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City Splash festival 2024: Date, line-up, and how to get tickets

 (Press Handout)
(Press Handout)

Calling all reggae, dancehall, and Afrobeats music fans: City Splash festival is back, with the 2024 line-up recently announced.

Celebrating its fourth anniversary after the immense success of previous years, the lively south London music and food festival is a carnival of African and Caribbean culture.

Some of the biggest names in the industry are set to descend on London, including the return of legendary Grammy-nominated Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician Capleton. Also joining the line-up is consistent hit-maker Beenie Man, dancehall sensation Shenseea, fellow Jamaican star Busy Signal, and jungle legend Shy FX.

As well as this, Billboard Award nominee and Cameroonian-American singer Libianca, pioneering dub sound system crew Channel One, dancehall dons Iration Steppas, and renowned UK sound systems Rampage Sound and Saxon Sound have also been confirmed.

Next to non-stop music from around the world, you can expect to tuck into an array of delicious food and drink offerings from more than 45 Black-owned food traders, plenty of authentic rum, a creative market, as well as engaging panel talks.

Here’s everything you need to know about the festival.

When is City Splash?

The one-day festival falls on the bank holiday, on May 29.

City Splash will be returning to south London’s Brockwell Park in the heart of Brixton, the home of UK reggae and Caribbean culture in the UK.

Who is on the line-up for City Splash?

Capleton, Beenie Man, Shenseea, Busy Signal, Anthony B, Black Sherif, Ding Dong, Libianca, Lojay, Queen Omega, WSTRN and more are among the artists to have been announced for City Splash’s 2024 edition.

See the full line-up below.

City Festival 2024 line up so far (City Splash)
City Festival 2024 line up so far (City Splash)

How to get tickets to City Splash 2024

Tickets for City Splash are on sale now and available to purchase here.

Group tickets are available for purchase, and there are cheaper tickets for children.