Carnaval del pueblo

Hugely popular Latin American Festival which begins with a parade from Elephant & Castle. Then on to Burgess Park Albany Rd Southwark, London United Kingdom. The largest Latin American festival event in Europe. Is a celebration of their roots, for Latin Americans communities in London, and a massive party for the rest of us. Once at the park, revellers can enjoy regionally-themed food, drink, live music and, of course, dance late into the night. There are a number of different stages offering everything from traditional music to the freshest reggaeton and Latin hip-hop

Sunday, 1 August 2010

Carnaval del pueblo 2010
















Sunday, 2 August 2009

Carnaval del pueblo London 2009


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The float procession leaves at 12pm Elephant Road to Walworth Road, Albany Road and Burgess Park. And reaches the park at around 3 pm where the party continuous until 9.30pm.
You are also invited to attend the preparation of the floats, before the parade starts, at Elephant Road, from 10am.

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A colourful costumed float procession from Elephant and Castle to Burgess Park along Walworth Road and Albany Road. From 19 Latin American countries. With a large input from Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru. With crowds lining the pavement.


 
 


The festival continues in the park with live music, salsa dancing, a children's zone and lots of stalls selling food, drink, arts and crafts from Latin America. Party to a festival atmosphere. A selection of concerts will take place on the main stage, presenting a selection of live acts.



 








Sunday, 3 August 2008

Thursday, 2 August 2007

Sunday, 7 August 2005

Sunday, 15 August 2004

Carnaval del pueblo 2004

Carnaval del pueblo 2004 15th August
Con mi amigos locos:

Stolen trolley from Iceland. For keeping the beer cold!









Sunday, 17 August 2003