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Cross The Tracks

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  1. Cross the Tracks
    Photograph: Garry Jones
  2. Cross the Tracks festival
    Photograph: Cross the Tracks
  3. Cross the Tracks
    Photograph: Cross the Tracks
  4. Cross the Tracks
    Photograph: Garry Jones

Time Out says

Now in its fifth edition, Cross the Tracks is still a bit of a newcomer to the London festival scene. But with tasteful, groove-heavy curation across soul, funk and jazz, as well as loads of decent street food and craft beer, it’s already cemented itself as an anticipated name. The festival has a laid-back, open-arms appeal, meaning you’ll find people of all sorts of ages having a boogie. 

When is Cross the Tracks 2024?

Cross the Tracks is taking place on Sunday May 26. 

How much are tickets and are any left?

There are some tickets remaining, but the only ones left are General Admission Tier 6, which cost £79.50 plus a booking fee. 

What’s the Cross the Tracks 2024 line up?

Do not miss headliner Erykah Badu, who is sure to blow audiences away with a decades-spanning set. Other amazing acts include Eve, BADBADNOTGOOD, En Vogue and Madlib.

Three Sacred Souls, Ama Lou, Jalen Ngonda, The Cavemen, Venna, Mansur Brown, Lady Wray, Iniko, Gilles Peterson, Orion Sun, Romare Live and Son Little are just some of the other names on the programme, too. For the full lineup, have a look at the festivals website. 

What time does the festival start and finish?

Doors at Cross the Tracks open at 12 pm and the festival closes at 10.30 pm. Last entry is at 9 pm. 

Can you bring food into Cross the Tracks?

Sadly not. All food and drink, with the exception of sealed 500ml bottles of water, is prohibited from being brought into the festival. Empty plastic water bottles are allowed and there are refill points within the gates. 

Your ultimate guide to Cross the Tracks 2024.

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Event website:
From £54.50.
Opening hours:
Noon-10.30 pm
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