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Romanian Gipsy Music Festival to be held in Harrow

Queensbury Park will be hosting a Gipsy Music Festival next Sunday, 7th April, in honour of International Roma Day.

The event promises a day filled with live music, a variety of food, artisan stalls, and children’s rides.

Cristi Farcas, known in the Romanian community for his musical talent, is leading the festival as the musical director. He has brought together 11 singers to provide entertainment throughout the day.

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Each performer has agreed to participate for a charitable cause for the event.

The festival is made possible by the support of Romanian businesses in Harrow. It’s a significant event, considering Romania has the largest Roma population in the world.

Speaking to Harrow Online, Organiser Steffie Banu said, “It is a true honour to be able to organise such a celebration of this unique etnicity living amongst us together with Cristi Farcas, the king of the Romanian gipsy music in the Romanian community.

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Steffie with ‘King’ and main sponsor.

“You are all invited to have a cultural taste of this unique sound of balkan music, performed LIVE by some of the most talented Romani Romanians singers in London.”

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The event will be held at Queensbury Park, Clifton Road, Kenton, HA3 9PD.

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