Many artists performing at the First Watford Carnival making history from 10am to 8pm on Saturday July 30.
A warm up for Notting Hill inspired by Rio.
Double Trouble Twin Production also known as DTTP are a Twin sister duo actively involved in Marketing, Choreography, Promotion, Event Organising and Radio However established as a DJ and MC combo for over 8 years.
Duane Flames begun composing, writing and learning the piano at the mere age of seven years old. Son of Martin Christie, a member of ‘The Investigators’ a UK based rare groove collective, music is in his blood, now signed to Arista (now Sony) BMG.
Cllr Dawn Allen-Williamson was described as a strong advocate for the carnival taking place and the organiser was thankful for her help.
Leggatts ward Labour councillor Asif Khan said: “I was pleased to attend and support the carnival which well attended by local residents.
Jomo Oparah, the chief executive of events management company Mojo Fusion says
“We have some real showcase acts like Princess K, a teenager who has performed with Ed Sheeran and Stormzy and international talents.
“But it isn’t all about big acts for us, we want this event to start small and be the first of many and something that is all about the community.
“We want to bring people together and promote Watford businesses.
“We have a small business ourselves, Mojo Fusion barbershop in Queens Road and we try and get involved in the community as much as we can.
“It is all about giving back to the community and it is all based around the community.”
Note: sponsors are Hilton Hotel, Iqbal halal, Glen Rovers GAA club, The Twin Flame, Wenzel’s, the Watford Observer and Watford Borough Council.
An after-party will keep the carnival vibes going until 3am at the Venue: Steinbeck & Shaw Watford, 127 The Parade, Watford Wd17 1na