Mint Street Music Festival 2019
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Mint Street Music Festival 2019 is taking place on Saturday 13th of July, 11 am to 7:30pm. This FREE event combines a quality line-up of live music with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, in Mint Street Park.
Address:Mint Street Park
Southwark Bridge Road / Marshalsea Road
Post code:SE1 0EY
Open hours:11:00am to 7:30pm
Our brilliant line-up includes: Colombian/Cuban music from Kalima Project; Power Pop from Voodoo Radio ; Folk from Away with the Faeries; Afroswing/Hiphop from Mr Jayvic; Surf Rock from Sun Bloom; Acoustic Indie from Jennifer Kamikaze Award-winning Latin dance displays from Los Rumberos dance academy Plus choirs, community music groups, dance groups and spoken word performances. Music and dance acts for children include Boppin’ Bunnies and Lorraine's Ukulele Sing-Along, plus there’s Heart in Art Face-Painting by Kes and activities with JusPlay UK. The festival is single-use plastic free and we’ve been collecting empty crisp packets to make a giant mural highlighting the issues of plastic pollution in the Thames – come and join in! Don’t miss out on the freshly made street food and drinks from our selection of stalls: Mint Street Jerk, Oriental Bite, Los Pibes, global Fusion Vegan Creole, Cerviche Creativo and Carbone's Ice-cream. We rely on volunteers. If you can give a few hours on festival day, please register at https://do-it.org/organisations/mint-street-music-festival. The festival is run by Mint Street Music Festival Team, which is an independent community group. It’s the 6th year the festival has taken place. It is funded by City of London Corporation, Southwark Council Neighbourhood Fund and Wakefield & Tetley Trust.
By Bus:Buses: The 35, 40, 133, 343 and C10 stop at Borough Tube Station. There is also a 344 bus stop outside the park on Southwark Bridge Road.
By Tube:2 minutes walk from Borough tube, Northern Line
By Train:Walking distance from Blackfriars (South Bank exit), London Bridge or Elephant and Castle
Access for wheelchair users
Assistance dogs welcome
Level access toilet
Positive about disabled people