11amThe steel band from the Cambridge University Steel Pan Society is a very friendly group of pannists wanting to share steelpan music in Cambridge. We perform a variety of genres, including but not limited to soca, jazz, soul, and pop.
11.50amWednesday Morning are an eclectic pop and folk band that started making music through the Cambridge Community Arts project.
1pmWe play the hottest (and loudest!) of Brazilian carnival rhythms. Our repertoire includes a range of different pieces, from traditional Brazilian and Cuban rhythms to original pieces written by our members. You'll hear everything from funk to reggae and everything inbetween.
Ki Luna + Mousey B
2pmAn acoustic amalgamation of reggae, folk, punk and hip-hop with aggressively political lyrics that focus on cathartic reclamation of power presented through poetry, fast rap and catchy melodies.
2.40pmProvincia is a Mexican DJ, bringing sounds from their homeland and other places South. No drama. Deep breaths. Twerk slowly on your own. Queer reguetón, neoperreo, and Latin American bangers will keep you warm.
3.50pmBreak the Code is a collective of artists. We bring together MCs, vocalists, music producers and DJs. Our main emphasis is on MCs with conscious political lyrics and a party vibe aka the ‘Rapt-tivists’. 2023 festival season has seen a womxn Drum N Bass flex! We are artists repping the activist movement as well as being a credible emerging music label!
5pmDJ and Producer Bosslady started mixing back in 2006 making moves in the underground dance music scene, flawlessly spinning ragga jungle records on the turntables. She quickly built a reputation for extremely heavy tune selection and tight mixing skills leaving the dance floor in flames, seriously this girl is all killers no fillers and she definitely takes no prisoners!
6pmLIFE4LAND’s co founder Ed Cox’s ‘CLOWNCORE’ has had international recognition due to his unique performances. Fusing traditional music with ska, jungle and breakcore, Ed Cox wraps the lot in his live performances whilst playing the accordion.
7pmApex HiFi, promoting roots and culture, reggae dubwise vibrations. Selections from Jimi Steppa and vocals by Jeff Levi and Sim Simma. Apex HiFi is a community-based sound system, bringing the community together through roots reggae music. Vibes to uplift, edify, decolonise your mind and dance how you feel. Come as you are, music for the heart.