Cross The Tracks completes its line up for Sunday June 7th at Brixton’s Brockwell Park with the addition of Khruangbin and The Cinematic Orchestra to already announced stars such as Madlib, Sister Sledge, Tinariwen, Gilles Peterson, Norman Jay MBE, Sudan Archives, Greentea Peng, Sadar Bahar, Coops, Neue Grafik Ensemble, Dreamcast and many more.

Khruangbin are the Texan Thai-funk trio who have become cult favourites in recent years. Their albums on Late Night tales and live shows at the finest clubs and festivals are psyched-out affairs with dubby drums, exotic leads and warm bass that takes you on a trip to the stars and back again, with funk to spare.

Legendary group The Cinematic Orchestra have been merging electronic music and cinematic soundscapes for decades. Their timeless albums are rich, lush, immersive fusions of a wide array of styles and when they perform they bring all that to the stage and more. Expect plenty off their latest Ninja Tune album, too.

Cross The Tracks is a perfect one day getaway in the blissful green surrounds of Brockwell Park, It offers a wealth of street food from the finest traders, carefully brewed craft beer as well as VIP areas, luxury toilets, chill out vibes, wellness areas and panels, art fairs, creative markets and plenty of other activities to get you feeling good, thinking deep and enjoying yourself in the sun.

The latest names come on top of another tasteful and all encasing mix of funk, soul, disco, jazz, r&b and house stars that range from brand new and red hot to enduring and legendary. These include the likes of disco queens Sister Sledge, hip hip giant Madlib, funk great Norman Jay MBE, eclectic maestro Gilles Peterson, desert blues icons Tinariwen, disco selector Sadar Bahar, the rousing London African Gospel Choir, new school hip hop from Coops, a strong modern jazz continent in the form of Neue Grafik Ensemble, SEED Ensemble, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Theon Cross and plenty of cutting edge neo-soul trendsetters such as Sudan Archives, Greentea Peng and plenty more.

Cross The Tracks 2020 is a grown up festival for people who appreciate the finer things in life. Now the full line up is revealed, the final countdown really begins.

Cross The Tracks
Sunday 7th June, 2020
Brockwell Park, London

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