A record 22,000 people flocked to Wandle Park this weekend for two mass celebrations of diversity – Croydon PrideFest and Croydon Mela.The first event in this major entertainment double-bill, Croydon PrideFest 2019, was - as promised – bigger, better and more diverse than ever. An estimated 10,000 people headed to Wandle Park for PrideFest on Saturday 13 July – double last year - with around 1,000 people joining this year's parade through the town centre.
An estimated 17,000 people gathered in Wandle Park over the weekend, with around 5000 celebrating Croydon PrideFest on Saturday (14 July), and up around 12,000 throughout the day for the ZEE International Mela. Both events were supported […]
Only a week remains before Wandle Park hosts two days of free music, dance and celebration, with Croydon PrideFest taking place on Saturday 14 July, followed by the ZEE Croydon International Mela the following day – both supported by Croydon Council.
The second annual Croydon International Mela takes place from 1-8pm on Sunday 15 July.