Missing Notting Hill Carnival? An Immersive Experience Is Coming To Waterloo This Bank Holiday

Published . By Lisa Moore.

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Prepare for a multisensory journey to Notting Hill Carnival and beyond.

Notting Hill Carnival has sadly been cancelled for the second year in a row, but that doesn't mean the party's over just yet.

Paying homage to London’s biggest street party this August bank holiday, Notting Hill Carnival Multi-Sensory Party aims to capture the vibrancy of the festival with a day-long event in Waterloo. Taking you through four themes; food, vibe, music and party, you’ll get to see artwork from Kirsty, Royce, Joshua and Gabriel projected on massive screens, soundtracked by reggae, hip hop and carnival tunes. With DJs including Predz UK and a super special guest, you'll really feel the music as each seat is kitted out with subpac-haptic backpacks and pads that transmit deep bass vibrations across 54 strategically placed speakers.

For you hungry and thirsty lot? Think carefully-crafted tangy cocktails and complimentary patties, all fused together with aromas of Jamaican spice, sweet rum and Caribbean berry and mango. This is a sure-fire way to salute one of London's most treasured occasions.

Just remember to bring the glitter. And some feathers while you’re at it.

Book your tickets for Notting Hill Carnival Multi-Sensory Party now. It's taking place at Aures London, 18 Leake Street, SE1 7NN on Sunday 29th August.