Gospel Music Festival 2021

Russell Square Park
Event time
13:00 - 18:00
24 Jul 2021

Gospel Music Festival (GMF) 2021 Unplugged.

This joint Showcase of the Gospel Music Festival (GMF) (a Camden Communities Festival event) and “Live-A-Light”, Breathe Again! (a Camden Together 2021 event) by Eyukamba Foundation “Art-A-Light”™ will be kick-starting the Camden Community Festival and Outdoor Events Season.  

After the challenges and divisive effects of Brexit, the devastation of the covid19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdowns, this Showcase through soul and spirit lifting music of good news that Gospel Music is, will be celebrating living and breathing again. 

Hopefully, through the adversities of the past 18months, we are learning to become more conscious and aware of ourselves, our families, our neighbours, of thoughts, feelings, emotions, mindfulness, and our environment with the view to making our individual positive contributions for a better community and a better Camden with the HAVEN Project being developed with the Eyukamba Foundation. 

 Join Us as we journey through the Gospel Genre and celebrate Camden Together in 2021 as life returns to local spaces in Camden post lockdown with the London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC), the GMF Choir and the GMF Dancers. Join Us as we explore and experience a Gospel Somatic Dance Movement Workshop with wellbeing, fitness, healing, and therapy at its heart. 

 ‘Cummin Up’ Caribbean will be selling Caribbean Food & Non-Alcoholic Drinks. 

 Join Us this Saturday 24th July from 1-6pm at Russell Square Gardens, WC1B 5EH.  

Bring your picnic, mat, and brolly. 



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