Nov 1 2022

Cross The Tracks Reveals Stellar Lineup For 2023 Edition

The lineup and date of the fourth edition of London’s number-one jazz, funk and soul festival has been announced. Cross The Tracks will be returning to its home at Brixton’s Brockwell Park on Sunday 28th May, 2023.

The first wave of artists that’ll be taking the stage next year include Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson,  Roy Ayers, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, Carrtoons, Channel One and more are set to perform.

Returning on May Bank Holiday 2023, three much-talked-about editions, Cross The Tracks is now known as the ultimate early summer festival. It’s a party of your own making that is a carefully curated mix of style, substance and heritage, where the hottest new names, most enduring legends and plenty in between all come and serve up their own unique sounds to take attendees on a journey from the past to present of soul, jazz and funk. 

Alongside its impressive roster of artists, the festival will have 10+ London breweries, 40+ food and drink traders, talks, panels and workshops that will all help to reflect the true diversity of London. Cross The Tracks, is a celebration of creativity and free spiritedness so they implore attendees to nourish their body and soul through dance and expression. But also encourage attendees to visit their wellness area, on site art and more.

Tickets are on sale now at

Cross The Tracks 2023

Date: Sunday 28th May, 2023

Location: Brockwell Park, London
Facebook / Instagram: @xthetracks


Words by Gerald Onyango

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