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World in a Tent multicultural Festival Dover 2024 @ Burgoyne Heights
Jul 20 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

A day of multicultural events, world music, dance, world food, world bazaar, music and dance workshops and arts/crafts activities for kids with different artists from around the world.

A free Festival with stalls and food you can purchase. Promoted in partnership with the Dover Nepalese community, Burgoyne Fort and Land Trust.

Programme will be uploaded very soon.

Book online to win a free food voucher or a couple of bottles of wine in our draw.

Travel directions: By car: The venue is in Burgoyne Heights and the community centre is on Alamein Close right next to the field which is in front. Please use Connaught Road and then turn right onto Old Charlton Road which is a very narrow road past St Edmunds’s School and go to the end and then turn right again towards Burgoyne Heights. If the sign says road closed do not worry as it is the only way to get to Burgoyne Heights. Aim for Burgoyne Heights Pre-school and you will see our marquees.

Buses: There are limited bus services to Burgoyne Heights. Please check the schedules.

If you would like to have a stall in one of our festivals please do email us. For stall space, or to sell and display arts, crafts, textiles and food please contact us directly, and we will send you a booking form.

All donations are most welcome and would contribute towards performers’ fees. If you would like to make a donation please do so via paypal to our email address –

Details of programme will be on and also updated here.

There will be disabled access to the festival and toilets, and we will also have a BSL interpreter.

Less plastics and Zero wastage Policy – We are keen to reduce the use of plastics in festivals and you can help by bringing your own water flasks and cups. There will be a bar on site and wine, beer, cans of soft drinks, teas. coffees and food will be available to purchase. If you live nearby please walk, bicycle or take public transport rather than drive. There are toilets on site.