Best Festival Events in London
Whether you're sunning it up at one of London's summer music festivals or chowing down on as much grub as you can fit in your mouth at one of the city's most loved foodie events; there are so many festivals in London worth looking into. Covering comedy, music, burlesque, food and more; there's something for everyone. Check out our guide to the best festival events in London right here.
Last updated on 12th April 2017
The 90s were a brilliantly bizarre time. Celebrate it all and bask in the summer sunshine at Victoria Park's Mighty Hoopla festival. On the day, guests can expect a handful of beer and street food vendors, in addition to stunning live performances by Sophie Ellis Bextor, Snap, Technotronic and the headlining group Allsaints. This summer festival is certain to leave you reminiscing about the days of your youth.
The biggest street party in Europe? Oh go on then. Notting Hill Carnival has become synonymous with culture, music, food and a thumping good time. Get to grips with the carnival's Sound Systems, plus find out where to party after the main action has finished. London summer festivals don't come much more iconic than this one.
Unamplifire is a festival in London dedicated to an unplugged, intimate sound, with acts not using microphones, speakers and there’s no waiting around for sound checks. Taking over the 17th Century Master Shipwrights Palace on the banks of the River Thames, some of the UK’s best artists will be performing folk, roots, acoustic and more fantastic music.
Now in its fourth year, Tequila and Mezcal Fest returns for 2017 with even more Mexican fun. Get ready for plenty of your favourite tipples, a whole host of street-food from the likes of Wahaca and Barrio among others, and traditional entertainment in the form of a mariachi band and Aztec ceremony.