January 24, 2023
The Peckham festival returns for its seventh year.
GALA Festival has announced the full line-up for its seventh edition in Peckham Rye Park from May 26 to 28, 2023.
Featuring performances from Jordan Rakei, Kerri Chandler, Overmono, Anz, Sherelle, Bradley Zero and more, the festival will host stage takeovers from Big Dyke Energy, Corsica Studios and Rush Hour.
See the day-by-day breakdown below.
Partners: Rhythm Section, Giant Steps, Born N Bread
Ahadadream, Amadou & Mariam, Amaliah b2b Richard Akingbehin, BORN N BREAD, Call Super, Cami, Layé Okún, Congo Natty, Cousin Kula, dreamcastmoe, Felix Hall, George Riley, Jamz Supernova b2b Tash LC, Jelani Blackman, John Carroll Kirby feat. Eddie Chacon, Jordan Rakei, Leon Vynehall, Luke Una, NiNE8 Collective, Nubya Garcia, ORII Orchestra, Romare (live), SHERELLE, Winds & Skins, Yung Singh
Partners: The Pickle Factory, Corsica Studios, Big Dyke Energy
AceMoMa, Alex Kassian, Anz, Big Dyke Energy, Byron Yeates & THC, Donato Dozzy, Hamish & Toby, Jaye Ward, Jennifer Loveless, Malika, Marie Malarie, Move D, OK Williams, Overmono, Paquita Gordon, Paula Tape, Riva, Saoirse, The Ghost, The Orb (live), Tuva Luna, Young Marco
Partners: Horse Meat Disco, 25 Years of Rush Hour, Refuge Worldwide
Analog Soul, Anja Ngozi, Antal, Baby K, Bradley Zero, Coco Maria, Danilo Plessow (MCDE) b2b Jeremy Underground, ERICA, Gerd Janson, Hannah Holland, Heléna Star, Horse Meat Disco, Hunee, Josh Caffé, Kamma & Masalo, Kerri Chandler, Kornél Kovács, Mark Grusane, Mr Scruff b2b Charlie Dark, Prosumer b2b Gideon, Refuge Worldwide, Tai Lokun, Tarzsa, Yu Su
Pre-sale tickets are available by sign-up from 10am on January 31.