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Queen’s Park Day - The annual community festival for Brent


Queen’s Park Day: Sunday 17th September 2023

12 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.


Queen’s Park Day – fun, friends and food – is the highlight of the year for families from miles around which attract up to 15’000 visitors. Part village fête with makers and bakers, live music and exhilarating arena acts, the day is a full-on celebration of our local community.


Each year Cuban Vibes Dance School have been asked to provide Rueda demos and performances for visitors of the festival. Each year we meet at the bandstand for a little bonding and dancing then we make the magic happen with a few Rueda demos on the Community stage. If you’re interested in joining in the fun email us on info@cubanvibes.com



This annual event is organised by Queen Park Area Residents Association, for complete programme click link. For Road Map of Queens Park click link. You can download the official programme it if that makes reading it easier for you.


Official Programme:

Queens-Park-Day-Programme-2023
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We have exhilarating feats of derring-do in the main arena, where we kick off the day with an expanded dog show (with two extra classes).


Our two stages feature local (and not so local) music, dance, and performance, with the addition this year of a fabulous sustainable fashion show: handmade, homemade and locally sourced haute couture, modelled on our very own Park runway.


Puppet shows, donkey rides, climbing walls and inflatables will keep the youngest folk amused, while a range of 20 street food stalls featuring flavours from round the world ensure no one needs go hungry.



Ever fancied riding a reclining bicycle? You’ll have a chance!


And there will be a smorgasbord of local traders, businesses, and services on show among our 120 stalls.


Queen’s Park Day is organised by a team of volunteers on behalf of QPARA. Big thanks to all who support us and make it possible to keep the day free and inclusive. Blue skies!


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