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Nottingham Carnival returns this Sunday

The spectacular Nottingham Carnival is at Victoria Embankment this Sunday.

Numerous troupes from Nottingham and around the country will be taking part in the colourful Carnival Parade, which starts at 2 pm and is free to watch at any point along the route.

As before, the Parade route will start on the Victoria Embankment, head up Wilford Grove, Felton Road and Green Street before making its way back down to the Embankment via Bunbury Street returning to the Carnival site via Wilford Grove, where they will perform on the dedicated stage within the Carnival site. The complete parade should take no more than 2 hours and you can watch the parade at any point along the Carnival route.

This year features phenomenal costumes and dancers, including the Montserrat Masqueraders, Moko Jumbies, Punjabi Roots and Phoenix Mas Band.

The festival is open from 12 pm-8 pm with four stages of live music and Carnival sound systems, traditional Caribbean cuisine, fairground rides and kids’ activities.

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The parade can be viewed from within the festival site, with all Carnival troupes also performing on stage.

Entry to the festival is just £5 when booked in advance (plus the booking fee) or £6 at the gates, and under 12s go free.

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