Brixton Disco Festival returns: Groove to the beat of London’s biggest celebration of Disco!

South London. Set against the backdrop of Brixton's Windrush Square, Electric Brixton, Brixton Jamm, The Ritzy Picturehouse, The Black Cultural Archives, and more will host live music, DJs, screenings, talks, and food & drink.
14 March 2024
Jocelyn Brown

London’s iconic Brixton Disco Festival is back on Saturday, May 4, 2024, for its sixth annual extravaganza, promising a celebration of over 40 years of Disco across multiple venues in the heart of South London.

Set against the backdrop of Brixton’s Windrush Square, Electric Brixton, Brixton Jamm, The Ritzy Picturehouse, The Black Cultural Archives, and more will host live music, DJs, screenings, talks, and food & drink.

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Headlining the event are renowned DJs and artists such as London’s own Artwork and disco legend Dave Lee JN. They will be joined by American vocalist Jocelyn Brown, Norman Jay MBE, Aroop Roy, and others.

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Highlights include the Faith All-Dayer, featuring Stuart Patterson, Terry Farley, Dave Jarvis, and guests, promising an exceptional mix of house music. Also on the bill are DJs Yasmin, Ella Knight, Michael Gray, Marcia Carr, and more.

For the first time, South London’s Daydream Disco will bring their portable stage ‘Kipling’ to the festival, alongside other stage hosts like Black & Gay Back in the Day, Don’t F**k With Disco, and The Disco Express.

Adding to the excitement, the Ritzy Cinema will screen Talking Heads’ classic ‘Stop Making Sense,’ offering a nostalgic journey through one of the greatest concert films of all time.

Partnering with the Black Cultural Archives, the festival will also feature a community stage showcasing established and emerging local talent from the black community.

Tickets are available now for what promises to be an unforgettable day of disco fever in Brixton.