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Happy Streets Festival 2021

A FREE one-day festival for all the family including live music, circus, crafts and activities, pizza-making and outdoor live performances.

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If you live, work or study in the Nine Elms and east Battersea area, don’t miss this free one-day festival on Sat 10 July for the whole community of all ages.

The summer festival started in 2019 as a local celebration of the nearby Happy Street redesign of Thessaly Road bridge. This year, Happy Streets is also part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe (WAF).

Watch out for live music, circus and dance performances, pizza-making and craft sessions. Plus yoga sessions and clothes upcycling workshops – you can sign up on the day to take part.

Where and when

Saturday 10 July, 12noon-6pm

Live performances, workshops, activities and refreshments at:

Scroll down to find out what’s on at each venue below! Or download the Happy Streets programme 2021. 

The festival is mainly outdoors and will adhere to Covid-secure Government guidance.

  • Do not attend the festival if you, or anyone in your bubble, are showing any Covid symptoms or if you have been advised to self-isolate. We request you respect social distancing, check in with the NHS Track & Trace app, wear a face covering indoors and use hand cleaning provisions. Find out more about your role and what we’re doing to keep the festival safe.
  • This is an alcohol-free festival, please do not bring any glass or alcohol. Smoking and vaping are not permitted at any of the festival venues.
  • There is no attendee parking available, we encourage you to walk to the festival or use public transport.
  • If you require BSL interpretation, please let us know at the festival information desk.
  • Only guide dogs are permitted at festival venues.
  • Tuck shops are cash only.

If you’re out for the day, why not check out some local trails? Discover the Nine Elms Tea Trail, a trail of herb and plant beds around the area. If trees are more your thing, take a look at the Trees of Nine Elms or listen to the audio trail of WHABBstudio’s Citizens of the Climate project

There’s also a local map which can help you find art installations or navigate around the area.

R.O.S.E Community Clubroom and surrounding area
Ascalon Street

Nearest train/tube:
Battersea Park Station, Vauxhall, Queenstown Road

Event date: 10/07/2021
Open from 12:00 to 18:00

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