Compere Rakhee Thakrar
Wolverhampton’s World renowned Reggae artist Macka B
An appreciative crowd watching him rhyme his itals
Macka B finishing his set
Further applause for the main man
Kristoff the Clown with volunteer from his audience
People gather to watch Bloco Louco the Samba Band
Bloco Louco themselves performing
Friends of the Earth promotion - Fix the food chain
Sea Shepard Information Stall
10 O’clock Horses playing on stage
Not many fans of Ronnie Mac ‘round then?
Aaagh! Besieged by a flash mob!
Spacebar samples! ‘ think I’ll just try another one
Martin The Livewire Hip Hop Vegan opens his act
Just a guess but I’d say he’s a Scots vegan
Chris Butler entertains with his acute social observations
‘Veggies Catering Campaign’ mobile catering trailer doing the business
Rivals ‘Something Fishy’ also pulling a hungry crowd
Banner of the ‘Supreme Master TV’?
Then the adverse weather with its heavy showers often sent people scurrying for shelter and tended at times to clear the event location area (Victoria Square) But despite this obstacle, there was a continual stream of Saturday folk passing the square, who took time to browse the stalls and talk to the MVC (Midlands Vegan Campaigns) volunteers and others
Lots of onlookers took their time and gathered to listen to the speakers or enjoy the music offered by the bands and artists. People also tried and enjoyed the Vegan food on offer I noticed there was a constant queue at both Vegan catering vans throughout the afternoon. The other entertainment laid on for younger folk (Kristoff the Clown) also looked well attended
So despite the obstacle of the weather, it looked a major event success!
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