Village Green lines up for Lambeth Country Show 2022, July 16-17 – full details – Brixton Buzz

Lambeth have announced the full line-up for the Village Green stage at this year’s Lambeth Country Show, which will take place over the weekend of July 16-17, 2022:


1:30 p.m.: Sing Out Streatham & Peckham Rye Sings

A friendly community choir that meets every Thursday evening in Streatham. No experience necessary. Voices of all shapes and sizes required. Come find your voice at Sing Out Streatham.

2:45 p.m.: Lambeth Wind Orchestra

Lambeth Wind Orchestra is a community concert band based in Herne Hill. The orchestra was founded in 2008 and has around 40 members who hail from London and beyond, although they are always keen to hear from people who would like rejoin.

4 p.m.: raw jam

Nurturing raw talent, catalyzing creative development and supporting mental health through industry-standard music and media channels for diverse communities in our South London creative community hub and through our vibrant online community.

Raw Material Music and Media is a creative hub for South London communities. Our purpose-built 3-story building includes 2 recording studios, a computer suite, DJ and music and video production software and hardware, as well as a live room for performances, workshops and the overall work.

5 p.m.: Sarah L. King Quintet

Sarah L. King is increasingly recognized on the London jazz scene as a silky-smooth vocalist with a warm stage presence and a repertoire that includes accomplished original songs as well as beautifully performed standards and a certain funk and soul influence. .

6 p.m.: Brasstermind

10 piece marching band from Brixton playing New Orleans soul, funk, afrobeat and grunge style party tunes.

7 p.m.: NKomba

Nkomba is a contemporary African folk band that plays an energetic mix of Malawian folk songs and African roots music.


12:30 p.m.: real voices

Real Voices celebrates the fact that all voices are unique: some are trained, some are not; some project boldly, others are soft and haunting; some are clear, others are hoarse. With all of these weird and wonderful combinations, the possibilities of what Real Voices can create by singing together are endless. Their choirs are based in Balham, Battersea, Brixton, Clapham, Crystal Palace, Tooting and Vauxhall.

1:30 p.m.: Rolling Stream

Heathbrook Primary School’s in-house band have been working hard creating sounds together all year round and we can’t wait to welcome them to our Village Green stage. Come and show your support for local Lambeth students.

2:15 p.m.: Sweet! Consort CIC Recorder

The directory of SWeet! is extremely varied: from Renaissance and Baroque music, with which the recorder is most often associated, through classical music, jazz, minimalist music and folk music from all over the world, to rock , pop, rap, Bollywood and music using electronics and extended acting techniques, there really is something for everyone on every SWeet! concert program.

3 p.m.: Cats of Japan

Cats From Japan remains London’s most thrilling Bowie tribute, delighting packed club shows in the capital with the best of Thin White Duke’s incredible canon. This quartet takes no prisoners and walks away quietly as they go on glorious blow after blow… Lambeth, you are formally invited to sing and dance with them.

4 p.m.: Unity Inspire Collective

Unity Inspire Collective is a group of professional musicians inspired by an Afro-Brazilian percussion genre called Samba-Reggae that combines the rich cultures of Brazil and Jamaica, and their blend of different musical backgrounds.

5 p.m.: Soul Grenades

A true tornado of funk, the band boasts a super tight rhythm section, a wall of horns and a burgeoning collection of original songs. Fusing their many influences, encompassing case-digging rarities to contemporary dancefloor fillers, Soul Grenades deliver unadorned, hard-hitting funk and soul music.

6 p.m.: Otto and Mutapa’s call

Otto & The Mutapa Calling are a colorful London-based marimba band playing energetic, upbeat music from Zimbabwe, South Africa and Botswana, including folksongs, original songs and popular covers from Africa southern. The band’s lineup includes soprano, tenor and baritone marimbas, hosho, drums and vocals, along with traditional and contemporary dances. The sound of the marimba band is full of energy and pulsating rhythms – and the band’s music shares the rich cultures, histories and narratives of the peoples of southern Africa.

7 p.m.: Ceilidh tree

The best way to end the weekend is with Ceilidh Tree who will guide you through a mass participatory ceilidh on the Village Green stage. Ceilidh Tree’s fiddle aces and amazing caller are guaranteed to get you dancing whether you’re a virgin or a veteran.

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