It comes to London’s legendary Big Chill House in King’s Cross for a carnival warm up while wrapping up this summer’s series of events for a unique day and night takeover.

The line-up includes an exclusive reggae set from headliners Daddy G (massive attack) and Brixton’s homegrown D&B legend Fabio playing exclusive sets. Soundclash is hosted by Serocee featuring teams including Rinse FM’s award winning Uncle Dugs, Disorda and Rompa’s Reggae Shack. The Real Roots collective returns and Digital Niyabinghi presents an Originators show case featuring Don Letts. Expect a very special unannounced PA – not a gig to be missed this summer.

The event is a celebration of all things Jamaican, inspired by Wray & Nephew’s rum.

Expects sounds of Jamaican music from all eras; skank to the latest tracks and hear the best in old and new school reggae.

A live graffiti wall will appear throughout the day.

Wray’s drinks trolley returns as guests will be invited to take the Wray & Nephew free pour challenge to win prizes and have the chance to learn how to make the perfect rum punch.

Expect fun, games and a barbecue taking you through to the early hours.

Big Chill House, King’s Cross, Saturday 29 August, 12pm -3am. Tickets: