Things to do, Festivals
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Jason Auld

A packed programme of urban sports, music, food and art for Bank Holiday Sunday

Let’s face it: everyone could do with improving their street cred occasionally. Thankfully, we can all up our game at Streetfest – which takes in top-level DJs spinning underground beats, furiously fresh rappers and cutting-edge designs from graffiti artists and tattooists. If all that ink sounds a little static, enjoy some physical thrills instead. Breakdancers will be battling while skateboarders and BMX riders throw themselves around a big ramp for your sadistic viewing pleasure.

Supplying the sounds are Brighton-born beatmaker Kutmah and rising MCs Loyle Carner, Hannah Faith and Shamz Le Roc showcasing their lyrical dexterity, plus DJs from So Fresh, So Clean and The Doctor’s Orders. (The big live headliner is still under wraps.) Food and other fun and games are also up for grabs. If you want to get down with all this urban artiness, head to Wapping this Bank Holiday Sunday for ten hours of street culture.


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