A new festival is coming to Brockwell Park this month and it’s being followed by a series of all-night parties across London.
Project 6, promises a unique day to night experience for music lovers.
On May 26, the festival’s seven stages will host an exciting lineup of artists with a range of drum and bass, hip-hop, grime and soul performances.
Headliners for the day event include Ghetts, SHY FX, Pip millet and Lex Amor among many others.
But Project 6 isn’t just offering a day of live music, there will also be talks, panels and workshops, 40 of London’s most talked about food traders and a craft beer market.
In the evening, the line-up continues on dance floors across some of London’s most popular music venues including FABRICLIVE, Village Underground, XOYO, Symmetry, 23 Degrees and Alchemy.
Website: https://www.project6festival.com/Project 6 Festival
Picture: Ghetts, one of the headline acts for Project 6. Picture: PA
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