Taking place at a new 10,000 capacity location, Cloud X Festival returns this summer with a line-up celebrating the diversity of British music.

Earning its stripes as one of the capital’s best boutique festivals, Cloud X has revealed its line- for 2023. Inviting a huge range of talent to Beckenham Park, the event provides a necessary space for underrepresented artists to show their potential. Knucks, Sainté and Biig Piig are just a handful of names who’ve played previously and reached dizzying heights since.  


This year’s edition will be headlined by Jerusalem-born artist Saint Levant, whose established himself as a global star, and Britain’s very own Samm Henshaw. Other highlights include empowering singer-songwriter BERWYN, south London lyrical queen Scuti and veteran vocalist Etta Bond.  

Cloud X haven’t forgotten about the raving crew, either. UK funky heavyweights Crazy Cousinz will take to the 1s and 2s alongside Columbian genre-blending maestro Mina and afrobeats powerhouse Juls.  


With more to be announced, don’t be mistaken, Cloud X Festival will bring the vibes to Beckenham Park on 20th August. Split across five stages, the festival covers all tastes, from R&B to rap and soul to garage, and embraces the area’s rich musical heritage. This year is set to be the festival’s biggest and best yet.  


Tickets can be brought here.


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