We want you to be part of the Midsummer Jubilee Festival. 

Sunday 26th June

2pm

Leagrave Park. 

Midsummer Jubilee Festival

This festival is part of the Piece by Piece Project and is designed to highlight Luton’s Grassroots community.

 

Piece By Piece Project Details

Festival Performers

Call out to Performers, Musicians, Entertainers, Dancers, Singers and more. We want a diverse array of cultures and art forms.   Set your creativity free! Free your art and showcase yourself. 

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Festival Stalls/Traders 

Call out to Stallholder, Caterers and Traders .  Sell your products, or promote your social enterprise, charity or business.  Be seen.  Build brand recognition in the local community. 

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Sponsorship Opportunities

Align your business with the grassroots  community’s established values of collectiveness, collaboration, co-operation, connectivity,  creativity, diversity and celebration.

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Parkfest! Returns with a new flavour!

Our party with a purpose began in 2011 and ran for five years. This year, to celebrate the Queens’ Platinum Jubilee and all that is great about Luton, our community festival returns on Sunday 26th June from 2pm across Leagrave Park, spanning from Marsh House to the Pavilion and Sportsfield.

 

The Midsummer Jubilee Festival begins with a carnival-style tree procession to the tree planting site by some of Luton’s carnival/mas bands, alongside some of Luton’s spoken word artists.

 

 

As part of the Queens’ Green Canopy, with H.M. Lord-Lieutenant of Bedfordshire, Helen Nellis, a fruit and nut orchard will be planted in Leagrave Park.

 

Following the procession, the festival will be opened by the Lord-Lieutenant and MC & DJ Lee Drummond. Lee will be hosting the festival stage in the jubilee garden until 6pm.

 

From 6pm, the stage opens at Marsh House for more local performances, taking the entertainment into the evening.

 

There will be a large stage area with performers from the local community, such as singers, dancers, poets, visual arts, d.j.s & m.c.s, children’s activities, stalls, workshops, exhibitions, 5-a-side football tournaments, and cricket.

 

Join us for entertainment and celebrate the diverse art, culture and heritage that Luton offers.

 

 

 

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THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN MADE POSSIBLE WITH SUPPORT FROM:-

PARTNERS AND SPONSERS

Luton Borough Council

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Friends Of Leagrave Park

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Rays Health & WellBeing Association

Contact

nine red presents… (CIC)

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Naz Knight: Word Mechanic

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Poetry e.motion

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Art Undefined

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Art Medicine

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The A.V.S. Project

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Darkness makes sense in the light

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Keep Shining Candle Therapy

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Sound With Vision  (solve)

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