Outdoor Events in London

Sure, we like to moan that there's no sun in a British summer, but once that big yellow ball starts shining down on us we all start to panic because we need things to do in the sun in London. For every problem, the capital has an answer and is ready with loads of different things to do outside ranging from boat parties and canal cruises to rooftop exercise and outdoor cinema. So when the temperature's rising, put on your finest string vest and get down to the best outdoor events in London.

Last updated on 19th July 2018

2 events @ 2 venues with 6 upcoming dates from 28 Jul 2018 until 15 Dec 2018

For the ultimate outdoor events in London, check out Day and Night: where you'll find DJs playing at venues from Camden to Brixton. Dance the day away, cocktail in hand and let the beautiful rooftop terrace get you in to that summer vibe.

  The Big London Bake

154 user reviews 5

@ The Castle Tooting on Various dates

Baking is so in right now, so why not get your friends together and compete to see who's the best and making something delicious. All in a cute marquee, you'll be provided with the ingredients and 90 minutes to come up with the best piece of cake you can. Can you beat out the other 9 teams to be crowned London baker extraordinaire?

  Canal Party Club

60 user reviews 5

@ Canal Boat Party on Various dates

Sailing along the canal and partying in the summer has never been easier thanks to the Canal Party Club. Not only do you get the canal boat all to yourselves and your friends, you can choose the music and bring your own drink with you. This cool London outdoor event sees you sailing across the Regent's Canal, with heaters and covers should the weather take a turn for the worst.

10 events @ Metro Garden Restaurant & Bar with 10 upcoming dates from 22 Jul 2018 until 30 Sep 2018

Metro Clapham is the most intimate way to watch classic musicals, as they play classics and new kids on the block in their garden (with only 28 seats per viewing), while enjoying a drink, hotdog and popcorn.