticket proceeds to Hurricane Irma relief efforts.

Performers over the course of the weekend include: Michael Franti and Spearhead, Stephen Marley, Citizen Cope, Shaggy, Moska Project, Treehouse, Kash'd Out, Hippo Campus, Jesse Royal, Tarrus Riley and Cloud9 Vibes.



Rootfire at the Park takes place on Friday-Sunday, Nov. 10-12, at Riverfront Park in Cocoa. Tickets start at $32.

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