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Channel One, General Levy, Koffee, more announced for London’s City Splash festival 2023

Jamaican reggae star Chronixx will also perform in the UK for the first time in five years at the Brixton festival next May

Channel One, General Levy, Koffee, more announced for London’s City Splash festival 2023

London's City Splash festival has revealed the first names playing its 2023 edition.

The one-day festival celebrating dub culture comes to Brockwell Park on the late May bank holiday on Monday, 29th May next year. The line-up features a mix of reggae, dancehall and Afrobeats acts, headlined by Jamaican reggae star Chronixx with his first UK performance in five years.

Across seven stages, there will be performances by Koffee, Ayra Starr, Channel One Soundsystem, Tash LC, General Levy, Gyakie, Iration Steppas, Shenseea, Dubwise Jamaica, Bossy LDN, Skillibeng, Rampage Sound, Stylo G and more. 

City Splash is partnering with Blk Eats LDN to host more than 60 black-owned food traders to the Brixton event. There will also be workshops, panels and talks hosted by the festival's charity partners, with more details still to come.

Revisit Tash LC's Fresh Kicks mix from 2019, and read Ria Hylton's recent long-read on the history of UK sound system culture, featuring Channel One, here.

See the 2023 City Splash line-up so far below and get your tickets here