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Dance To A Multitude Of Genres And Eat Divine Street Food At Naked City Music Festival This Weekend

Jack Saddler Jack Saddler - Staff Writer

Dance To A Multitude Of Genres And Eat Divine Street Food At Naked City Music Festival This Weekend

Festival season is still going strong.

Festivals; what a concept! The return of our favourite summer activity has been nothing short of a glorious, triumphant affair this summer.

But don’t let the fact that it’s September (and technically Autumn) quell your desire to continue your reunion with dancing in a field. This month, there are more events than ever, and Naked City is one of the best you’ll find. So don’t put those wellies, bucket hats, and shades away just yet.

The Bunker, Naked City

Beckenham Park is playing host to Naked City on Saturday (September 11), an event with an eclectic, genre-spanning lineup that’ll have you dancing into the night.

Whether you fancy nursing your hangover to some relaxing Jazz or getting down and dirty straight away with some fast and euphoric dancing to Jungle beats, Naked City will have all your needs covered. And, in between your acts of choice, you can munch down on grub from a fine selection of London street food vendors.

Playing the event are the likes of legendary Drum and Bass artist LTJ Bukem; afrobeat meets techno project The Paradox (Jean-Phi Dary & Jeff Mills); saxophonist and composer Nilo; reggae soundsystem producers Mungo’s HiFi; and many, many more. View the full lineup here.

Artists will play across four stages, between the hours of midday – 10.30pm. You can find tickets to the event via the Naked City website

Read more: 21 Fantastic London Music Festivals Still To Come In Summer 2021