Filipino reggae is reggae music created in the Philippines. The country has several bands and sound systems that play reggae and dancehall music in a style faithful to its expression in Jamaica. Reggae in the Philippines comprises the many forms of reggae and its sub-genres, and at times combining traditional Filipino forms of music and instruments in their music.
Cebu, Manila, Quezon and Boracay are some of the cities that reggae has found a base, with many artists residing in these cities and performing at local bars and clubs. The Visayas region of the Philippine islands has had the largest concentration of reggae groups, with the Visayan city of Cebu even being dubbed The Reggae Capital of the Philippines. In Early 2007 Ziggy Marley performed in the MTV Philippines Reggae Fest by the Bay festival in Manila. Marley played with local reggae talents and the big names in Filipino reggae.