Lewes Bonfire Societies take over the streets of Lewes with their insanely realistic costumes and pageantry. Whilst crowds of excited revellers flock to the streets to celebrate and enjoy the the explosive entertainment during the grand parades and spectacular Bonfire & Fireworks displays in the otherwise quiet & leafy town of Lewes, Sussex.
Our review of the London Notting Hill Carnival 2018 – an explosion of colour and culture. What was on, Guide and Route Map for 2018.
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready for Europe’s biggest street festival.
The Notting Hill Carnival is a free annual musical entertainment event that has taken place in London since 1966 on the streets of Notting Hill, West London in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Over the course of 3 (yes 3) days – the streets of London will come alive with the rich intoxicating flavour of far away places – pulsating to the beats of soulful music. Culminating in the grande finale on the August Bank Holiday Monday.
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Get ready for an explosion of colour and culture at the 2018 London Notting Hill Carnival. What’s on, Guide and Route Map for 2018.
Put on your dancing shoes for Europe’s biggest street festival.
Ray Dorset and Mungo Jerry energise a rapturous crowd with their infamous addictive summertime anthem “In The Summer Time” – at London’s Ealing Blues Festival.
The incredibly multi-talented Kitty, Daisy & Lewis energise and excite a rapturous crowd with their addictive energetic uptempo live blues/country/ska music – at London’s Ealing Blues Festival 2018.
Featuring the hugely talented trumpet player Eddie “Tan Tan” Thornton.
The final day of the Cornbury Music Festival in Oxfordshire brought outstanding performances by Squeeze, Lissie, Deacon Blue, Caro Emerald, Catherine McGrath, Riley Pearce, Marc Cohn.
The 2nd day of the Cornbury Music Festival in Oxfordshire brought amazing performances by Amy Macdonald, PP Arnold, Southern Avenue, Grainne Duffy, Alanis Morissette, Mavis Staples, Pixie Lott and The Adelaides.
The premiere Cornbury Music Festival in Oxfordshire returned this year after its organiser thankfully reversed a previous decision to make last year’s event the last.
We spent three days photographing, camping and
partying working alongside BBC Radio Oxford – as their unofficial Official Photographer.
Jimmy Cliff had the crowd eating out of the palm of his hand with his up tempo reggae sounds.