This year, we got a little unlucky for the Bluefire Street Festival because it was ☔ the whole day. So, fair play to festival organisers, volunteers, festival-goers and street performers who put up with the rain!👏On the main stage, there were a little luckier as they were sheltered from the rain.
However, this didn’t prevent us from attending it and it was enjoyable despite the bad weather conditions.
I have taken pictures of the programme from this year’s festival as well as street art murals, circus performers on stilts, a stage music performance (Ronix), a youth talk from the Girl Crew and the welcome tent. Take a look at this slideshow to view the pictures. If you’d like to find out more information about the performers at BlueFire Street Festival, take a look at their website.
I have also filmed this new school hip-hop street dance performer that replaced Sam Gabriel. If you’d like to follow Des Ebelle on Facebook as well, check his page here.
Finally, I spent most of my time watching the Venezuelan singer Ronix featuring Allegro andante band on the main stage playing Latin fusion sounds like merengue, bachata… Their infectious latino rhythms kept us on our feet!
If you would like to follow them, you can find them on Facebook at Ronix and Allegro andante show band.
I have filmed two long videos and a shorter one, which I hope you will enjoy!
If you have taken more pictures or videos, share their links with us in the comment box below!
If you would like to watch the festival for the 2015-year edition, check my other blog post. That year, the organisers got luckier with the weather, so more people attended the event. I was also able to take more pictures and film more performances. So, enjoy!