On The Move: Strawberries and Creem Festival


Celebrating it’s fifth anniversary, Strawberries and Creem did not fail to disappoint yet again over the weekend. There were good vibes and a diverse line-up with a mixture of rap, grime, garage and house, before shutting the party off with auto-tune king T-Pain, maintaining their signature ‘throughout noughties element’ – which has seen performances from Shaggy and Wiley in past editions.

With 10,000+ attendees, the performances were epic, from Grime pioneer Ghetts to Octavian to DJ Kenny All Star- every act came and shut the place down – check out this crowd!!!

A few rising stars made their debut to Strawberries and Creem such including D Block Europe, Ambush and Mowgli.

Love to see the bro shining like this ✨

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The independent festival was definitely a pleasure throughout, with a key moving performance from House Gospel Choir, who brought some soul to the crowd whilst turning up!


Continuing to grow year on year, Strawberries & Creem reflects a fresh, millennial audience that have been at the heart of the grime and garage rebirth in the past five years. As part of their fifth year, the festival expanded in size and brought in over 10,000 party goers to celebrate with them, however they retained their authentic, grassroots values that have been the key to their success.

Perfectly representing a generation of driven and creative music fans, Strawberries & Creem continues to rewrite the rulebook on inner city festival curation, and shows no signs of slowing down for 2019.

See you next year guys!

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