Europe’s biggest FREE Black Music Event, Black Music Festival 2022 is returning to Potternewton Park on Sunday 28th August 2022 and it’s going to be awesome. This year’s line-up is better than ever and is packed full of artists over three stages to represent the diverse range of genres and talent prolific in black music today.
We’ll be kicking off at 12 pm (Park Opens at 10am) by welcoming reggae royalty to the stage with national and international performances for Black Music Festival 2022
Join us @ Potternewton Park this Bank Holiday Sunday – 28th August 2022 for our annual family-friendly & free event – Black Music Festival!
3 Stages featuring International + National Artists
Main Stage – Headlined this year by the Grammy Award Winning Mega Band @morganheritage
Plus Performances By: Sylvia Tella and Music by Ras Kwame
Plus Support by JW Music, Rachel Ann, and J.Kas
Beatz n Vibes with take-over by Award Winning @hypacrew_uk
Dub Arena by Internationally Acclaimed @irationsteppas
As well as our three stages packed with diverse talent, including international and local DJs, we will have an abundance of stalls selling locally produced goods from your favorite home-cooked food, to our famous rum punch; Black Music Festival 2022 is the perfect setting for a bank holiday family day out.
Heather Nelson CEO of Black Health Initiative, the charity running Black Music Festival said “this is an excellent opportunity for communities across Leeds to come together and have a family day out. Each year we are diversifying the acts and extend our reach to make sure that all genres of music of black origin have a place at Black Music Festival. We want to continue to engage with and appeal to a wider audience to make the Bank Holiday weekend celebrations as inclusive as possible. We can’t wait to see it all come together.”
Black Music Festival is organised by BHI (Black Health Initiative) bringing the spotlight of musical entertainment to Leeds embracing culture and diversity with International, National, and Local artists together.
Land Line: 0113 307 0300