Westbury Carnival, run by Westbury Town Council on Saturday 7th July, will stage a fun day out for all the family, opening at 11am. Watch out for a 20-foot long pirate ship sailing up Maristow Street with performing pirates on board, as well as Captain Beaky the talking parrot. Throughout the day, there will be acts on the stage in the Market Place and walkabout entertainment through the streets.
Enjoy the exotic samba band, Jamba De Samba, with performances throughout the day. Visit a host of market stalls in Edward Street and Maristow Street, including a variety of food stalls with something for everyone’s taste including Caribbean and Brazilian food .
The evening concert will commence at 6pm, compèred by Jon Monie, and will kick off with PSG Choir, Cley Hill Stompers, the Will Blake Trio, local singer/songwriter Mollie Green and The LBJBs The headline act Definitely Mightbe – one of the UK’s top Oasis tribute acts performs at 9.45pm until close at 11pm
The event is free to attend as well as free car parking in both the High Street and Warminster Road car parks.
Mayor of Westbury, cllr Ian Cunningham said, “We are really looking forward to our Caribbean Summer celebration this weekend; fingers crossed that we’ll have more of the fine weather. We’re expecting lots of Westbury residents to come out and enjoy a day in the sunshine and experience some great food, market stalls, music and entertainment.”