South Facing festival has unveiled its full, genre-spanning line-up for its seven dates through July and August 2023, once again taking over Crystal Palace Bowl for what has become the capital’s biggest series of open-air concerts.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will be heading to South London for an already sold-out headline show Long-time friend and collaborator Johnny Marr and his band will also join, performing as special guests at Crystal Palace Bowl on Friday 28 July 2023.
Prolific Scottish rock duo Primal Scream join the mega line-up for London’s South Facing. Taking place on Friday 4 August, Primal Scream will be supported by Scottish duo, The Jesus and Mary Chain, along with Texan psych-rock legends The Black Angels.
Rudimental LIVE will be celebrating 10 years of their 2013 seminal, Mercury Music Prize niminated album ‘Home’, the album.
There’ll be an afternoon of fun for all the family on Sunday 6 August as Raver Tots, the renowned family-friendly rave, where kids and grown ups can hit the dance floor and rave the day away together.
Manchester legends James will be at South Facing Festival as the band celebrates four incredible decades together. Joining James on the line-up will de Happy Mondays
Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit join South Facing on Saturday 12 August. The band will see support from special guests: Irish singer-songwriter CMAT, folk band Flyte and former Maccabees, Felix and Hugo White – 86TVs.
Chart-topping, multi-award-winning British singer Craig David will be at South Facing on Sunday 13 August, with support from one of the biggest breakout dance acts of recent years, and 21 Reasons hitmaker, Nathan Dawe.