Cally Festival – Saturday 7 July, 1200-1700 Bingfield Park, free entry

Callyfestival Saturday afternoon sees the return of the Cally Festival to Bingfield Park, off Bingfield Street (map).  This is a great community event for everyone in Kings Cross with loads of stalls and entertainments all for free, including a bucking bronco!  Patriic at the Cally Community Health Project is the driving force.  There will be marquees in case of a monsoon.  But as it is very local you can nip out between the showers.  The music should be great see the piece below from the festival’s MySpace site click here.

‘DO you think you have talent? Prove it at the cally festival. Saturday 7th July at Bingfield park near Kings cross. MC vs Rapping competition. Street dancing competition ££ to be won. No Entry FEE. This Year Cally Community Health Project is holding a festival for all the community in the Cally area. Everyone from all area’s are welcome to attend. This event is free to attend. The main eye catcher for the Day will be the Music Stage. Attending will be DJ Ironik, London Urban collective and Local Schools in Islington.

‘This event is expecting an audience more than 4000. As our previous Festival held in 2004/5 had more than 3000 people attend. So If you feel you have talent then be sure to enter The Rap Vs Mc Competition and Street Dancing competition (££’s to be won) for winners. and the Judges will be the Crowd! All about the peoples choice. So Bring your friends to support your talent.

‘There is no age restrictions so feel free to come and watch or perform. Competitions will be held Between 3-5pm. Be there or be square and if you really want to see a few upcoming Top artists be sure to get there for 12 as we Have DJ Ironik (www.myspace.com/DJironik) and London Urban Collectives performing between 12-3pm. So Don’t miss out!’

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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