Party in the Park » 2014

For 2014's Party in the Park we had six different stages show casing many great performers. Check out some photo’s from the day in our image gallary (click on the images), and the band line up by stage below.

2014 Band line up (click on the stage name to see the days band line up)


  • 1:00 – Boss Terror
  • 1.45 – First
  • 2.30 – The Conformists
  • 3.15 – Eddie Capone & The Warriors
  • 4.00 – Black Seas
  • 4.45 – No One You Know
  • 5.30 – Rhiannon The Nightmare
  • 6.15 – Parshmaune
  • 7.00 – Kill Raimis
  • 7.45 – My Bad Sister
  • 1:00 – The Rev. Casey
  • 1.45 – 37 North & Jazzman John
  • 2.30 – Oscar
  • 3.15 – Isa Suarez
  • 4.00 – Hank Dog
  • 4.45 – Dirty Viv
  • 5.30 – Ras Keith
  • 6.15 – Zara
  • 7.00 – Barberella
  • 1:00 – Becky Gowans
  • 1.45 – Mathew Bierrum
  • 2.30 – Ukadelix
  • 3.15 – Stolen
  • 4.00 – Lady Lovely Lute
  • 4.45 – Son of Psychoyogi
  • 5.30 – Bandoke
  • 6.15 – Ceri James
  • 7.00 – We Happy Few
  • 7.00 – Maggie and Lucy Lyrical
  • 1.45 – Zumba Workshop
  • 2.30 – Wala Wubeeda – African D & D performance & work shop
  • 3.15 – Januka Quadrille
  • 6.15 – Magna Carta play
  • 1:00 – Kev Siren
  • 1.20 – Special Guests
  • 2.00 – Serif Rat
  • 2.30 – Oracey & the Shop Floor Sessions Crew
  • 3.15 – Repeat
  • 4.00 – Step 13
  • 5.00 – Moomin hunter
  • 6.00 – Back to The Planet
  • 7.00 – Hugh Jah Fink
  • 8.00 - Orda and alive
  • 9.00 - Later Siren Cinema
  • 1:00 – The Skraelings
  • 1.50 – Rags Rudi
  • 2.40 – Jakal
  • 3.30 – Shocks of Mighty
  • 4.20 – Czapa
  • 5.40 – Damidge
  • 6.30 – Blurt
  • 7.20 – Coitus
  • 8.20 – Head Jam

“In its day, Urban Festival was the alternative Glastonbury. This party is being organised by local people for local people and it’s also a celebration of local talent – the musicians and artists you’ll be reading about next year. And unlike so many festivals today it’s absolutely free.”

Kathy Dunbar, New Cross Learning, Chair

“We think the Party in the Park embodies the spirit of New Cross: this is a brilliant community and people have come together to volunteer their time and local organisations have sponsored the party..”

R.McFarlane
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