London outdoor events
We don’t want to jinx it but the sun has finally come out. We have seen people have water fights, sunbathing in their underwear and throwing some cool pool parties.
The last thing we want to do is not enjoy the sunshine, after all as you may already know, we don’t know what to expect from this weather. Below you’ll find some of the best outdoor events you could do this week.
July 9 – 14th – RHS Hampton Palace Flower Show (£18)
For us, summer is all about flowers. This year you can visit the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show to see some of the best show gardens. There will be live music, shopping opportunity and some unusual fashion and food events taking place.
For more information visit: www.rhs.org.uk
July 9 – 14th: Kew Gardens Music Festival
This is a very popular event, a lot of the shows are sold out. But there are still a few tickets available. Some of the best bands and UK artist will be performing at Kew the music, from Blondie, The Human League, Paul Weller to Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, Leona Lewis and Bellowhead.
For more information visit: www.kew.org
Friday: Camden Lock Live Urban Festival (free)
Camden Lock Market hosts a full day & night of music, street performance, theatre and outdoor bars with a backdrop of a specially curated market of street food, crafts, art and culture.
For more information visit: www.camdenlockmarket.com
July 9 – 20th: Open Air Theatre – Pride and Prejudice
Regents Park Open Air Theatre is putting on a production of Jane Austen’s classic romantic comedy “Pride and Prejudice”.
For more information visit: www.openairtheatre.com