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St Pauls Carnival

4 July 2020

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), this event has been cancelled. Please visit the website for more information.

What to expect

Celebration, unity and community come to life at St Pauls Carnival from 12:00 on 4 July.

Free to attend, the carnival will be a multi-sensory experience. Alongside colourful costumes of the procession route and revellers of all ages, there’ll be over 15 different performance areas and tasty food stalls.

Fully family-friendly, everyone is invited to take part in the carnival. Dancing to a host of different music styles, including reggae, folk and hip-hop is just the start. Being present and part of the community and carnival spirit is simply incredible.

How to get there

The St Pauls Carnival is just a 10-15 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads train station. In the heart of Bristol, it is easy to get around.

Things to do in Bristol

Bristol is a vibrant metropolis full of world-famous street art, unrivalled culture and a truly unique maritime history. The Clifton Suspension Bridge is the ultimate must-see feature though, especially at night.

For some extra tips on what to do in Bristol, click here.