NEWS: Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul Festival confirms first wave of artists for 2023

NEWS: Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul Festival confirms first wave of artists for 2023

When: 7th – 9th July 2023

Where: Moseley Park and Pool, Moseley, Birmingham, England

After yet another hugely successful event this summer, the Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul Festival will again return next year to the idyllic setting of Moseley Park, just two miles outside of Birmingham city centre.  Back for its 14th edition, this independent festival has built a reputation for presenting iconic acts alongside up-and-coming artists in the most intimate of outdoor settings.

The first names announced for next year are Fat Freddy’s Drop, the seven-piece band from Wellington, New Zealand who are widely regarded as one of the world’s finest live draws; Goldie, raised in neighbouring Wolverhampton and who became well known for his pioneering role as a musician in the 1990s UK jungle, drum and bass, and breakbeat hardcore scenes; and Jungle, who have been at the forefront of the UK music scene since their Mercury Prize nominated and certified gold self-titled debut album in 2014. For Mostly, the duo will be presenting their Jungle DJ Set.

They will be joined in 2023 by the Manchester-based DJ and Producer, Mr. ScruffCrazy P Soundsystem, songwriter Eva Lazarus, legendary DJ Norman JayMafalda, JazzFM Award winner Emma Jean Thackray (DJ Set), Birmingham’s very own upcoming lyricist, TrueMendousHeavy Beat Brass Band, British Asian producer Nikhil BeatsToniRe:LiahIsland:T and Leftfoot DJs.

Further line-up additions will be announced in the New Year.

Early Bird tickets are now available priced £135 (adult) – plus booking fees.

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God Is In The TV had the immense pleasure of being there this year and here is our review of Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul 2022

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