The days are getting longer, the warm nights are more welcoming, and events are popping up all over now that summertime in London is upon us! Prepare for an unforgettable summer with these events coming to your favorite city in the UK!
Catch the annual summer opening of the Queen’s humble abode. But it’s Buckingham Palace, so don’t expect humble, expect lavish. Be sure to get your ticket in advance!
PRIDE IN LONDON
Celebrate the nation’s LQBT+ community with the Pride in London festival that takes place 23 June to 7 July 2019! Don’t miss the most colorful parade you’ll ever see on 6 July!
UNDERBELLY FESTIVAL IN SOUTH BANK
Treat yourself to the circus, cabaret and comedy shows on the South Bank, as well as one of London's biggest outdoor bars. Better yet, most tickets are under £20! Underbelly is running 5 April to 29 September.
Catch a match this summer at the world’s oldest tennis tournament. Advance tickets to Wimbledon always sell out, but you can get your hands on same-day tickets if you're prepared to queue. 1-14 July
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019
Attention cricket fans: do not miss the competition for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 title at two of London’s famous grounds, The Kia Oval and Lord’s. The public ballot for tickets has now closed. However, you can check for tickets on the official resale ticket platform, the only authorised resale website of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. 30 May - 14 July
BRITISH SUMMER TIME
Notably one of the biggest of London's epic summer concerts is British Summer Time in Hyde Park. This year the biggest names include Roger Waters, The Cure, Eric Clapton, Michael Bublé, Bruno Mars and Paul Simon . British Summer Time will be running 6-14 July.
Shop on a traffic-free Regent Street, tuck into treats for the ultimate foodies and enjoy free entertainment during Summer Streets every Sunday in July.
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