THIS weekend will see the return of the Day-Mer festival after two years.
The 33rd culture & arts festival which was held online during the pandemic will be returning to Clissold Park this Saturday 3 July 2022.
With performances from Mikail Aslan & Cemil Qocgiri, Oruz Aksac, the Turbans, Lokandes, the Odd Beats and Day-Mer Women’s Choir taking to the stage.
Speaking at the event will also includes Ercument Akdeniz from the Labour Party of Turkey, Delia Mattis from Black Lives Matter, Union representatives and local MPs attending.
The event will be held from 2 pm till 7.30 pm with entertainment and kids’ fun as well as traditional foods and handmade crafts.