Mr Whompy and Parallel Dimensions present St Pauls Afrikan Caribbean Carnival Fundraiser

Friday, May 22, 2015 - 20:30
Mr Whompy and Parallel Dimensions present St Pauls Afrikan Caribbean Carnival Fundraiser

Mr Whompy and Parallel Dimensions present St Pauls Afrikan Caribbean Carnival Fundraiser ************************************************************** Attic Bar- Disco / House / Boogie Waifs & Strays(Hot Creations / Futureboogie) Alfresco Disco Deli Gee (The Touch / Roasted / Good Vibrations) Stuart Wilkinson (Mr Whompy / Empathy Bristol) POV (Parrallel Dimensions) Full Moon - Reggae / Funk / Soul Dutty Ken & Dan Toy (Star & Garter Father & Son set) Ewan Hoozami (Goodgroove Records) DJ PLATINUM B2B DJ PIGEON (UNITED SOUNDS) MC TEXAS & MC SWEETPEA (UNITED SOUNDS) DJ TED (Mr Whompy) WISH BRISTOL BATALA SAMBA REGGAE BAND THE WHOMPETTES DANCING GIRLS CIRCUS PERFORMERS *************************************************************** Mr Whompy and Parallel Dimensions bring you a massive fundraiser for the iconic St Pauls Afrikan Caribbean Carnival. This huge lineup alongside a variety of dancers and circus performers is a great tribute to the event itself, while raising much needed funds for the carnival. We have a whole array of Bristol all stars joining us to play their part for the community and help us raise these vital funds. You guys are very lucky to have a very special set from Star & Garter father & son Dutty Ken and Dan Toy as a one off showcase as well as Ewan Hoozami. Also treaating you are Bristol house producer Waifs & Strays, plus Bristol legend Deli G and the Alfresco Disco crew who all will be putting on a great show in the Attic. Mr Whompy is taking the festival scene by storm throughout 2015 with its fully restored 1970's classic Style Ice Cream Van - Fully loaded with the latest Audio & Visual Technology. Parallel Dimensions have been putting on great parties in Bristol over the past year & bringing people from all backgrounds together through the sound of House: Most recently with its huge party at Lakota with 808 State and Graeme Park and its up coming event with A Guy Called Gerald and Victor Simonelli. Come and support this great event in the heart of Stokes Croft and help make the carnival a sustainable event with a lasting legacy - don't forget to dig deep *************************************************************** Doors 9pm - 2am £3 Entry All proceeds to The St Pauls Afrikan Caribbean Carnival is a Registered Charity no; 1136561 http://www.stpaulscarnival.co.uk/