Host of talented performers coming Heart of Wembley Festival

Join us for a fun-filled day out in Wembley town centre, with a wonderful variety of talented performers on stage!

Let Drum Beat are a unique all-female band using  a wide range of Afro-Brazilian percussions to create their unique, fusion-powered style.  Passing through vocal harmonies, they sing in Portuguese, Tupi-Guarani, French and Mina. Let Drum Beat are based in London but establish a connection to their homelands – Brazil, Benin, Scotland – which makes their music a true voyage of discovery through their roots.

Singer songwriter Andreas S Jensen performs live with guitar player Peter Nielsen, playing songs from last years ‘Disturbed’ album and showcasing new material to be released in the fall. The sound is more acoustic, organic, and rootsy than the debut album. -A sound that leaves space for Andreas’ heartfelt lyrics.

The London Belles are London’s premier vintage singing trio! Putting the chic into your favourite antique classic songs and a unique post-modern twist on contemporary pop hits.

Dhol2Dhol  is a school made up of experienced Dhol Players which solely focuses on providing top musical tuition for its students. The school provides a unique skill in learning the Dhol and how rhythm works through reading, writing, counting.

London African Drumming performs traditional West African music and dance from Ghana. Vibrant, experience  of  authentic cultural and joyful mix of rhythms and songs.

The members of Inspired4Justice all have in common a passion for the arts and community. Most of the dancers specialise in freestyle dance styles. Many of the dancers regularly train and the Yellow Pavilion Community Centre in Wembley Park on a Wednesday night. If you are interested in learning more please speak to one of the dancers.

Sanket Pipalia has been practising the art of magic for more than two decades. He has provided entertainment for corporate events, weddings, birthday parties and social gatherings.

Cuban Vibes is a collective of dance teachers and performers who promote Cuban Salsa and Afro Cuban dance in Brent and neighbouring boroughs.

Foram Dance Academy uses dance as a means of self expression, helping others discover their free spirit. Foram’s journey into dance began when she was a mere teenager, exploring the free-flowing Folk dance of Gujarat – Garba. She now brings her expertise to London at the Brent Indian Association, exploring with the participants different styles like Western dance forms, Indian Folk Dance, and Garba.

360 Arts is an exciting part time performing arts school for children from 2-16+, featuring classes in dancing, acting, singing and more.

British Gurkha Nepalese Association will be performing Chudka Dance, a typical folk tribal dance. It is performed by Gurung (tribe) girls in traditional dresses while men sing along the tambourine during Nepalese festival Vaishakha Purnima which is a Hindu festival celebrated on a full-moon day in April. This day is also cerebrated as birth anniversary of the Lord Budhha, and also celebrated as the harbinger of good and balmy spring weather.

Five Pillars Taekwon-Do will be offering a fantastic martial arts display. Taekwon-Do is the most practised martial art world wide, quickly developing rapid reactionary skills, self-defence, anti-bullying, fitness, coordination, respect and discipline – as well keeping you healthy, fit and flexible​.

S.J. Dance run weekly street-dance classes in Wembley Central for children aged 7+ during school term time. Organised by St John the Evangelist Church for the young people in our local area, S.J. Dance brings together the elements of developing not only dance skills but also communication, creativity and community.

Brent Music Service Junior North Choir is one of BMS’s ensembles, open for children in Year 3 and 4. It is an auditioned choir, selecting from the best talents in the North part of the borough. Children attend weekly rehearsals and perform at various events, such as the Christmas concerts, BMS Choirfest and recently an evening at a local nursing home. Singers  can progress through to the intermediate and youth choirs as they get older.

A troupe from Ceim Oir Irish Dance School will be performing in their gorgeous traditional costumes. The School has attained national, international and world title acclaim, are holders of all National and International titles, for both individual and team dancers. Members of the school continue to perform around the world in professional shows such as Lord of the Dance.