A brand new London soul, jazz and funk festival
Cross the Tracks is a brand new one-day festival coming to London's Brockwell Park this June, inviting with them a selection of legends from the worlds of soul, jazz and funk.
Topping the bill will be none other than Chaka Khan, who'll be bringing her iconic hits such as 'Ain't Nobody' and 'I'm Every Woman' to the Brixton park, alongside the likes of Martha Reeves And The Vandellas, Maségo and Steam Down.
Beyond the music Cross the Tracks will also include some of London’s hottest street food traders in attendance as well as a selection of craft beers, plus talks, panels, workshops, an independent creatives market and record fair.
- Chaka Khan
- Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
- Jordan Rakei
- The Blackbyrds
- The Comet Is Coming
- Steam Down
- Oscar Jerome
- Children of Zeus
- Nubya Garcia
- Etta Bond
- Poppy Ajudha
- Joe Armon Jones & Maxwell Owin
- Norman Jay
- Jazzie B
- Joel Culpepper
- Taz Modi
- Maya Law
- Lunch Money
- JRust & Jake Lavan
- Ghost Notes
- Church of Sound DJ's
- Ruby Kwasiba Savage
- Jazzheadchronic (South London Soul Train)
- Aaron L (Stamp The Wax)
- MIguel E (Tuckshop)
- Lex Blondin (TRC)
- Barry's Here
- Noble & Heath
Cross the Tracks debut edition will take place inside south London's Brockwell Park.
Brockwell Park, Dulwich Road, London, SE24 0PA, United Kingdom
The nearest station to Brockwell Park is Herne Hill, which is served by South Eastern trains out of Victoria and Thameslink services via St Pancras and Blackfriars.
Alternatively, you could walk or take a bus from Brixton Underground Station.
Children of all ages are permitted. All children and young persons up to and including the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 26.
Babies and children under 10 do not need a ticket, so enter free of charge.
Children aged 10 and over require their own ticket charged at 50% of the adult ticket price.
The festival will run from 12pm until 10pm.
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