The Pop-Up Culturama enterprise is a new and unique idea to bring local and regional communities together. The Pop-Up Culturama intends to showcase Eastern Caribbean cultural arts in our ever growing diverse communities.
The next Culturama will take place in our sweet small little town of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire on Saturday the 3rd November 2018. The theme will be unity and arts in the community dance and masquerade.
Each popup carnival will be a free of charge event for all. Everybody is welcome to watch or join in as the town is immersed in West Indian culture for the day, with steel bands, dancing, dazzling costumes, masquerades, Soca and Calypso singing, cultural drumming, storytelling, fire eating, Caribbean food and much more.
The theme of the first popup carnival is ‘Unity in the Community’. If you are interested in taking part in the first popup carnival on 3rd November 2018, we will try to accommodate you.
The Pop-up Carnival will take place at St. George’s Square in Huddersfield, outside the main railway station. On the day there will be a MAS Bands, String Bands, Steel Bands, Soca & Calypso performers, West Indian drummers and poetry on stage. In addition, there will be great East Indian food and cultural Caribbean clothing on sale.
We will be working closely with the King’s Head pub where refreshments will be served throughout the day.
This is a free multicultural event in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.