The Yoruba Arts Festival is open from 12pm -9pm on Saturday and 12pm-7pm on Sunday

Admission to the festival is free and open to everyone to attend, participate and enjoy. Event staff work to maintain a safe and secure site and environment and have the authority to restrict entry / eject anyone or persons that is/are deemed unfit and /or unsafe to the welfare and security of the event.

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There is no parking in Clissold Park.

Food and Drinks will be on sale from 12.00pm to 7.00pm on both days of the event. Attendees are encouraged to dispose of their food and drink waste material in the waste bins provided around the site. We strongly support and encourage a green, clean and safe environment for all users, at the event site.

You cannot bring alcohol to the festival. There will be a licensed bar on site where alcohol can be purchased.

Personal chairs, tables or structures are prohibited. Flying or distribution of flyers without prior permission is not allowed. All dogs must be on a leash and controlled by their owners. Bicycles are not allowed in or on event site or left unattended or secured to event fencing.

Any item that can be used as a dangerous weapon will not be allowed into the event site. The Festival is a drug free family friendly event.

From start to end there are activities and entertainment for all ages at the festival. Face Painting, Children’s playground, workshops, Competitions, presentations, Cultural performances, Arts and Crafts market, African Food and live music from artists and performers.

Our African Market offers a wide selection of African made and sourced goods and products from UK and Africa. There will be a variety of Arts and Crafts, Traditional and Organic body and health products as well as local businesses, charities and community initiatives providing information about their services to the local community.

The main park toilets (including accessible toilets and baby changing) can be found on the end of the house nearest to the tennis courts.

How can I get to the festival?

Yoruba Arts Festival is located in Clissold Park, Green Lanes, Stoke Newington, London N16 9HJ.

There are a few travel options to make your day a more enjoyable one with the ease of access to the festival. Rail and Trains in the area are Manor House and Finsbury Park. Bus routes 341, 141, 73 and 236.

GREEN & CLEAN: Clissold Park remains one of Hackney’s and London’s most prestigious parks and we want to maintain that prestige by keeping Clissold Park, clean and green. We encourage attendees to use the bins provided around the event site during and after the event. Please remember the park is surrounded by residents with young children.