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The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender 2019

  • Brighton Beach, Brighton, United Kingdom
  • 17-19 May 2019
The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender 2019
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The vibrant favourite heads to Brighton

The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender returns for another year, this time moving to a new home on the UK's south coast as the festival takes up residency on Brighton's iconic beach.

Celebrating the two seminal genres of the festival's name, the weekend festival will also celebrate their enduring legacy and influence, with an expansive lineup that covers disco, hip hop, neo-soul, R&B, modern jazz, broken beat, house music, and more.

Meanwhile, the festival's new home allows for the chance to experience one of the UK's most vibrant and best-loved cities, with seafront venues, food vendors, bars and social spots adding to the atmosphere of a scintillating early-summer weekend.

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Headliners

  • Kamasi Washington
  • Maribou State [DJ set]
  • Lee Fields & The Expressions
  • Gilles Peterson
  • Alice Russell
  • Kamaal Williams
  • Craig Charles
  • Jordan Rakei

Lineup


  • Craig Charles
  • The Pharcyde
  • Kamaal Williams
  • Norman Jay MBE
  • Greg Wilson
  • Fatima
  • Akua Naru
  • Dam Funk
  • Marshall Jefferson
  • Xoa
  • Continental Drifts
  • Attic
  • Auntie Flo
  • Young Jack
  • MF Robots
  • Wovoka Gentle


  • Maribou State [DJ set]
  • Gilles Peterson
  • Alice Russell
  • Romare
  • Yazmin Lacey
  • Children of Zeus
  • Hackney Colliery Band
  • Joel Culpepper
  • Mildlife
  • Tru Thoughts
  • Holly Walker
  • J-Felix
  • Ezra Bruno
  • Fiesta Bombarda
  • Sounddhism


  • Kamasi Washington
  • Lee Fields & The Expressions
  • Jordan Rakei
  • Afriquoi
  • DJ Yoda
  • Smoove & Turrell
  • The Allergies
  • Jalapeno Records
  • DJ Cheeba
  • Somewhere Soul
  • Wormfood
  • Ashley Henry
  • The Night Owl
  • Kitty Amor

The festival will take place on Brighton's iconic beach, with main stages on the beach and parties in nearby venues.


Address

Brighton Beach, Brighton, United Kingdom

FAQs

BY TRAIN: Brighton is well connected by rail across the UK, with services from London taking around an hour. BY PLANE: Gatwick Airport is around 30 miles from Brighton, and regular trains run between the two. Brighton Beach is within walking distance of the train station.

There is some parking in central Brighton and near Brighton beach but it is very limited. If you are bringing a car, the organisers advise parking further away and walking/taking a bus to the festival site.

You must be 18 to attend the festival.

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