They will join NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Yazmin Lacey, Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayers, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, CARRTOONS, Channel One, Son Little, Annahstasia and more

Cross The Tracks 2023


Date: Sunday 28th May, 2023

Location: Brockwell Park, London

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Cross The Tracks today announces its complete lineup for an unmissable one-day celebration in Brockwell Park, London on Sunday 28th May Bank Holiday 2023. No other festival offers such a quality mix of soul, jazz and funk with Ezra Collective, Liv.e, Sam Gellaitry, Nightmares On Wax (DJ Set), Emmavie, Alexander Nut, Ishmael Ensemble, Akemi Fox, muva of Earth, Sam Gellaitry, Adi Oasis, Zakia, Winnie, Kaidi Tatham & DJ Gilla DJ set, Ingrid Allman (Freez) live PA, Johnny Reckless, D. Vyzor, The Style Siblings, Abi Clarke, The Shejay, Mr Thing, Vanessa Freeman & Lyric L plus DJ Dibs and Disco Ballin’ now added to the likes of NxWorries (aka Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Kelis, Masego, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayres, Children of Zeus, Yazmin Lacey, Son Little and tens more. Make sure to secure your tickets at

These latest names bring more musical goodness with acclaimed British jazz quintet Ezra Collective leading the charge with their innovative fusion sounds. Featuring bandleader Femi Koleoso, bassist TJ Koleoso, keyboardist Joe Armon-Jones, trumpeter Ife Ogunjobi, and tenor saxophonist James Mollison the group has a real chemistry built up over years of playing live together. They’re as able to pump a dance floor as they are to offer suave home listening soundtracks so expect a fluid musical trip from this influential London outfit whose second album in 2022 saw them reach critically acclaimed new heights.

Liv.e infuses funk, soul and Southern hip-hop influences on top of hazy lofi production, while hot Scottish talent Sam Gellaitry has a vivid sound that plays with in-between sounds and hazy disco, layered vocals and jazzy rhythms. Add in a DJ set from the one and only downtempo, dub, Latin and world music maestro Nightmares On Wax, plus more from hip hop and soul singer, writer and producer Emmavie.

On top of that come Eglo label head and eclectic selector Alexander Nut, contemporary jazz outfit Ishmael Ensemble, broken beat innovator Kaidi Tatham pairs off with DJ Gilla for a special DJ set, there will be a live PA from Ingrid Allman (from acclaimed Brit-funk outfit Freez) plus much more from Akemi Fox, muva of Earth, Sam Gellaitry, Adi Oasis, Zakia, Winnie, Johnny Reckless, D. Vyzor, The Style Siblings, Abi Clarke, The Shejay, Mr Thing, Vanessa Freeman & Lyric L plus DJ Dibs and Disco Ballin’.

Aside from the music, Cross The Tracks offers plenty to explore from a rich creatives’ market to insightful talks, panels and workshops by charity partners. There is also a wealth of site art to bring the lush green apr to life and over 40 breweries from across South London, more than 40+ food and drink traders and specially designed stages. All this plays out with great facilities in Brockwell Park with plenty of bespoke bars, food vendors, luxury toilets for VIP access and lush chillout areas.

The final countdown has now begun to this carefully curated and tasteful celebration of soul, jazz and funk.


NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge)

Alfa Mist

Ezra Collective



Abi Clarke

Adi Oasis

Akemi Fox

Alexander Nut




Channel One

Chelsea Carmichael


Children of Zeus

D. Vyzor

Disco Ballin’

DJ Dibs

DOMi & JD Beck


Gilles Peterson

Handson Family

Hermanos Guitiérrez

Ingrid Allman (Freez) live PA

Ishmael Ensemble

Johnny Reckless

Kaidi Tatham & DJ Gilla (DJ set)


Loose Ends

Lunch Money Life

Mr Thing

muva of Earth

Nightmares On Wax (DJ Set)

Ravyn Lenae

Roy Ayers (Farewell Tour)

Sam Gellaitry

Son Little

The Count

The Shejay

The Silhouettes Project

The Style Siblings

Vanessa Freeman & Lyric L


Yazmin Lacey