Following on from their successful inaugural year, with DJ’s David Rodigan and Mungo’s Hi-fi amongst it’s biggest acts, the festival hosted by KERB, a company which champions street food businesses, is designed to showcase the best emerging artists in the world of food, music and the arts.
Expanding for 2019, there will be a diverse array of young talent as well as bonafide legends with Kelis, genre elusive innovativor, headlining. She is sure to bring a show full of horns, soul and of course milkshakes. Omar will also be playing, bringing smooth, romantic vibes to proceedings, whilst UK soul icon Jazzie B will be taking us all back to the old skool. Also watch out for South London’s own Barney Artist (one of the most interesting and heartfelt rappers in the UK scene) and jazz collective Steam Down who to see live is a true, magical experience.
Jam on the Rye is a celebration of the richness and the culture of London in all its many forma, with DJ sets also from Norman Jay MBE (deffo likely to be funky) and the of rising star S4U Aisha Zoe, as well as a KERB street food village featuring a diverse range of delicacies (and the best burgers), this will be one not to miss!
Words, Will Craigie – @blondedboiiii
Images, Jam on the Rye