Cross The Tracks - "Brixton's Soul, Jazz & Funk Feast" - takes place on Sunday 5th September 2021 from noon until 10pm at Brockwell Park, in London.
As well as the music there's an array of street food stalls, craft beers, craft and fashion stalls, workshops, talks and more.
The festival will be headlined by Lianne La Havas, also appearing will be The Cinematic Orchestra, En Vogue, Jordan Rakei, Sister Sledge, Sons Of Kemet, Gilles Peterson, Ashley Henry, Channel One, Children Of Zeus, Graceland performed by the London African Gospel Choir, Norman Jay MBE, Omar, and more.
For the full list of announced acts please see the line-up page.
Tickets are now sold out.
Last entry: 8pm.
Brockwell Park is situated around 15 minutes by train from the West End, 20 minutes by train from the City, and a short walk from Herne Hill train station.
By tube: Take the Victoria Line to Brixton.
By bus: The following bus routes all serve this area: 2, 3, 37, 68, 196, 322, 432, 468, 690.
By rail: Herne Hill and Tulse Hill stations are a short distance away.
By car: Easy access from the City and West End. Approximately 15 minutes drive from Victoria along the A202, A23, A204, B231, A2214, A215. There is limited car parking at the event which will be charged at £10 per vehicle per day. Brockwell Park has good public transport links.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in and around the area.
More information will be here when available.
latest on this festival
plus Sons of Kemet, Sasha Keable, SEED Ensemble, and Kofi Stone
line-ups & rumours
including The Cinematic Orchestra, Sister Sledge, En Vogue, Jordan Rakei, and more
festival home page