Started in 1999, Carnaval Del Pueblo, is a festival that gives people an introduction to the Latin American culture. The festival has gained much popularity over the years and boasts of a glorious history of having 30 artists of international recognition.
A total of 19 countries are represented in this Latin American festival. The 10 hour festival features 15 floats which are used. Salsa dance and the exotic music, food and other activities entertain people to a great extent.
The festival is held every year in August.
The duration of the festival is 10 hours.
How to Contact
You can contact the festival organizer at the emial address given below.
Burgess Park, London.
How to Take Part in Festival
The festival provides ample opportunities for artists to showcase their work to over 10,000 people who attend. If you wish to be one of the artists who do that, then contact the organizers on the e-mail address given below;
How to Volunteer For the Event
If you are interested in volunteering for the event, then use the below mentioned email address.
How to get There
From the nearby Elephant and Castle tube station, move North on Elephant and Castle/A201 towards Newington Causeway/A3. Take a slight left onto New Kent Rd/A201 and keep right at the fork. Continue to follow New Kent Rd and keep moving on Old Kent Rd/A2. Now turn right onto Trafalgar Ave/B215, and take the 3rd right onto Neate St to reach Burgess Park. View Map
Buses numbering 63, 363 and N63 reach the nearest bus stop of Nile Terrace (SK).