KERB presents: Jam On Rye 2018

Tickets on Sale - Holiday Monday 28 MayPeckham RyeBringing together EVERYTHING WE LOVE on to Peckham Rye grass - three stages of reggae, afrobeat and new wave jazz alongside an incredible street food line up and KERB Talks stage - to celebrate reggae, truckfuls of talent and our city with a one-day flavour clash.MUSIC:Reggae Roast presents:David Rodigan, Horace Andy (Live), Mungo's HiFi, Earl Gateshead, Sisters Of Reggae, Reggae Roast & Mr Williamz, Adam Prescott, Vibration Lab, Clifford Junior, Donovan Kingjay, Brother Culture, Natty Campbell, Interrupt.Wormfood presents:Secret Headliner TBA, Theon Cross, Soothsayers, The Brother Moves On, Mim Suleiman, Unit 31 Ft. Amy True, Tola Resident DJ, Wu Lu, Maisons Du Nicetimes.FOOD:Street food lineup curated by KERB:White Men Can't Jerk, Only Jerkin', BBQ Dreamz, Indian Street Kitchen, The Grilling Greek, Wandercrust, Bokit'la, Club Mexicana, Baggio Burger, Breddos, Nonna's Gelato, South East Cakery.KERB TALKS:'London Sound System Culture'.#JAMONRYE

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