A brand new one-day celebration of sound system culture and the best of London street food with Reggae Roast, David Rodigan, Horace Andy (Live), Mungo's HiFi and Wormfood and food from Breddos, White Men Can't Jerk, Only Jerkin', Club Mexicana and many more! KERB are stepping off the concrete to bring you their first music festival on Peckham Rye 'Jam on Rye' for a celebration of sound system culture; so expect a mix of reggae, afrobeat and new wave jazz. This one day festival not only delivers an incredible music line-up, but the best of London street food (after all, this is what KERB does best), summer cocktails, special local talent, talks, family activities and more. Across three stages they'll be dishing out an audible flavour clash. The Main Stage will be presented by Reggae Roast and headlined by David Rodigan, Horace Andy (Live) and Mungo's HiFi, and the second stage hosted by south London promoters 'Wormfood'. The third stage will play host to KERB's second 'KERB Talks'; a panel discussion on London's sounds system culture and local talent. The street food line up curated by KERB is set to showcase the best of London street food including Breddos, White Men Can't Jerk, Only Jerkin' and more. Like all KERB events - this one's for everyone: whether you're a baby boomer or a boom-boxer, got gold teeth or no teeth, get this date locked in now.