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Having bid an emotional farewell to their longstanding event series back in 2015, the team behind Southport Weekender has announced its return with a one-day festival on Saturday 10th June at London’s Finsbury Park.

The festival is a home for genres including house, soul, R&B, garage and disco, so with that in the mind the lineup features Kerri Chandler, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Roger Sanchez, David Morales, Danny Krivit, Tony Humphries, Delano Smith and Derrick Carter also confirmed. Techno originator Juan Atkins and the sincere talent of Osunlade will deliver their game-changing sounds, while Dan Shake signifies a new wave of talent inspired by this classic house sound.

Elsewhere, legendary British selectors Jazzie B (OBE) and Joey Negro embody the festival’s soul and disco offering, together with slots from Detroit Swindle and South Africa’s rising star Culoe De Song, Godfather of UK garage Grant Nelson, LTJ Bukem, plus a live performance from the voice of Kings of Tomorrow’s ‘Finally’, Julie McKnight.

VIP tickets are already sold out and general admission tickets are currently on second release – priced at an extremely reasonable cost of £35, fancy it grab a tickets from southportweekenderfestival.com


Kerri Chandler
Roger Sanchez
David Morales
Dj Jazzy Jeff
Delano Smith
Derrick Carter
Culoe De Song
Joey Negro
Detroit Swindle
Danny Krivit
Tony Humphries
Julie Mcknight – Live PA
Stacey Pullen
Juan Atkins
Kenny Larkin
Eddie Fowlkes
DJ Spen
Amp Fiddler – Live
Dan Shake
Grant Nelson
Jazzie B (OBE)
LTJ Bukem
Kai Alcé
Sadar Bahar
Anthony Naples
John Morales
T Williams
Graeme Park
CJ Mackintosh
Melon Bomb
Red Greg
Rhemi – Live
Han Lei – Live Pa
Paul Trouble Anderson
Greg Edwards
Booker T
Jumping Jack Frost
DJ Fen & MC Creed
Martin Lodge
Femi Fem
Dr Bob Jones
Matt White
Steve Butler
Stretch Taylor
Gordon Mac
Melvo Baptiste
Dr Psycho (MC)
Shaq D (MC)
Craig Williams (MC)
George Kay
Mike Vitti
Lil Stevie
Ronnie Herel
Sy Sez
Natasha Kitty Katt
David Bailey
Davide Fiorese
Mark Stone
Terry Jones
Andy Davies
James Morgan
Jimmy Allen
Ryan Peake

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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