Finsbury Park's Latin festival in pictures

LatinoLife in the Park took place in Finsbury Park.

LatinoLife in the Park took place in Finsbury Park last month. - Credit: LatinoLife in the Park

Around 35,000 flocked to Finsbury Park last month for the UK's biggest free Latin festival. 

LatinoLife in the Park, formerly La Clave Fest, celebrated Latin and Spanish culture in Britain on August 21, with three stages of live music. 

Now in its sixth year, the festival was put on hold in 2020 due to the pandemic.

LatinoLife in the Park.

The festival celebrated Latin and Spanish culture in Britain. - Credit: Luis Gomes Photography

The festival's organiser Amaranta Wright said: "After a crazy year and a half and the many uncertainties and hurdles we had to jump, it feels like a small miracle that we managed to pull off Latino Life in The Park."

One of the highlights of the one-day festival was the London Latin All Stars on La Clave Stage which saw the "finest Latin artists of a generation" brought together after Covid "decimated so many bands" forcing many musicians to leave the country or find other work.

Candela Stage Performances.

Artists such as Yvli and Sean Oliver shined on the Candela Stage, which showcased the young homegrown urban Latin talent of London. - Credit: Cindel Oh Photography @cindeloh

Amaranta added: "It was a wonderful way to celebrate the return to live music on the big stage and it had it was so good to see the crowd dancing into the night." 

The crowd danced the night away in Finsbury Park at LatinoLife in the Park. 

The crowd danced the night away in Finsbury Park at LatinoLife in the Park. - Credit: LatinoLife in the Park

LatinoLife in the Park is in it's sixth year. 

LatinoLife in the Park is in it's sixth year. - Credit: Luis Gomes Photography

Candela Stage Performances

Around 35,000 people attended the festival in Finsbury Park. - Credit: Cindel Oh Photography @cindeloh

Candela Stage Performances.

A performace on the Candela Stage at LatinoLife in the Park. - Credit: Cindel Oh Photography @cindeloh



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