Thousands attend successful Barrio Fiesta in Hounslow

Thousands attend successful Barrio Fiesta in Hounslow

THE London Barrio Fiesta here in Hounslow United Kingdom, now on its second year, concluded successfully.

Now in its second year after COVID, the Barrio Fiesta in Hounslow attracted a large number of attendees, including Filipinos and people of other nationalities, throughout both days of the event. This year’s fiesta was a tremendous success, showcasing local Filipino talents, business, food, culture, sports, and pageantry.

Local Filipino artists were thrilled with the audience’s enthusiastic response to their music and expressed their desire to return for next year’s Barrio Fiesta.

Various Filipino communities also performed traditional cultural dances that delighted the crowd.

Filipino designers displayed their creations, highlighting the diversity and elegance of Filipino fashion. Visitors explored a variety of food stalls offering authentic Filipino cuisine.

Sponsors and local businesses tirelessly served thousands of people, offering a wide range of products and sumptuous Filipino food and desserts.

Despite the unpredictable London weather, the event was a resounding success. The park was alive with a multitude of activities, including a volleyball tournament and an amusement park that delighted both children and adults with its rides and games.

Two Filipino comedian artists, Donita Rose and Tekla, traveled all the way from the Philippines to bring laughter and entertainment to the festival attendees.

Their performance was a hit, filling the atmosphere with joy and laughter.

The current Mayor of Hounslow, Cllr Karen Smith, was also present and shared that she was having a fantastic time at the barrio fiesta.

The organizers expressed their immense gratitude to all the volunteers, sponsors, and supporters of the barrio fiesta.

Without their contributions, the event would not have been as successful. Their support was instrumental in making the barrio fiesta a memorable celebration of Filipino culture.

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