On Saturday 28th April Brixton is all about the funk as a brand new day & night festival arrives in the heart of South London.
Celebrating 40 years of the boogie, Brixton Disco Festival's programme includes live music at the incredible Electric Brixton with Joey Negro, Joceyln Brown (live) and Crazy P Soundsystem. On the Prince of Wales Rooftop will be the Low Life Rooftop Disco party with Bill Brewster and Ray Mang and the iconic Ritzy Cinema will host a record fair, DJ sets and screening & Q&A with Nicky Siano. At the historical Black Cultural Archives will be DJs and disco exhibition and for the first time ever, a Roller Disco will pop up in Windrush Square. Nicky Siano will see out the festival and bring the groove of Studio 54 to South London with a late night set, not to be missed.
Top of the bill of live acts and DJs at Electric Brixton will be London disco icon Joey Negro. Having produced with love for close to three decades, Joey is widely regarded as one of the most credible and in-demand artists on the global music scene. Performing alongside him will be legendary disco diva Jocelyn Brown. Accompanied by a full live band, her soulful mix of R&B, dance and funk promises to be an unforgettable spectacle. Also performing both live and with a DJ set will be Crazy P Soundsystem, whose irresistible blend of disco and house will keep the crowd two-steppin' till the sun comes up.
Hosting the illustrious POW rooftop all day long will be London legends Low Life, who have been throwing London's best professional house parties since moving over from Harlem in 1997. They'll be joined by the likes of Bill Brewster, Ray Man and Frank Broughton, as well as the legendary Nick The Record, who will be spinning an extended set inspired by his time as resident at The Gallery and Studio 54.
On top of all this, some of London's finest disco crews will be out in full support, including big names such as Fever 105, Slide, Byday Bynight, Midnight Riot with Yam Who?, MogaDisco, Up On The Roof, Love Come Down, Slothboogie, Noble + Heath, Size Doesn't Matter, Cadillac Soundsystem’s Mark Hume and The Date’s Tim Keenoy.