Carnival

Kendal Torchlight Carnival

Overview

The Kendal Torchlight procession 2019 takes place on Friday 27th September, with the Kendal Street Party on Saturday 28th September.

Kendal’s Torchlight Carnival is one of a kind. Each year crowds of people, Kendalians and visitors alike, line the streets to watch the procession, which involves local businesses, schools, organisations and clubs. From decorated floats and all manner of vehicles, to dancing troups and marching musicians, it’s always so much fun to see what our creative community has come up with each year.
 

What makes it special

  • Carnival experience
  • Nightlife

27th-28th September 2019

Hostels nearby

YHA Hawkshead - External view

YHA Hawkshead

Private rooms available
Licensed bar
Camping and Cabins

Kendal Torchlight Carnival

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Map references

Lat/Lng: 54.319268, -2.742265

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