The first Brentford Festival took place in 2005 and became one of the major community events in West London with visitors growing from an estimated 3,000 to over 10,000.
Always held on the first Sunday in September in Blondin Park, this popular event is free to enter and is a community engagement day for all the family.
The Brentford Festival gives an opportunity for charities and local businesses to showcase themselves.
Visitors are enticed to visit the many eateries, take refreshment and to try out new activities.
With a live stage their is an opportunity for local musicians and performers to play to a large audience to gain new followings.
The festival is run by a small number of volunteers from the local community who year on year deliver a high quality event.
NOON TO 6 PM
SUNDAY 4TH SEPTEMBER
12.00 Urban Fox Orchestra Steel band
13.20 Me Time Choir
14.00 David Sinclair Four
14.30 Northfield Morris Dancers
16.20 Feral Ghost
17.00 Mad Stick Dog
Click on the notes for more information on the performers
Click on the bus for the route to the festival and on the clock for the timetable
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