They will join Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayers, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, CARRTOONS, Channel One and more

Cross The Tracks 2023

Date: Sunday 28th May, 2023
Location: Brockwell Park, London
Facebook / Instagram: @xthetracks

Cross The Tracks is lining up another irresistible celebration of soul, jazz and funk and more for Brockwell Park, London on May Bank Holiday 2023. A second wave of names includes NxWorries (aka Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge) plus Children of Zeus, Yazmin Lacey, Son Little and Annahstasia. These come on top of first wave names Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayers, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends and many more. But the music is not all there is scheduled with a creatives’ market, talks, panels and workshops by charity partners, site art and so much more for a wonderful summer time session so get your tickets now.

These latest names are headed up by the world renowned ­super-duo Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge who joined up first in 2014 and have since come back together to work again after Anderson .Paak’s solo career took off. Their first release in years ‘Where I Go’ proved a big hit and again mixes up hip-hop and rap with catchy hooks and killer basslines. They’re joined by Children of Zeus, the Manchester pair who have brought real soul to UK hip-hop over the course of countless essential singles in the last few years. Their tender bars and heartfelt beats are simply irresistible.

Also joining are singer, songwriter and storyteller Yazmin Lacey, an R&B and soul sensation on First Word Records, plus Son Little, an American rhythm & blues musician from Philadelphia whose album Like Neptune has won critical acclaim. Last of all for now is Annahstasia, an LA/NYC soul musician who weaves her spiritual evolution into hypnotic vocal tapestries.

This year’s event is a cultural wonder packed with 70+ hours of music and loved for its open minded crowd, free-spirited atmosphere and mix of musical class – some old, some new, plenty of things in between but all of it innovative and fresh. Next the music there will be over 40 breweries from across South London, more than 40+ food and drink traders and specially designed stages.

The location for this tasteful celebration is Brockwell Park, a lush green space with bespoke bars, food concessions, luxury toilets for VIP access and lush chillout areas all adding extra comforts to the natural beauty of the ornamental ponds, formal flower beds and walled garden that you will find.

These latest names come on top of the already announced likes of soul, jazz, R&B and hip-hop stars such as Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roy Ayers, Channel One, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, CARRTOONS with tens more.

Cross The Tracks 2023 is s­haping up to be the best edition yet so secure your tickets now.


NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Masego, Kelis, Alfa Mist, Gilles Peterson, Roys Ayers (farewell tour), Yazmin Lacey, Ravyn Lenae, DOMi & JD Beck, Children of Zeus, Son Little, Annahstasia, Loose Ends, Hermanos Guitiérrez, CARRTOONS, Channel One, The Silhouettes Project, BCUC, The Count, Chelsa Carmichael, Cherise, Lunch Money Life, Handson Family + more to TBA