Peckham Rye Music Festival isn’t all about the music; it’s about the community that fosters the creation of the cultures that the festival is celebrating. From the Monday through to Sunday there will be a series of Fringe events taking place in some of Peckham’s best venues, including panel talks, creative art and music workshops, installations and performances. READ MORE
New for Peckham Rye Music Festival in 2017 is the addition of an Outdoor Stage in the heart of festival. The Outdoor Stage will be kicking off the festival on the Friday, playing live music until 10:00pm on the Friday and Saturday, and 9:00pm on the Sunday. This is the first time a stage like this has been put up in the Copeland Park space, and it will be playing host to some of the most exciting and varied acts providing some sunshine soundtracks to your weekend.
On the opening weekend, we have Liam Monoghan’s Reggae Roots & Bass taking control, bringing a lively mix of live ska, dub, and of course, reggae and bass acts such as New Town Kings, Daddy Nature, Hempolics, and more to get you going on the Friday.
On Saturday the stage will play host to a variety of musicians indulging you in music from across the world, including the likes of South London producer Al Dobson Jr, smooth saxophonist Laura Misch and West African Afrobeat masters Kokoroko, to name a few.
The Sunday hands the reigns over to the Secretsundaze crew, who will be putting on one of their infamous day raves of all things house, techno, and disco. They have hosted these parties since 2002 in some of London’s best venues, and will be bringing the party to the heart of Copeland Park on the Sunday to finish off the opening weekend.
You can get day tickets and weekend tickets from here.
We’ll see you there!
Let’s go outside
We are hugely excited that this year Peckham Rye Music Festival will be hosting two outdoor stages in Copeland Park. We have the likes of Axel Boman, Laura Misch, Oscar Jerome, New Town Kings and Patrice Scott looking forward to entertaining you outdoors during the daytime.
Leave the wellies at home
Our festival site is in the heart of Peckham so all our spaces have rain contingencies and there’s no risk of a mud bath.
More artists and more
Over 100 artists across the festival – bringing you the best of local, national and international talent to your front door.
Variation of sounds
Our offer has expanded to include so much more live music, you can hear jazz, afrobeat, reggae, ska, electronic and a whole lot more!
Greater ticket options
Building on feedback from last year we have made the selection of tickets more flexible than ever before – individual day tickets, main weekend, closing weekend, daytime only, to name a few.
During the opening weekend at our festival hub in Copeland Park we are installing 4 custom sound systems to ensure the music is delivered to you in the highest quality possible.
We are lining up some exciting food offerings, utilising the delicious options available on-site all year round with some fantastic additions to tantalise your taste buds.
Late night/after hours raving
As expected our core house, techno and disco parties go on to the wee small hours of the morning. We are also planning some secret and not so secret after parties so sign up to the mailing list and keep your ear to the ground.
We are working with a host of local organisations and community groups to produce a range of opportunities for people to try their hand at a range of creative pursuits.
For this weekend only…
Buy 6 opening full weekend tickets and get another one for free! Find tickets here
Audiovisual Workshop & Exhibition “SITE : WORK” / Bea Wilson & Tendayi Vine / Supported by Kitmapper