Hundreds of revellers enjoy the Kilburn Festival
Successful day finished off with a mob dance rendition of Michael Jackson’s Thriller
Hundreds of revellers partied in the sun at Kilburn Festival yesterday.
Hip hop, soul, Irish folk and country bluegrass were performed by a host of musicians on the main stage throughout the afternoon while families enjoyed tucking into food from around the world at a range of stalls in Grange Park just off the High Road.
The Kilburn Times team were also there giving out goodie bags with free copies of the paper and selling books which raised �61.
The cash will go towards keeping the event going next year.
Festival-goers closed the party with a mob dance rendition of Michael Jackson’s Thriller which they had been learning the moves to throughout the day.
The Kilburn History Festival and The Kilburn Film Festival were also taking place at the same time which featured a special Q&A at The Tricycle Theatre with Oscar winning actress and MP for Kilburn and Hampstead, Glenda Jackson.
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A double page feature on the festival will be in this week’s Times which is out on Thursday.
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