Those of you who joined us in Peckham Rye Music Festival’s debut year will already know Copeland Gallery as being the hub of Copeland Park and Peckham Rye Music Festival itself. So you’ll be pleased to hear Copeland Gallery will return in 2017, taking up stead as the warehouse hub of the festival, providing an indoor dancefloor equipped with a full Funktion 1 soundsystem, to dance and drink in until kicking out time.

Peckham based and world conquering label Hyperdub, founded by none other than Kode9, will be getting you off to a flying start with their eclectic mix of house, garage, dubstep, grime and footwork. Artists performing from the label that produced Burial include Kode9 himself, and a special unannounced guest to keep your eyes and ears open for.

The Saturday will see a collaboration between Friends of Ours and online music magazine Inverted Audio putting on their mouthwatering line up of heavy hitters, including Space Dimension Controller, 3024 label producer Martyn, disco-funk producer Nebraska, and more.

On Sunday the South London Record fair will be taking place in and around Copeland Gallery until 6:00pm, when Stamp the Wax will be taking over to close the weekend appropriately, including acts such as deep house pioneer Mike Huckaby, and jazz and spiritual deep house artist Jenifa Mayanja.

Copeland Gallery will also be playing host to a number of soon to be announced fringe events taking place throughout the week.

You can get day and weekend tickets here.