Come along and support Newport Carnival at our Main Carnival Procession on Saturday 20thJuly 2024.
The carnival will be setting off from South Street at 19:00.
In 2022, Newport Carnival celebrated their centenary year with the biggest carnival Newport has seen ‘since the 80’s‘ – as remarked by many.
Sadly, in 2023 Newport Main Carnival was cancelled due to adverse weather.
The team are working tirelessly behind the scenes to put on a spectacular display once again – we are inviting anyone who wishes to take part, to do so!
Shademakers, who performed at the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant in 2022, will be taking part with their 250-member group in our main procession.
If you only attend one carnival this year, you best make sure Newport Main is the one!
See you all on Saturday 20th July – We suggest you arrive by 18:30 and find somewhere along the route to watch this procession.
We anticipate that the carnival will prove popular so finding a good vantage point is wise.
South Street and High Street are genuinely popular, however, further out along Trafalgar Road and the Mall can be a little quieter.
There will also be an illuminated procession which takes place on Thursday 22nd August, not so big but still going to be one to watch if you can make it!
Church Litten, South Street & Town Lane
You will be told in advance where to form up.
You Must Register!
You can register your entry on half way along Church Litten, by the stone archway to the park.
The Procession Departs Church Litten, South Street & Town Lane
The procession cascades its way around Newport before ending at The Quay.
Take Part in Newport Carnival!
Newport Carnival welcomes all entries that wish to take part in their annual carnival processions.
Whether you wish to enter a vehicle, float, push along trolly, a group of people or a singular entry, we would like to hear from you.
Throwback to Newport Carnival 2022
In 2022, Newport Carnival put on a spectacular display for its centenary year with Newport’s biggest carnival in 40 years.
Celebrating 100 years of Newport Carnival, the organisers did not disappoint with many sleepless nights ensuring the day was a success.