Plymouth Respect Festival 2020 - the 6th of June 2020
The Festival showcases Plymouth’s diversity and enables different communities to come together and promote the intrinsic message of respect and equality for all.
Organised by the Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council, the one day event includes parades through the city centre, live music, dancing, children’s activities, world food, information stands and much more!
Since humble beginnings in 1998, Plymouth RESPECT Festival has continued to grow and develop each year. In 2018, the event returned to its home of Plymouth Guildhall and saw in excess of 3,000 people, of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and cultures attend.
This RESPECT Festival project has two parts; firstly the Festival itself: a free multicultural arts festival in Plymouth featuring music, dance, theatre, parade, food & craft. Secondly, our outreach Parade programme working with 200 members of schools and communities using carnival arts and dance as tools for encouraging diversity awareness.
COME AND JOIN US - SATURDAY THE 6th of June AT THE GUILDHALL IN THE CITY CENTRE FOR THE PARADE FROM 10.15 AM TO 11.15 AM WITH DOORS OPENING FROM 11.00 AM TO 5 .00 .PM.