Jimmy Cliff, Candi Staton, and Sister Sledge for Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival 2018

plus David Rodigan, Lucky Chops, Roy Ayers, Jungle Brothers, Craig Charles, & many more

published: Thu 15th Mar 2018

Jimmy Cliff

Friday 6th to Sunday 8th July 2018
Moseley Park, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8DD, England MAP
£120 for the weekend
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Wed 16th May 2018

The line-up has been revealed for The Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival which returns with three days of open air mostly contemporary jazz, funk and soul music to the surroundings of Moseley Park, Birmingham from Friday 6th until Sunday 8th July 2018.

The headliners are Jimmy CliffCandi Staton, and Sister Sledge, respectively, who are joined over the weekend by acts including David RodiganLucky ChopsRoy AyersJungle BrothersCraig CharlesFred Wesley & The New JB'sChali 2na & Krafty KutsOsaka MonaurailEzra Collective, and many more. The day breakdowns are as follows:-

Friday: Jimmy Cliff, David Rodigan, Jungle Brothers, Chali 2na & Krafty Kuts, Layfullstop, Ash Walker Experience, The Brass Funkeys, and Namiwa Jazz.
Saturday: Candi StatonLucky Chops, Craig Charles, Osaka Monaurail, Tanika Charles, Lack of Afro (live), Jalen N'Gonda, The Allergies, Tropical Soundclash, Space Ghetto, Kezia, Madi Saskai, and The Volko Trio.
Sunday: Sister SledgeRoy Ayers, Fred Wesley & The New JB's, Ezra Collective, Laura Misch, Yazmin Lacey, Noya Rao, Skeltr, Chris Bowden Quartet, Fervour, Samantha Wright Ensemble, Delano Mills: Notstrictlyjazz, and Jazzlines Ensemble.

buy tickets from 10am Friday 16th March >

Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday 16th March, priced as follows:-
Weekend: £120
Friday/Saturday: £85
Saturday/Sunday: £85
Friday: £50
Saturday: £50
Sunday: £50

Under-16 tickets (for agee 12-15) also available, at approx half the adult price. All Under 16s must bring I.D. and come with a paying adult, otherwise they will be refused entry to the festival. 

Children under 12 years old may enter for free when accompanied by a paying adult.



Friday 6th to Sunday 8th July 2018
Moseley Park, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8DD, England MAP
£120 for the weekend
daily capacity: 2000
last updated: Wed 16th May 2018


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