On Sunday 3rd June Battersea Park will play a key role in the public celebration of The Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Curated by Hemingway Design (Vintage Festival) and Clare Patey (an artist working with community, celebration and food), the festival will provide a full day of entertainment and celebration, beginning at mid-day, in anticipation of the flotilla, and continuing until 7pm.
The Diamond Jubilee Festival at Battersea Park will be a destination area for Pageant-goers, with a day-long programme of music and Jubilee-themed entertainment. As well as providing excellent riverside views to watch the Pageant pass by, Battersea Park will play host to an array of family- focused entertainment with plenty of activities for children, including a traditional fun fair, competitions, games, storytelling and craft workshops.
All activities at the Festival will reference the Diamond Jubilee, reflecting design, music, fashion, art, film and food from the six decades of The Queen’s reign. Artists, designers, film-makers, chefs and bakers have all been brought together to create a distinctive celebration for all.