Harambee Pasadia is a 4-day family camping event in celebration of the diverse cultures, foods, music, artists, and fusions of the African diaspora. Taking place from Friday 26 to Monday 29th May 2017 at The Hub, Barnard Castle, in County Durham.
Harambee (Swahili) - ‘let's get together’
Pasadia (Spanish) -‘to spend the day’
There are no acts announced. On Friday music will start from 8pm because there will be many workshops throughout the day starting from around 10am On Saturday and Sunday, the music will start at 3pm.
High Ropes: Trapeze, Crate Stacking, assault course and Power Fan BMX Bike Riding Track Water Sports: Canoeing, Kayaking, Raft Building, Swimming
West African Drumming, African American Step Dancing, Afro cuban Dance, Salsa, Samba Drumming, Kuduro Yoga Zumba, Arts and Crafts
Early bird weekend tickets are priced at £65, day tickets are priced at £20 for Friday, £35 for Saturday or Sunday. A family weekend ticket is priced at £130. A weekend ticket for children aged 5-17 years is priced at £35, and children aged under 5 can attend for free. A campervan pass is priced at £15. Prices do not include booking fees.
Expect a weekend of colour and diversity. A fully immersive mind and soul experience, there will be music, dance and workshops from local, national and international musicians, dancers, wellbeing experts, cultural practitioners, and food vendors. A weekend of family fun exploring culture, education and tasty treats, showcasing the African, Caribbean, and Latin scenes in the UK.
There is a car park situated opposite the ground also car parks and street parking can be found around the town only a short walk away, Arriva operate two bus services from Durham City No46 ( 25min journey ) and from Darlington via Bishop Auckland No1 ( Bishop 20min journey)
More information will be here when available.
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