Taking over London’s Tobacco Dock for its eighth year, the organisers tell us this bigger and better venue is testament to the success of this celebration.

Claiming to be the only creative festival of its kind in the UK, StreetFest champions all things street culture – live art, dance, fashion, urban sports, music, street food, creative workshops, tattooing, etc – in just one day; Sunday, 3 May.

Misic-wise, the line-up includes DJ headliner; Kutmah, roots & culture legend MC Soom T, Loyle Carner​, Isaiah Dreads, Elijah & Skilliam, Ego Ella May, The Age of L.U.N.A, Hackney spoken word artist James Massiah, Hannah Faith, Shamz Le Roc and the exciting collectives; So Fresh, So Clean and Doctor’s Order Showcase. ​

The Unsigned London Stage is about all things “raw and unknown”, with confirmed rising talents such as Orph Gang, Ruinz Ason and Kemi Aneke.

StreetFest will play host to over 50 internationally celebrated graffiti and street artists including the likes of ID  crew member Tizer, graffiti artists and illustrators Gent48 and Zina, Tony Riff, TheRealDill, Jive, ZIna and Lost Souls Crew painting alongside each other. 

Dedicated to supporting and nurturing women in hip hop, b.supreme will again be curating the  dance stage which includes a b-boy vs. b-girl crew battle featuring teams from the best crews Europe has to offer.

For sports fans, elements include the Mini-Ramp Pro-Invitational Contest for skateboard and inline skates, along with the street based skateboarding game, Game of S.K.A.T.E’s nail biting finals. Kyle Forte with his impressive BMX jump-box demo team and the fascinating Voodoo Unicycling team are set to showcase their skills.

Oh! and there will be street food from some of London’s most popular traders including Mamas Jerk and Churros R Us.

50 Porters Walk, Wapping, London, E1W 2SF, May 3, 1pm – 11pm, www.streetfest.net