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through the streets. The compelling music and rhythms in the procession will be provided by streetbands and musicians from across the UK.
The parade sets off from The Stade at 2pm, makes its way up The Old High Street, through the Town Centre Precinct, along West Terrace where it joins The Leas and makes its its way up The Old High Street, through the Town Centre Precinct, along West Terrace where it joins The Leas and makes its leisurely way to The Bandstand.
This year coincides with the Battle of Britain flypast, which will be happening at 4pm on The Leas and the carnival music programme will follow with brilliant headliners Steve Boltz and Dead Man's Corner from 4.20-6pm.
Huge thanks goes to Lewis Biggs, the curator of the 2017 Folkestone Triennial and all the generous funders whose support enables Strange Cargo to continue to offer this event free of charge to the participants, including Arts Council England, Creative Foundation, 2017 Folkestone Triennial, Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, Shepway District Council Community Chest, Kent County Council, Folkestone Town Council, Rotary Club of Folkestone Channel, Folkestone Rotary Club, Cllrs. Rodica Wheeler, Carol Sacre and Mary Lawes.