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Urban Village Fete

Urban Village Fete


Urban Village Fete, London’s best free festival, returns to its unrivalled Thames-side destination at Greenwich Peninsula on 19 May. International DJs Gilles Peterson and Jamz Supernova headline the eclectic, alternative and hands-on programme, which promises everything you would expect from a traditional summer fete – but with an urban twist!

Promising all the fun of the Fete, this year’s line-up includes:

• Headliners: International DJ superstars Gilles Peterson and Jamz Supernova
• Take a seat at Design District and join ‘Creative Conversations’, a series of discussions with some of London’s most compelling minds, hosted by BBC London’s Robert Elms
• The return of The Incredibly Clever Canine Circus, proving that every dog (and their owner!) can learn new tricks
• The Charity Shop DJ collective brings their democratic dance vibe down with the People’s Party – where the audience choose the tunes
• An unmissable carnival workshop and procession with Kinetika Bloco
• This summer’s alternative Olympics, the Allympics promises everyone a chance to get on the podium with events for all from Show Jumping and Relay to Egg and Spoon Race and the less expected, Hurl the Pineapple
• The cutting-edge environs of London’s Design District will become the Urban Village Hall offering cool, interactive workshops including the colossal and immersive, Doodle Apartment and Wonky Veg Sculpture competition
• Help Greenwich Peninsula come to life throughout the day as an origami model village, with A Line’s Fold Your Town
• The Independent Traders Market with baked goods to handmade crafts
• Plus: The Bureau of Silly Ideas, Bus King puppet show & puppet-making workshop, Toy Making Workshop, free face-painting, enough international, organic, vegan and downright delicious eats to fill its own festival – and so much more!
Greenwich Peninsula, London, Londonderry SE10OSQ
Sun 19 May
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