This one-day south London festival celebrates the best in Reggae, Dancehall, and Afrobeats, spotlighting the importance of Caribbean and African music on British culture. There will be Caribbean street food vendors in collab with Black Eats LDN, serving up everything from mouth-watering jerk chicken to fried plantains, as well as a jam-packed music lineup still to be revealed. We'll be updating this page with more information as it is announced.
From dub to dancehall, roots to ska, London is one of the best places outside Jamaica to see and hear live reggae concerts. The reggae scene has changed beyond recognition since the capital’s first black soul and reggae venue, The Q Club, opened in Paddington 50 years ago, but its foundations are the same: equality, positive vibes and, above all, bassquaking music. From the London reggae artists to visiting superstars, check out these upcoming reggae shows in the city.
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