Friday 1st June 2018 Highlights

Friday 1st June 2018 Highlights

Welcome to Brockley Max Festival 2018!

Let’s get this street party started!

The Festival opens Friday night from 4.30pm, Foxberry Road near Brockley station.

We are very excited to have the following acts play on our Opening Night:

Yin Yang Music Gang: zombie dub and old school dancehall with reggae, roots and jungle.

Tatyana aka @blueharpgirl: harpist, singer, producer & sound artist. Weaves together classical instrument with modern music, influenced by pop, jazz and folk to create her own unique sound.

Boy Wonder: this Lewisham born singer-songwriter brings his own unique sound to the stage for, perfect for a summer’s evening.

Dusty: Blues singer & musician and one man band! Slide guitar and Mississippi mud-harp backed by kick beats. He has played in his native Ireland, the US and London, doing a mix of original music and cover tracks.

Glasxs:  indie-electronica artist who mixes robots with nature. Inspired by Radiohead, James Blake, Portishead & Lyyke Li. Her debut album ‘Planet Reverse’ is available now.

Hummy Mummies: don’t miss this wonderful, family friendly pop-choir. Guarantee you will be singing along with their fun pop favourites.

Josef Piturn-Riley: make sure to catch this upbeat pop/rock musician, for a lively performance full of energy and fun.

Prima Queen: female dreamy, alternative/indie duo delivering nostalgic storytelling with lighthearted lyrical imagery.

Lina Simons: wonderful mix of rap and soul from this Afro-Italian artist.

Thunk: if roots and jazz are your thing, don’t miss Thunk. With influences of ska, reggae and South African music this six-piece includes our musical directors, Richard and Ben Swan.

Coldway, a multi-faceted singer/rapper/producer from Memphis, TN, blazes through the music industry with his unique, soulful sound titled “Space Soul”. His latest project ‘G.T.O.’ embodies his core to the fullest, while giving a melodic journey on every song.

Make sure you call in, maybe get a drink and something to eat. You might also like to check out the street art, part of the Brockley Street Art Festival.

Don’t forget to consult your programme for all the fantastic events on offer today.

The downloadable version is available here.