You know that episode of The Simpsons where Homer doesn’t let Bart go to watch the Itchy and Scratchy movie; instead opting to stand his ground for forty years, right up until he’s old and wissened? That’s how drawn out a lesson it feels like ‘winter 2023/24’ is teaching. We understand the general idea and really do get the point… but can you relent now? No? That isn’t how it works? It’s still a good three months until festival season?
Well, to soften that blow that we all definitely went through together, let us just tell you about an exciting lineup that’s coming to Brockwell Park over the May Bank Holiday Weekend. Then you can make your plans for whenever it is that winter does decide to let up, and we can all have a large dance! in! the! park!
Project 6 arrived as a debut festival last year, and after the success of the first shot, they’re back for round two on May 24with a stellar bill that also celebrates 30 years of Rinse FM.
Who is playing Project 6 Festival in 2024?
Topping the bill is pioneering US hip-hop artist Pusha T and London rapper Nineswho are joined by the techno sounds of Elizabeth Rose; the erupting-into-the-room Katy B; mighty dance rhythms of SBTRKT; and the pulsating basslines of Shy FX. Other highlights include CASISDEADfresh from his highly-acclaimed masterpiece Famous Last Wordsas well as Well, Chip, Mala, Taylah Elaineand more.
30 years of Rinse FM
Starting life in pirate radio origins all the way back in ’94, Rinse FM has become an instantly recognisable name in the world of the London electronic music scene – making a collaboration between them and Project 6 festival a complete no-brainer. The station has provided vital exposure to artists that are synonymous with London culture, such as Dizzee Rascal and Screamwith the list of artists to have appeared on the station including Skepta, P Money, DJ Spoonyand many more.
How do I get tickets to Project 6?
You can secure tickets to Project 6 festivalwhich celebrates 30 years of Rinse FMvia their website. The event begins at 1:30pm on May 24, with last entry at 8pm for a 10pm close. There will be two exits out of the festival, one towards Herne Hill Station, and the other leading to Brixton Station.