Ezra Collective, Sam Gellaitry, Nightmares On Wax, Ishmael Ensemble and others join the bill for what's set to be one of the highlights of the 2023 UK festival season
Date published: 26th Jan 2023
London's Cross The Tracks Festival has revealed the full programme of acts due to perform live at Brockwell Park on Sunday 28th May 2023.
Attracting some of the biggest and best names in soul, funk and jazz, the popular summertime event has become one of the most sought-after among music fans in across the English capital. Taking to the various stages of the festival this year, across the late May Bank Holiday weekend, are influential names the likes of Ezra Collective, Liv.e, Sam Gellaitry, Nightmares On Wax, Emmavie, Alexander Nut, Ishmael Ensemble, Mr. Thing and Adi Oasis, all of whom have recently added and complete the lineup of the 2023 edition.
Previously announced artists on the bill include NxWorries, the American superduo made up of members Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, Yazmin Lacey, Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, BBC 6 Music host Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayers, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, Channel One, Son Little and Annahstasia, to name a select few.
The latest names only strengthen the quality of talent confirmed to make an appearance at Cross The Tracks 2023. Acclaimed British jazz quintet, London's very own Ezra Collective lead the charge with their innovative fusion concept whilst one of Scotland's hottest producers, Sam Gellaitry brings his inimitable crossover jazz sound to proceedings.
Warp Records legend, Nightmares On Wax will spin the finest cuts in downtempo, dub, Latin, hip hop and world music, with other DJ sets across the unmissable one-day event coming courtesy of Eglo label head and eclectic selector Alexander Nut, broken beat innovator Kaidi Tatham pairing up with DJ Gilla, and trailblazing underground selector, Johnny Reckless. See the festival flyer above for more names and details.
Aside from the music, Cross The Tracks offers plenty to explore from a rich creatives' market to insightful talks, panels and workshops run by the festival's charity partners. Over 40 breweries from across South London will also be represented and selling refreshments on the day, with more than 40 food and drink traders and specially designed stages to be experienced.
Tickets to this carefully curated and tasteful celebration of soul, jazz and funk are now on sale and selling fast! The first three rounds of tickets have now all sold out with only Tier 4 tickets left available. Head to the bottom of the page now to secure yours or risk bitter disappointment.
Check out our What's On Guide to discover more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.
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Sunday 28th May 2023
12:00pm til 10:00pm
Anderson .Paak, Kelis, Masego, NxWorries, Roy Ayers, Loose Ends, Children of Zeus, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Yazmin Lacey, Knxwledge, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi and JD Beck, Son Little, The Silhouettes Project, BCUC, Lunch Money Life, Handson Family, Channel One, Cherise
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