Enfield Live launched this summer!

A programme of free music, performance and spoken word is taking place in Enfield Town throughout the summer with the launch of Enfield Live.

Launched on 9 June, Enfield Council is providing free entertainment to the heart of Enfield to showcase the wide range of artists the borough has to offer and to support local businesses by helping to increase visitor numbers.

Performers scheduled to appear on the custom-made stage include local legend Janet Kay, award-winning performance poets Write2Speak, RnB singer Chris Andrews, performers from Platinum Arts and Chickenshed Theatre and much more.

Enfield Live runs from 12pm to 3pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 30 July 2022 and an extra bonus performance on Sunday 31 July. The stage is erected on Fountain Island, the pedestrianised area which sits between Church Street and London Road.

A food trailer for local Bonitos café together serves food directly on Fountain Island. This was delivered alongside the performance stage which supported this programme of live events throughout June and July.

This programme supports the Council’s Culture Connects Strategy which aims to bring together local creative industries, businesses, grassroot organisations, communities and young people and to promote Enfield’s identity as a bright and creative place

There will be a comprehensive programme of events throughout the summer in Enfield’s town centres, including a repeat of A Month of Sundays – the hugely popular free festivals around the borough during August. To find out about the Enjoy Enfield Summer schedule, sign up to our newsletters at www.enfield.gov.uk/enewsletters

Categories: Arts and Culture, Events
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