Jam On Rye will be bringing the world renowned superstar Kelis to Peckham her first UK festival performance of 2019. The queen of RnB will be headlining the festival, performing her numerous international hits such as Milkshake, Trick Me and Millionaire in what is sure to be a show of carnival-esque proportions.
She’ll be joined by none other than founder of Soul 2 Soul and musical legend Jazzie B. Awarded an OBE for services to music in 2008 Jazzie has a well earned legacy of being one of the most respected musicians in the business, and his performance at Jam On Rye will be one to remember. Also playing will be soul legend Omar, who having collaborated with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Carleen Anderson, not to mention also receiving an MBE for services to music fits right in to the star studded line up.
Jam On Rye isn’t just about the music, they will also be bringing the absolute cream of street food to Peckham Rye, hosting the most diverse food line up to be seen in London this year.
Families are also welcomed at Jam On Rye, with this years festival offering an endless programme of activities for kids to enjoy, not to mention a playground situated inside a whole dome, with activities such as the messy ‘slime factory’ to keep the young ones entertained.
Created for the communities of Peckham and South London, Jam on Rye will be working with local music, food, charity and craft organisations at every opportunity. From music fans hungry to discover new sounds, food fans keen to make the tastebuds tingle and families looking for a fun day out with plenty of activities for the kids to enjoy, Jam on Rye has something for everyone.
Brought to you by KERB – an organisation that specialises in incubating and accelerating food businesses – who’s vision will filter down for the curation of Jam On Rye’s second year; providing a platform to showcase and develop new talent, providing a space that nurtures creativity in all forms.
Organisers will also be looking after the environment with 100% of food traders using compostable containers and committed to cutting out single use plastics as well as reusable cups and recycling. KERB also support homeless charity First Love Foundation.