The 2020 Supernova Ska Festival: Quarantine Edition
The 2020 Supernova Ska Festival: Quarantine Edition was a virtual festival featuring ska bands from across the world and all eras of ska. The event served as a fundraiser that raised more than $13,000 to launch a new music initiative for at-risk youth at the Alpha Institute in Jamaica. Coolie Ranx was the emcee for the night. The festival line-up included Less Than Jake, The Suicide Machines, The Pietasters, Lynval Golding, The Skatalites, Big D and the Kids Table, Buck-O-Nine, Mephiskapheles, Pilfers, Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos, Shaggydog from Indonesia,
The Toasters, Sonic Boom Six, Monty Neysmith, Chris Murray, The Doped Up Dollies, ADHESIVO, Roger Rivas, Bite Me Bambi, Los Skarnales, King Django, Dr. Ring Ding, Babylove and the van Dangos, J. Navarro & the Traitors, Dan Potthast, The Porkers, MONKEY, The Uppertones, Hub City Stompers, Jackie Mendez, Eastern Standard Time, Be Like Max, Catbite, Vieja Skina, Half Past Two, Rude King, Adam Flymo Birch & The Vershones, Sgt. Scagnetti, The Fuss, The Skapones, The Steady 45s, Death of Guitar Pop, The Loving Paupers, Buddha Council, The Skatuesques, Rude Boy George, The Pandemics, The Prizefighters, Sammy Kay, Abraskadabra, The Scotch Bonnets, The Dendrites, Mr. Kingpin, The Bishops, The Forwards, Some Ska Band, Matamoska, Control This, Stop the Presses, The Players Band, The Snails, The Upstarters, Thirteen Towers, Backyard Superheroes, Bowcat, Riki Rocksteady, Esaopa Ska, and Pocket Sounds.