Goldie conformed as Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival 2023 confirms first wave of artists

Mostly Jazz Funk & Soul Festival

Mostly Jazz Funk and Soul Festival has revealed the first acts set for the 2023 festival - which takes place in Birmingham from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 July 2023.

Set in the idyllic Moseley Park, just two miles outside of Birmingham city centre, the independent festival has built a reputation for presenting iconic and up-and-coming artists in an intimate outdoor setting.

Raised in Wolverhampton, Goldie first made is name as a graffiti artist, but quickly emerged as an inspiring musical force with the Timeless and Saturnz Return albums - both of which had a huge influence on British and international culture during the 1990s. Although his career has taken him in many directions since (including acting), Goldie remains a powerful presence in music.

Often name-checked as one of the best live acts on the planet, the 14th edition of the festival welcomes New Zealand's Fat Freddy's Drop to the main stage. The Kiwi seven-piece embrace sunshine reggae, psychedelic soul, and R&B, earning them a sizeable clutch of international awards, stretching back over 20 years.

With over 700,000 records sold worldwide, and over three million monthly listeners on Spotify, Jungle have been at the forefront of the UK music scene since their Mercury Prize nominated and certified gold self-titled debut album in 2014.

Further line-up additions will be announced in the New Yea


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