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Alfresco announces first wave of acts for 2016

We look at the first acts confirmed for Alfresco Festival's two day London debut.

Ben Smith

Last updated: 4th Dec 2015

Photo: Jennifer Cardini Credit: Katja Ruge Photography

Family friendly festival Alfresco heads down south for its first two day event in the Big Smoke. Landing at Eton Manor Rugby Club between Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May, the festival as ever caters for children of all ages as well as grown ups with a penchant for funk, acid house, and sleazy disco.

Heading the line up is Correspondent boss Jennifer Cardini (listen to her Beats in Space mix above), psychedelic disco and acid monster The Emperor Machine, the obscure, raw sounds of Ivan Smagghe, the always on point Sean Johnston, and a live set from C.A.R.

Matt Walsh, VoX LoW, Felix Dickinson, Kiwi, Chris Duckenfield, Marcus Marr, Days of Being Wild, Rory Phillips, Don Letts and Craig Bratley make up some of the other acts announced. Head here for the full Alfresco 2016 line up so far.

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