Ghana Party in the Park 2018

Ghana Party in the Park UK – Family Fun Day
Annual outdoor festival held in London for the Ghanaian Community in the diaspora. Hosted by Akwaaba Group since 2005. The festival attracts over 5000 – 8000 people, making it the biggest Ghanaian event outside of Ghana. Attracting visitors from UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Ghana.

Live music, spectacular costume display, durbar of chiefs parade, cultural dancers, fashion show, fun fair, football, kids activities, arts and crafts stalls and of course the traditional freshly cooked Ghanaian and African food.

The Event & Attractions
Business or pleasure, the festival presents a great opportunity to buy or sell, and enjoy the day with family and friends.

Live Music | Food | Durbar of Chiefs | Cultural Dancers | Live Performance | Fun Fair | Bouncy castle | Face painting | Fashion Show | Football | Ludo | Spar | Oware | Acrobatics Display | Networking | Arts & Craft

Date: Saturday 14th July 2018

Location: Trent Park, Cockfosters Road,
London Enfield EN4 0DZ

(5mins walk from Cockfosters Road Tube Station on the Piccadilly line)

Time: 12noon – 8PM (Last Entry is at 6pm)

Please arrive EARLY. All guest will be searched before entry into the event grounds. For security and safety please avoid bring any sharp object, glass bottles or any (*weapons ) with you.

Inform a security officer, steward or festival staff member if you see any thing SUSPICIOUS

Advance Tickets: £15 Click on ticket link above

Ticket at Gate: £20

The following age group below can pay at the gate on event day.

£5 for 6years to 11 years (*Must be accompany by an adult)

Under 5 years old are FREE. (*Must be accompany by an adult)


Attractions: Live Music | Food | Durbar of Chiefs | Cultural dancers | Fun Fair | Bouncy castle | Face painting | Fashion Show | Art & Craft |

Stall booking email: admin@akwaabauk.com or info@ghanapartyinthepark.co.uk

Call | Text | WhatsApp: 07733 791988 | 07852 556820 | 07404 753364 |

Social Media: @akwaabauk @ghpartyinthepark

Official Website:

www.ghanapartyinthepark.co.uk

www.akwaabauk.com

How to get there: Transport Links

UNDERGROUND: Cockfosters Tube Station on Piccadilly line

Buses: 298, 299, 384, 377, 121, 307, 610, 692, 699

Entrance to the park is only 5 minutes walk from Cockfosters tube station Piccadilly line.

People with disabilities please contact us via email: admin@akwaabauk.com

For journey times use TFL Journey Planner or website

Things to know:

Trent Park is in a residential area, there are NO cars parking places. Please use public transport to get there. Parking will NOT be available on the day. We advise all customers to use public transport to get there.

Pedestrians can access Trent Park via footpaths on Cockfosters Road.

Gates open at: 12noon-8pm (Last entry into the event grounds is at 6pm with or without tickets). Please note there will be no refunds for tickets holders, who don’t enter the festival grounds before 6pm.

Food: There will be a choice of various food vendors at the festival.

Drinks: There will be fully licensed bars on site; alcohol is NOT permitted from customers into the event grounds or surroundings during the event day. *No glass or bottles are allowed into the park

DRUGS POLICY: Ghana Festival has a strict anti-drugs policy. Searches will be carried out on entry and anyone found with any illegal substances will be passed straight to the Police. This also applies to all weapons.

Belongings & Safety: Please keep your belongings safe. Keep your phone somewhere secure and do not leave bags or items unattended.

First Aid: First Aid tents and aiders will be available throughout the day inside the events ground

*(Anti social behavior will not be tolerated. If you are not in the guidelines of this, you will be ejected from the event or handed over to the Police.) – Please be on a good behavior at all times.Consider local residence of Trent Park area, general pubic using the park.

NO WEAPONS OR DANGEROUS items are allowed at the festival. (Police will be called if you’re in possession of a weapon or any dangerous item)

*Knifes, Swords, Guns or Firearms, Sharp objects etc.

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