Musicians, dancers, circus performers, carnival artists from around the world will again take to the streets for this year’s festival, with new international performances in the City Centre and across Liverpool.
Giles added: “It’s been a good start overall to Summer. We’ve recently participated in a great weekend at Liverpool’s awesome Mersey River Festival in June with many of our friends from the city’s arts community.
“We’ve got loads of exciting news too about Brouhaha collaborations in Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Cape town, South Africa and Lusaka, Zambia this year, to name just a few!
“Ultimately though, the focus is on our Liverpool International Carnival from 12 noon on Saturday 11 July 2015.
“Carnival fever on the big day is always a fun-packed, vibrant time for all the family as Brouhaha takes to the streets for Liverpool’s largest carnival event and the UK’s second biggest!
The main parade starts from Mulberry Street at noon and finishes in Princes Park.