The Prince's Trust, the U.K. charity founded by the Prince of Wales, is planning to stage what it describes as Britain's largest-ever urban music event. "The Prince's Trust Urban Music Festival" will

The Prince's Trust, the U.K. charity founded by the Prince of Wales, is planning to stage what it describes as Britain's largest-ever urban music event. "The Prince's Trust Urban Music Festival" will be held May 8-9 at London's Earls Court arena, with a potential live audience of 40,000 over the two days. The event will feature break-dance contests and graffiti lessons alongside the live music performances.

National state-owned Top 40 network BBC Radio 1 and sister digital station 1Xtra will broadcast from the event, which is to be produced by London-based live event promoter Metropolis Music.

According to organizers, the festival is also to be broadcast on U.K. terrestrial TV and internationally, although further details have yet to be confirmed.