A free multicultural festival is taking place this June
Brighton & Hove City Council’s BME Workers Forum is organising a new multicultural festival, taking place on Saturday 8 June from 11AM to 6PM.
The festival will be located at the seafront by the i360 and it will be free of entry.
The festival “will be a fantastic opportunity to engage with and enjoy a wealth of experiences, activities and tastes of our wonderful city,” a council’s spokesperson reported.
Food stalls and stick dances are only some of the exciting activities the festival has on offer.
On the day there will also be Chinese dragon dancers, African drummers and a Caribbean steel band, all joining to celebrate Brighton’s multiculturalism and diversity.
Children are also welcome to the festival, with a dedicated children’s area with face paints, magicians and more. Healthy lifestyle advice for BME communities will also be provided on the day.
Brighton & Hove Multicultural Festival will take place on Saturday 8 June in Lower Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2LN.
For more information about the festival and how you can support it, you can contact BME Workers Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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