Sister Sledge in the South London sunshine? Go on then.
The Cinematic Orchestra
Madlib b2b Gilles Peterson
Shabaka & The Ancestors
Jazzie B (Soul II Soul)
Nu Guinea (live)
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
Chris Dave & The Drumhedz
London African Gospel Choir
Charlotte Dos Santos
Neue Grafik Ensemble
Charlie Bones (NTS)
Summers Sons & C. Tappin
Plus Many More...
🚀 Cross The Tracks returns to South London in 2020 at Brixton’s luscious Brockwell Park for a day of music, food, workshops, talks and more.
🔊 A mixture of legendary and upcoming artists have been invited once again to represent a hybrid of jazz, soul and funk. Our first lineup announcement is soon to be revealed along with a stacked bill of local talent!
🍔 We will be welcoming back 40 of London’s most talked about street food traders, alongside the city’s finest craft beer brewers.
😎 Expect talks, panels, workshops, wellness area and creative markets including a record and art fair.
☀️ Described as a ‘breath of fresh air’ and ‘immaculately presented’ by Clash Magazine, the team behind the festival are already working away to top 2019's event.
Last entry 8PM.
— Fast track entry to the festival
— Luxury toilets (not portaloos)
— Bespoke bar
— Bespoke food concessions
— Sound system and DJs
— Seating area
IF I’M UNDER 18 WILL I BE ALLOWED ENTRY TO CROSS THE TRACKS?
This is an all ages event.
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. This MUST be the parent, legal guardian or nominated guardian of the young person. An adult over the age of 26 can accompany a maximum of 4 young persons.
Babies and children under 10 must be entered for a free ticket these will be available later in the year.
Children aged 10 and over require their own ticket charged at 50% of the adult ticket price these will be available later in the year.
The adult ticket price will apply from the age of 18.
Venue subject to license.
1 day 7 hrs ago