A festival that celebrates Caribbean and African culture is returning to south London in May, with more than 60 artists already announced.

Held at London's Brockwell Park on bank holiday Monday, May 27, City Splash Festival promises an authentic celebration of Black culture and music across seven stages.

This year the festival brings the Grammy-nominated Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician Capleton back to the stage.

Also set to steal the limelight are accomplished artists such as "hit maker" Beenie Man and Shenseea, a "dancehall sensation".

Jamaican star Busy Signal, known for hits like ‘Stay So’, is also joining the line-up.

Other artists joining the vibrant line-up include Cameroonian-American singer Libianca, a Billboard Award nominee, and the pioneering dub sound system crew Channel One.

The festival also welcomes Iration Steppas and popular UK sound systems such as Rampage Sound and Saxon Sound.

City Splash Festival will also feature sets from Shy FX, "a jungle legend", and former Chase & Status frontman Rage MC.

Afrobeats and Amapiano selector DJ Neptizzle will make an appearance, along with party hosts Dubwise Jamaica, who are back for their fourth year at the festival.

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The Brixton festival is also showcasing a list of top-notch DJs.

Among them are Becca D, famous for championing reggae and dancehall, and DJ Nate, who specialises in Caribbean sounds.

Also featuring are Talia Goddess, a rising star from Brooklyn, dancehall specialist Ayanna Heaven, and Pink Pantheress’ official DJ JJess.

In line with its reggae and dub roots, City Splash will feature Sound System, Jahrevelationmuzik, Bigga U Collective and many more.

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Previous years of City Splash have gained a reputation for authenticity and inclusivity, offering a platform for different communities to connect.

The festival is set to be held in Brixton, the home of reggae and Caribbean culture in the UK.

Alongside its music, City Splash Festival will have food and drink from more than 45 Black-owned food traders in partnership with Black Eats LDN.

Festival-goers can also expect a creative market, as well as panel discussions.