People come from all over the world to enjoy the sites and history of London. One of the world’s great cities, it offers everything you need for an amazing stay no matter your style and tastes. To provide you with a dose of inspiration for the months ahead we’ve compiled a shortlist of the 5 London festivals you simply cannot afford to miss this year.
Lovebox – 14th & 15th July 2017
Spanning two whole days in Victoria Park, the fast-growing Lovebox festival is a great mixture of chart acts and aspiring UK-based acts across all genres. With a heavy urban flavour, each set is guaranteed to have you dancing.
Citadel Sunday – 16th July 2017
A new arrival on the scene in 2016, Citadel is fast becoming the leading single day festival anywhere in the UK. By turning Victoria Park into a vibrant scene on a sunny Sunday afternoon the organisers have managed to create a real buzz with acts literally queuing up to get on stage. This year the highlight will be Foals and Bonobo both playing live.
Eastern Electrics – 5th August 2017
A true showroom for all things from the underground dance scene, Eastern Electrics has found a new home in the relaxing setting of Morden Park this August. If you can’t make up your mind, then you may like to know that EE even has its own dedicated pillow fighting area!
Sunfall Saturday – 12th August 2017
Set in the relaxed atmosphere of Brockwell Park, Sunfall aims to bring the capital’s eclectic music tastes under one roof like nothing ever before. With everything from Jazz and Electronica, to Hip Hop and Soul, this is one afternoon that you will enjoy late into the night.
South West Four – 26th & 27th August 2017
London’s leading dance music festival has made a home for itself on the iconic Clapham Common in the exclusive SW4 postcode. A vibrant and fast paced festival where acts come from all over the world to drop some beats and get the crowd pumping, this year the headline act will be an incredible live set by Pendulum.
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