The wait is finally over and tickets are now on sale for City Splash Festival 2021 which takes place on Sunday 12th September at Beckenham Place Park London.
The City Splash one day festival brings 4 Stages • 40 + Artists • 8000 People • 15 + food traders giving you a true reggae cultured experience in South London.
Taking centre stage is headline act and old skool reggae classic Barrington Levy, add to this Lila Iké, Hollie Cook, Twinkle Brothers, Kiko Bun, Dawn Penn, Ras Kwame, Rasites, Marla Brown & Teshay Makeda and you have yourself a UK festival like no other.
But wait, there’s more…
The world-famous Channel One Sound System will host a stage with big names such as Eva Lazarus, General Levy, Iration Steppas, Jah youth, King Shiloh, Mad Professor, Sattamann & Ramon Judah.
But wait, there’s even more…
The Rampage Carnival Stage has a huge lineup that we can only describe as awesomeness – Alicai Harley, Heartless Crew, Kenny Ken & Ragga Twins, Rampage Sound, Robbo Ranx, Seani B, Shola Ama, Sticky & MC Creed. For those of you that hope to see Rampage at Notting Hill Carnival 2021 this is the stage for you.
But wait, it’s not over yet, there’s even more…
The Woodland Stage sees the likes of Bossy LDN, Mixmaster J, Nia Archives, Rompa’s Reggae Shack & Sisters of Reggae to top it all off.
Add to this London’s finest Caribbean street food vendors in collaboration with London Jerk Festival, sampling favourite delights from jerk chicken 🍗 to vegan ital stew 🥘 fried plantains 🍌 and of course a huge selection of the very best rums. 🍹🍻. What more can you ask for?
Tickets start from a mere £25 and are on sale now from city-splash.com
City Splash Festival 2021
Date: Sunday 12th September 2021
Times: 12pm – 9:30pm / Last Entry 6pm
Venue: Beckenham Place Park, BR3 5BS
City Splash Festival has a mission to celebrate the impact and importance of reggae music on British culture. Everything from Ska, Rocksteady, Dub, Roots, Dancehall, Lovers Rock to its UK ancestors of UK Reggae, Jungle, Hip Hop, Garage, Grime and Drum and Bass; the influence of Reggae has been a constant in the UK for 50 years.