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Notting Hill Carnival Announce 2021 Event Series

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

28 Jul 2021

The famous Notting Hill Carnival has been postponed until summer 2022 but it’s organisers have not being sitting on their hands, announcing a series of events to be held in its place next month.

On August 19, 20 and 21 there will be Carnival Culture In The Park, three unique live ticketed shows held at Opera Holland Park. rabbit ivermectin overdose  

These 3 events will play traditional Carnival music, as well as showcasing the best in both traditional and contemporary Caribbean musicians (and traditional opera) performed within its beautiful open-air settings.

In the spirit of carnival there will also be free events hosted at The Tabernacle. These include a Mas Costume Showcase, Soca Fridays every Friday for seven weeks and Sound System Sundays every Sunday for eight weeks. ivermectin 1.87 dosage for dogs

The August events hope to raise funds for the Carnival Trust fund, helping to bring Notting Hill Carnival back to the streets of W10 & W11 next year and beyond.

Matthew Phillip – CEO of Notting Hill Carnival Ltd, said: “Notting Hill Carnival belongs on the streets, but the Covid pandemic presented too much uncertainty to plan for a safe event over the August Bank Holiday weekend. It also put bands in a difficult financial situation that had the potential to close them down, despite decades of history. This was not acceptableso we (the board of Notting Hill Carnival Ltd) took the very difficult decision to create alternate options for 2021. ivermectin scabies treatment curezone

Tickets for the shows at Opera Holland Park are £10 and go on sale July 28th here.

Peep the events and line ups below!

19 August – Classic Calypso

An evening that highlights the UK Calypso scene featuring artists such as Giselle Carter, G String, Helena B and Alexander D Great. The performances are set against a 6-piece acoustic live band.

20 August – Pan in the Park 

An opportunity to bask in the ambience of steelpan with the UK’s leading Steelbands Mangrove and Ebony. Pan in the Park will be the ultimate musical journey from classical to modern contemporary and will feature newly arranged material performed live with Opera Soprano singing sensation Anne Fridal.

21 August – Pan Jazz

An evening of Caribbean Jazz featuring the Engine Room Collective performing with the finest steelpan musicians, Andre White, Leon ‘Foster’ Thomas, Samuel Dubois, Carlene Etienne and Deborah Eden. 

And throughout August, The Tabernacl(Powis Square, W11 2AY) will play host to a series of free Carnival events.

1 August – Mas Costume Showcase

Flamboyant displays and performances from some of NottingHill Carnival’s favourite Mas bands including Mahogany, Fanatics, Creed, Genesis, Hot Wax, Soca Massive and many more to celebrate the culture and history of Carnival.

Soca Fridays

Will take place from 6pm – 10pm every Friday from 30 July. With a selection of Carnival’s best loved Soca DJ’s playing each night including Crediable, Price Vern, QT 2Hype, WaynesJames, DJ Bostman, Nassen, DJ Triple M, DJ Tate, DJ Vern, Flagz Sound, Urban Touch and DJ Fats.

Sound System Sundays

Starting on 1 August and each week from 2pm – 6pm a legendary Sound System of Notting Hill Carnival will play an exclusive set. Confirmed performers include Love TKO, 4 Play, Arts A Light, Rough But Sweet, Disya Jeneration, G.I Roadshow and Lord Gellys.

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