Everything you need to know about the Dunmow Carnival this Saturday...
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A festival of dance, music and even karate demonstrations will entertain the crowds at the Great Dunmow Carnival on Saturday.
Events committee chair David Beedle told the Broadcast he hoped there would be “something for everyone” at this year’s event. He said: “This will be the first time we have had opera at the carnival, with Sul Fiato, so we’re interested to see what the reaction is to that. There’s also a mixture of musical acts for all ages, with The Wanted Direction for the younger audience and Total Jam for the ‘oldies’!” People have been advised to arrive by foot rather than car, if possible, to ease traffic congestion on the day. Here is a glimpse of some of the acts and a running order of the day...
Performing classic hits like Going Underground, A Town Called Malice, That’s Entertainment and Eaton Rifles, Total Jam are sure to get people on their feet.
Having formed in 2010, the band is the UK’s premier tribute to the Jam, one of the UK’s biggest bands ever.
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There is something for the younger crowd with a tribute act to the Wanted and One Direction.
Carnival 2014 Kick Starts Again with The Wanted Direction. It’s What Makes You Beautiful Dunmow, according to the organisers, who believe this year the carnival has the Best Songs Ever and One Way or Another there is going to be a party. If One Thing is for sure, revellers, you will be Glad You Came.
Sprinkling a bit of class on this year’s carnival show are international classical duo, Sul Fiato.
Three talented brothers from Little Dunmow – Kyle, 12, Luke, 15, and Ryan, 17, won this year’s Battle of the Bands competition at Helena Romanes School.
Their performance included popular tracks High Hopes by Kodaline and Run by Snow Patrol.
Rhythm and Balls
It’s not just about musical entertainment, as performing at the showground are a club giving people the chance to learn circus skills.
Visit dunmowcarnival.com for more information.