Concluding the summer Get Together festival season, Leytonstone Street Fest boasts an eclectic line-up celebrating the best of the street and surrounding areas.
Join the festivities along Church Lane and enjoy a local producers market, food court and touring art exhibition.
Main Stage (near the Leytonstone underground station)
Luna will be hosting the main stage with an excellent line up of musicians throughout the day:
Kaagô – for authentic African drumming performances with the added ‘wow’ factor of a brilliant and dedicated master drummer, Henri Gaobi, & a star performer from Ivory Coast.
London based pop and funk band Sexy Rumours
London based band that specialize in performing versions of famous hits from the 70’s to the 00’s that you won’t hear at your average night out. Ranging from funky grooves to alt/pop vibes via inescapable classics we play the tunes that everyone wants to hear but are so often afraid to ask for.
The Thumping Tommys will be playing a heady brew of Irish and American folk music performed with a distinctly English style.
Mangoseed hail from Trinidad, a Jamaica, an Ireland and a Australia and fuse funk guitar riffs and rock bass with a poetical hip hop lyrical delivery to create their own unique sound.
The UK’s premier original rock/blues/pop band The Bad Day Blues Band
World Music at Luna – the Home of Live Music (Luna Lounge)
There will be a further two stages at Luna, featuring 10 bands and over 60 performers
12PM Latin dance from 11 piece band Habanera
2PM The Swamp Stomp String Band
4PM Robert J Hunter and his blues band
6PM9 piece James Brown inspired funk band Lickin Stick
1PM Klezmier band Happy Bagel
3PM The 286
5PMJack Wint-Reilly & Ann Liu Cannon
7PM The Taste of Southern Africa
8:30PM British rock from April Band
10PM Blues meets Drum and Bass from Dominic Clark
+ New Orleans marching band London Ruckus can be see around Leytonstone street between 2PM and 4PM
Street fest 2017