Brentford Festival Returns This Sunday

Sunshine forecast for free family event in Blondin Park

Brentford Festival Returns This Sunday
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August 30, 2023

The weather is set fair for this year’s Brentford Festival which is taking place this Sunday (3 September) in Blondin Park.

What describes itself as West London's friendliest festival, offers live music, street food, kids' activities and arts and crafts stalls with no entrance charge.

There will be a dog show, a petting farm, and a fairground as well as a host of food stalls including Auntie Bessie’s Jerk Pit, a Hog Roast, Thai Café and Gourmet Burgers.

Getting there is easy particularly as a free circular Heritage Bus service is being offered by from 11.40am to 6:20pm serving the area including Northfield Avenue, Uxbridge Road in West Ealing, Boston Road, Syon Lane and Brentford High Street. It will be stopping at regular bus stops along the route. Be aware that the bus is not wheelchair accessible.

The music line up for the main stage is:

12:05 The Champs
12:55 Remedy Head
13:45 The ELS
14:35 For One Night Only
15:25 London Zappa Collective
16:15 The BATS
17:05 Dragonfly

The festival runs from noon to 6pm at Blondin Park (W5 4UR).

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August 30, 2023