There is more than that this year, and there used to be a lot less. When I used to go, you might get two or three bands and maybe a sound if you were lucky. It seems that the reggae they have is not for main stage business though. Been a long while since the main stage appearances by the likes of Black Uhuru.
I thought the presentation of the reggae there was all wrong. It seemed most of the people on the mungos stage 'the blues' we're playing non reggae, especially in the evening when it was like dance music - and that's when I saw it at its busiest. Then there were djs on on the gully stage in the middle of the day when it should just be bands I think. Channel one played there at 1 in afternoon and it was so quiet it made them sound real bad. Also having Shiloh playing in Shangri la was awful. It was just full of gurning teenagers who really couldn't care less. But it was brilliant to hear lots of reggae and finally hearing katchafire live was excellent for me! The layout and timings just need rethinking cos it appeared to have been organised by someone who doesn't really understand reggae and how and when it should be played/presented.