Jerk Jam returned a sell out success in 2024 after being cut short last year amid high winds and heavy rain. 

From reggae to ska, plus jungle and more, local, national and international artists and DJs descended on Pinkmead Farm in Botley to enjoy some fun in the sun. 

Festivalgoers enjoyed the variety of music, free activities, a funfair for the kids, live performances, the BBQ Jerk Battle hosted by Prince of Peckham’s, White Men Can’t Jerk, and a variety of favourite local food traders.

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Organisers are feeling proud of their mighty comeback after a difficult year, successfully bringing this much-loved grass roots event back to Southampton

From humble backyard beginnings, Jerk Jam has evolved into a fully fledged celebration of Caribbean food, music and good vibes, and 2025 promises to be even bigger, and better!

Dates and ticket details for next year will be announced soon.

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