Saturday 17th June 2017

The Show


Hanwell Carnival in Elthorne Park, Boston Road will be open from 12 – 6pm.

So what have we got for you in 2017?

HOT OFF THE PRESS.. Right, who wants to know about who’s appearing this year?

ACOUSTIC STAGE

1:00 LDN 1;40 First Reign 2;20 Hanwell Ukes 3:00 King Ralph 3;40 King Buster Blues band 4;20 The Volted Hearts 5;00 BandaBomba Special Guest Jai Blue will perform short sets throughout the afternoon.

COMMUNITY STAGE DJ Jay St Paul thoughout the afternoon 1:30 I Love Thunder 1:50 UFO Steelband 2:10 A song or two from children from the Welsh School 2:20 Northfields Morris Dancing – they will be performing all over the park too 2:40 Me Time Pop Choir 3:00 Zumba with Anna Kudlik 3:20 Dance from students at Barbara Speake stage school 3:50 Children from Step It Up Gymnastics 4:10 DJ Jay St Paul 4:20 Zywiec Polish Dance 4:40 Lip Synch Battle – open to everyone, let us know if you want to have a go. 5:00 Bollywood Fusion from Anita’s Dance Factory

MUSIC STAGE

1:30 ZNATCH

2:15 Colour House

3:00 Dre X

3:45 Chile

4:30 Hayzell

5:15 Bible Code Sundays

 

Make sure you don’t  miss the parade at the start of the day whatever you do. Over 400 people took part in 2016, with trailers, bikes, mobility scooters, you name it! The theme for 2017 is “A Movie of Hanwell”. We are already hard at work on this year’s trailers and costumes.  The UFO Steelband will bring some Caribbean rhythm, and loads more music from Znatch and the ever popular Hanwell Ukes

Once again we will be in both the front and the rear sections, stalls, fairground and children’s attractions in the front, the main stages and other events in the rear. We are booking all the acts as we speak so keep watching for details.

There is plenty to keep the young and the young-at-heart entertained – a fairground, inflatables and our ever- popular animal zone.

If shopping is more your thing, then bring plenty of cash. As well as scores of charity and trade stalls, the Craft Tent will be showcasing goods from some very talented arts and crafts people,

Don’t forget to pick up a programme, which will be available at the beginning of June in local bars, restaurants and clubs . It is the essential guide for the day with a map (always handy) and oodles of info about the day and what’s happening where and at what time.

It’s hungry work walking round carnival and, as ever, there’ll be food and drink on offer too.