Saturday 1 June 11am - 5.30pm
Hull Carnival will take place in various areas around the City Centre including Queens Gardens, Rosebowl area and Queen Victoria Square where lots of activities including street entertainers and bandstand entertainment will take place between 11am and 4.30pm.
The Lord Mayor’s Parade will be a walking/green parade with an easy, accessible one mile route offering the public an opportunity to see a startling array of colourful costumes. Participants can walk; skate, cycle, dance or find their own innovative way of entering, however, motor vehicles will not be permitted. The parade will start at 1.30pm from the front of Hull College where it will return to, on completion of the route.
There will also be an opportunity for children to enter the Hull Fair poster competition Heritage Learning are launching, with additional sponsorship from Mercury Marketing.
Trinity Open Market in Trinity Square has over 20 artisan stalls featuring vintage kitsch, handmade art and photography. Enjoy a range of fresh local produce from purveyors of fine food. Eat, drink, shop and enjoy live music in the beautiful setting of Hull’s Old Town. this will be open from 10am - 4.30pm
Hull COOLture is the only multi cultural event in the City which is targeted to work with, and reach children and young people. COOLture takes place in the City Hall from 2.30pm until 5.30pm.
Finally in addition to the above, the Powerboat P1 Grand Prix of the Sea is taking place in the City over the weekend of Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June. Numerous races will be taking place on the River Humber and there will be a City Centre base where the public will have the opportunity to meet with the race officials (for photographs and autographs) on conclusion of the races. As part of this activity there will be some Jet Ski displays within Princes Dock (side of Princes Quay Shopping Centre).