The Carnaval del Pueblo invites more than 100,000 spectators who are interested in typical Latino American cultural party bringing to light art and crafts stalls, food, parades and music.
It is loud, starts sharp at 10 am with an intriguing procession down the streets of Southwark of amazing musicians, dancers and floats, which finally settle down in Brockwell Park. This particular location is jam-packed with participants who feel lucky amidst live music, luscious delicacies and plenty of Latin spirit keeping them enormously thrilled. It is the largest Latin American festival of Europe in which Latin American communities celebrate their roots and throw a massive party for rest of the world.
A number of several stages will be offering you everything from traditional music to the Latin hip-hop to latest reggaeton. So, in the end, we can only say that do come here with your children as attractions like workshops and face painting are more than enough for a great day out with your families.