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Popcaan's Unruly Fest Takes Center Stage at South Facing Festival in London

International dancehall superstar Popcaan returns to South London, as he brings his Unruly Fest to the Crystal Palace Park Bowl on July 28, with a lineup of artists yet to be announced

Popcaan, set the ignite south London

International dancehall superstar Popcaan is set to grace this year's South Facing Festival in London, where he will host his Unruly Fest at the Crystal Palace Park Bowl on July 28, alongside yet-to-be-announced special guests.

Following the unfortunate cancellation of his London leg during last year's European Tour, which was meant to include Unruly Fest, Popcaan returns to the British scene in South London. Joined by fellow Jamaican artists such as Tarrus Riley, Morgan Heritage, and Koffee, Popcaan is poised to perform at the Reggae Land Festival in Milton Keynes on August 3-4. With their participation in this event, there's a possibility they will also grace the roster of the Unruly Fest. The end of July and the beginning of August promise to be a vibrant celebration of Caribbean music, with the potential addition of more international stars to the lineup.

Among the confirmed headliners for the South Facing Festival concert series are the iconic Grace Jones, Dizzee Rascal, Jess Glynne, and Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley.

Popcaan's recent collaboration with Fivio Foreign on the single "The Best," featured in the 'Pain & Love 2' Mixtape, adds to his impressive repertoire, following their previous hit "Tequila Shots" with Vybz Kartel.

Adding to his musical journey, the Unruly Boss treated fans to his 'Best Mood' mixtape, available on streaming platforms Spotify and Tidal during the Christmas season last year. This 15-track project followed the release of his 'Great Is He' LP earlier in 2023.


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