It’s time for Sunfall!

It's time for Sunfall festival! London's most exciting festival for underground music

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Sunfall, London’s most exciting festival for underground music is back this weekend for it’s second year. The line up is filled with legendary names in the electronic scene including Larry Heard – with his first UK appearance in over 20 years, Theo Parrish, The Black Madonna and Palm Trax. Accompanying the large mix of house and techno is a carefully selected array of hip hop, jazz electonica, soul and disco with artists including Madlib, Yussef Kamaal, Jay Electronica, Romare and Roy Ayers.

As with it’s debut, Sunfall is split into 2 halves. Daytime activities begin in Brixton’s Brockwell Park from around midday, followed by a number of late-night sessions scattered across London’s infamous underground venues XOYO, Corsica studios, Brixton Jam, Jazz Cafe and more.

To get you excited for the weekend, we’ve selected our favourite acts you need to see!

Princess Nokia
West Stage, 19.45 — 20.45

Madlib
West Stage, 1800—1945

Romare
Main Stage, 1500—1600

Peggy Gou
North Stage, 1230—1430

Eric Lau
Selectors Assemble, XOYO 2200—0600

IG Culture
Selectors Assemble, XOYO 2200—0600

Sunfall takes place in Brockwell Park this Saturday, August 12th
See the full line up here
View the set times here
Buy the tickets here

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