Walthamstow Garden Party

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Our free festival weekend returns to Lloyd Park following 2015’s celebrations that saw over 32,000 visitors and 650 performers take part.

This year’s programme is even more varied providing a fantastic mix of international and local talent that showcases the communities and creativity of Waltham Forest. Acts confirmed for the Barbican Music Stage include Mo’Kalamity, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Emicida, Asian Dub Foundation, Ana Tijoux, Alif and Batida. There’s also the Real Food Festival, theatre, film, comedy, circus, spoken word, family fun and much more.

Visit the festival website to sign up for the free festival map and guide.

Programming, live performances and community stalls are fully booked for Walthamstow Garden Party 2016.

For specific festival queries please be sure to check our info pages and FAQs - http://walthamstowgardenparty.com/info

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