Liverpool (Brouhaha) International Street Festival 2013

(Press Release)


Welcome to Brouhaha International Street Festival 2013. Join us to celebrate the diversity of our cities cultural landscape. Discover international companies from around the world and see new indoor and outdoor commissions. This year we deliver parades across the United Kingdom as well as produce new collaborative local and international work. Our festival programme hosts cultural events and community celebrations that meet the needs of many groups and neighbourhoods across the North West, into Europe and beyond.

The Street festival itself runs from the 18th – 27th July, from the 18th – 23rd of July there are workshops and group activities located all over the city, information for these can be found on the online flyer for the festival by anyone who is interested in taking part.

On the 24th of July running from 7pm-10pm there is the Brouhaha International Street Festival Showcase at the Camp and Furnace, which is free to enter.

On the 26th of July running from 7pm-late there is the Liverpool International Carnival J’ouvert running at the Kazimer, cost of entry still tbc by the venue.

On the 27th of July running from 12pm-2pm there is the Liverpool International Carnival, running from Mullberry Street to Princes Park, which is open to the public, and there is World At Princes Park, running from 12pm-7pm at Princes Park, which is free.


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