Brixton Disco Festival returns for a groovy 6th annual edition

Free up your calendars this May because Brixton Disco Festival is returning for the 6th edition of their unforgettable fest. With big headliners; Artwork, Dave Lee, Jocelyn Brown and more; it's going to be a groovy day!

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 9th Apr 2024

Whatever you've got going on on Saturday, 4th May, cancel it, because you've got some new plans now. This summer, Brixton Disco Festival is back for its 6th edition of non-stop disco, house, funk, and soul; for one whole day (3 pm - 3 am).

Classed as the biggest celebration of disco, the Brixton Disco Festival has been bringing joy directly to the heart of South London to enjoy over 40 years' worth of disco. With the aid of live music, DJs, screenings, food and drink, and talks. Which are all located in 7 different venues across Brixton Disco Festival; (Electric Brixton - Brixton Jamm - Brixton Village - Ritzy Picturehouse - Black Cultural Archives - Market House). 

After numerous sold-out events since 2018, Brixton Disco Festival is aiming for another success and they've got the perfect lineup to help them do that. With headliners like, Artwork, Dave Lee(JN); American vocalist, Jocelyn BrownNorman Jay, and so many more funky and memorable talents! 


Brixton Disco Festival kicks off at the perfect time just before the May Bank Holiday, and if you want to make the most of your Bank Holiday plans grab your tickets now before they sell out!

For more information on the Brixton Disco Festival click - HERE



Looking for something similar to the Brixton Disco Festival, then look no further! Here at Skiddle, we have a long list of festivals and events that will be sure to hit all the right notes! For more funk and soul festivals click - HERE!



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