The Brouhaha International Festival is back this year with fourteen days of local, national and international indoor and outdoor performances, carnival parades, schools and community workshops, a carnival sector youth conference’ New Voices’ and a new three days event ‘The Caribbean Music Festival’.
2016 has already been an exciting year for Brouhaha with carnival projects in India, South Africa and France, with more carnival and festival events to be come in the Netherlands after Brouhaha winds up in the UK at the end of summer.
Join them as an audience or as a participant and celebrate a diverse and unique arts offer within Brouhaha International Street Festival 2016 where local meets international.
Discover new international companies from Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and India plus watch stunning carnival parades in Liverpool.
The Brouhaha 2016 festival programme hosts cultural events and community celebrations that engage within many groups, neighbourhoods and communities locally, regionally into Europe and beyond.
2016 Festival Calendar
Tuesday 5th July, Childwall Sports and Science Academy International Festival
Tuesday 5th July, Brouhaha International Business Launch Event (venue tbc)
Wednesday 6th July Young DaDaFest at the Music Room, Liverpool Philharmonic
Thursday 7th July, ‘New Voices’ carnival sector youth conference10.00-17.00 (venue tbc)
Thursday 7th July ‘Sandfest Festival at John Lennon Art building 18.00
Thursday 7th July ‘New Voices’ carnival music showcase (venue tbc)
Friday 8th July Festival Opening Ceremony (venue tbc) 18.00-21.00
Friday 8th July Caribbean Music Festival (venue tbc) 21.00-24.00
Saturday 9th July Liverpool International Carnival 12.00-17.00
Saturday 9th July Caribbean Music Festival (venue tbc) 19.00-24.00
Sunday 10th July Caribbean Music Festival (Constellations, Greenland St) 12.00-20.00
Monday 11th Schools International Workshops
Monday 11th - Wednesday 13th Liverpool Central Library International Performances
Tuesday 12th - Thursday 14th International collaboration workshops
Friday 15th July International Collaboration Performance (venue tbc)
Sunday 17th July Edinburgh Blues & Jazz Festival (Scotland)
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