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Ama Lou & Venna due to take the stage at Cross The Tracks this spring | @xthetracks_

Brockwell Park will be hosting the largest jazz, funk and soul festival in London on Saturday May 26th, headlined by the great Erykah Badu.

The incredibly talented Ama Lou will be in front of thousands performing her best tracks, and likely many from her recent album I Came Home Late which was released in September 2023. She is one of the best voices to come out of the UK in recent years, and will definitely be one to watch when she reaches the stage in May!

 

The London saxophonist Venna will also be in the Brixton park, bringing jazz to down South in what will undoubtedly be an exciting display of his work so far. He is a frequent collaborator with Knucks, and was worked across many genres, alongside Burna Boy, Beyonce and many more culture-shaping artists, of which he is becoming one of very soon. Venna brings a chill sound to UK rap in particular, creating a shift in rap music for a new generation of fans across the country, who should definitely get their tickets to come and see this great producer do what he does best live.

Buy your tickets for this incredible festival with the link below:

https://www.xthetracks.com/

James Woodham

Journalism student with a heavy focus on music

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