London Festivals

This is your guide to the London festivals to watch out for in the coming months
London Unlocked

London Unlocked

With the nation’s music venues lying dormant and the live events industry in crisis, Fabric have launched a series of virtual events to raise money for the Music Venues Trust. Entitled London Unlocked...

One Out Festival 2021

The One Out Festival

World class sounds, lush green landscapes, and a stunning setting by the River Thames – that’s the recipe for the inaugural One Out Festival. The event, which will debut on the 19th of June 2021 at Ap...

Taste of London Festival 2021

Taste of London 2021

The Taste of London festival is back this summer with the 2021 edition of the showcase promising to be the best one yet. Cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic the festival is returning to Regents Park...

Kaleidoscope Festival

The Kaleidoscope Festival

The Kaleidoscope Festival is back this summer with another world class selection of music, comedy and entertainment. Returning to North London’s Alexander Palace, the organisers of the festival are on...

The Gala Festival 2021

Gala Festival 2021

Following its cancellation in 2020, the Gala Festival is back at Peckham Rye Park in 2021 with another dose of world-class house, disco and soul. And to make up for last year’s void, the festival has ...

visitors to the Underbelly Festival

South Facing Festival

With the demand for festival tickets at an all time high right now, could there possibly be a better time to launch a new music event in London? Crystal Palace’s South Facing Festival is certainly abo...

A woman in gold at the 51st State Festival

51st State Festival

The 51st State Festival returns to Trent Country Park in August 2021 following the cancellation of the 2020 event due to the Coronavirus.  This one day house music extravaganza has become a stapl...

We Out Here Festival

We Out Here Festival 2021

As I type this, the thought of IRL festivals with crowds, sweaty bodies, alcohol, music and absolutely NO social distancing seems almost mind blowing. Yet, at some point this summer, this will be our ...

All Points East music festival

All Points East

As plans for our incredible post lockdown summer gather pace, East London favourite All Points East have announced the first headliners for their 2021 return. Cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, th...

Yam Carnival 2021

Yam Carnival is coming!

With the future of this year’s Notting Hill Carnival hanging in the balance, there couldn’t be a better time to welcome a new August Bank Holiday event to the London events calendar. Describing itself...

Notting Hill Carnival 2020

Notting Hill Carnival

Always a highlight of the London festival season, this late summer street party, the largest of it’s kind in Europe, has a flavour all of it’s own. With last year’s event cancelled due to the Co...

Field Day

Field Day

After a couple of away days and a break for the pandemic, Field Day is back in its spiritual home of Victoria Park for 2021. The one day festival moved to Brockwell Park in 2018 and then on to Enfield...

Totally Thames

Totally Thames 2021

The Totally Thames festival celebrates Mother Thames and the city which grew up on its banks. The festival has grown out of the Mayor’s Thames Festival which ended in 2013. The Ancient River Bef...

Wide Awake Festival

Wide Awake Festival

It may be entering a fairly congested playing field, but the organisers of the Wide Awake Festival clearly feel that they’ve spotted a gap in the market. The one day event, which will take place on th...

Mighty Hoopla Festival

Mighty Hoopla

If only all of London’s music festivals could be this much fun. The Mighty Hoopla takes the accepted festival formula and doesn’t so much turn it on its head as flip it over and tickle its belly. The ...

Cross The Tracks

Cross The Tracks

South London’s Cross The Tracks festival is set to return this September. The one day event, which is often described as Brixton’s premiere soul, jazz, and funk fest, was cancelled in 2020 due to the ...

Pride in London Parade

Pride in London Parade

There’s nothing quite like Pride. The parade is one of the most colourful, flamboyant and joyful days in the London events calendar and it regularly attracts a big and friendly crowd of reveller...

The Waterworks Festival

The Waterworks Festival

Following hot on the heels of the announcement of Crystal Palace’s inaugural South Facing Festival comes news of a new one day electronic music event called The Waterworks Festival. Originally intende...