KERB, our favourite street food specialists, are embracing a new wave of delicious-ness this summer and launching their first ever music festival, Jam on Rye, over the May bank holiday.
They will be stepping off their normal concrete kerb stage, and onto the grass at Peckham Rye, offering music, food, drinks, local talent and more. KERB’s three stages will play host to Reggae Roast, Horace Andy, David Rodigan, Wormfood and a series of KERB talks which discuss London’s sound system culture and local talent.
KERB is best known for its eclectic flavours and Jam on Rye will not disappoint. Only Jerkin’, Breddos, Mexicana and many more will be on hand to tingle your tastebuds… Alongside cocktails and general good times.
Running from 10.30am to 11.30pm on May 28th, tickets start at £20, get yours now to celebrate food, music, Peckham and the start of summer!
To purchase tickets visit: www.kerbfood.com/jamonrye
Address: Peckham Rye, Strakers Road, London, SE15 3UA
Written by Sophie Perry