This summer, a large-scale free festival of local music, art and entertainment will be held in Pearson Park, Hull.
Expect to see the very best of the vast local talent on offer in Hull. From main stage acts like Pearls Cab Ride, The Gherkins & Hillbilly Troupe, to spoken word performers, art workshops, children’s entertainers, face painters, Carnival Arts, stalls, food and more, there is something for everyone!
The festival has been designed with accessibility in mind. The get-involved activities are designed to be accessible to a range of audiences, BSL interpreters will be available all day, and there will be disabled toilets and a changing place.
Situated between Princes Avenue and Beverley Road, Pearson Park is a family-friendly, open space filled with Victorian grandeur. Featuring a children’s play area and a conservatory greenhouse, the park was the first public park in Hull and was established in the 1860s by Zachariah Pearson, then Mayor of Hull.