Preview: Walthamstow Garden Party @ Lloyd Park (London, 16th & 17th July 2016)

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Walthamstow Garden Party, now in its third year, is riding high on the back of two immensely successful festivals in 2014 and 2015 which each boasted over 30,000 visitors.

Taking place in the beautiful Lloyd Park and produced by Barbican and Create in partnership with a number of local organisations, the festival aims to showcase the communities and the creativity of wonderful Waltham Forest.

There are two music stages, one curated by Barbican and featuring contemporary music from artists from across the globe, and the other presenting a number of local acts ahead of the Stow Festival in September.

Names to look out for include electronica band Asian Dub Foundation performing their live score for Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine, Mo Kalamity + The Wizards offering a unique blend of reggae and soul, and Mercury nominee and folk artist Sam Lee, alongside Batida, Emicida, Ana Tijoux, Rocket Number Nine, Ariwo and Fanfare Ciocarlia.

On top of this there are also venues offering everything from circus to sustainable living to the legacy of socialist designer and craftsman William Morris. And the best part? It’s totally free and family-friendly.

Do turn up in good time, though, to avoid a queue.

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    • admin

      Hi Lorena,

      Yes we will have a full review with picture up this week. Did one of the photographers take your pic? If so I can let you know when they are up.

      Thanks,

      Kia


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