While we wouldn't usually suggest you spend your Saturday navigating a flyover, when award-winning saxophonist Soweto Kinch throws a party, you show up, even when that party is accessible only via a matrix of subway tunnels. Curating The Flyover Show this Saturday, the one day urban arts event is this year celebrating its cultural legacy through Ernest Ranglin and Basil Gabbidon – who both attract leg-end status in reggae, roots and jazz. From 12pm until 9pm, there'll be plenty of other live music, graffiti art, dancing, local food stalls and arts. So join a group that numbered 6,000 for its last edition in 2012, and help transform an abandoned space of grey. The event is free but register here for further informational happening-ohs.
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