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Summer Festival Season - UK & IRELAND

If last year is anything to go by, then 2022 will be the best year ever for live entertainment. 
Don't Forget:

The Pride in London Parade takes place on Saturday 2nd July 2022 from 12pm, this event provides a platform for every part of London’s LGBT+ community to raise awareness of LGBT+ issues and campaign for the freedoms that will allow people to live their lives on a genuinely equal footing. It gives people a chance to be visible and speak loudly to the rest of the world about what we have achieved, how far we have come and what is still needed.

London's Biggest Street Party  

Join London’s biggest street party as the Notting Hill Carnival fills the streets of west London with Caribbean colours, music and flavours. Watch elaborate floats and colourful costumed performers wind their way through the streets in the carnival parade, dance to the sound of steel bands and calypso music, and visit the tempting food stalls along the route.

OUR TIP: Notting Hill Carnival has taken place every year on the last weekend of August including the summer bank holiday (public holiday) Monday. Remember this is carnival! Leave the pastels in the wardrobe and bring out the colour. Accessorise with flags, whistles, crazy hats... anything goes.
Festival Season 

We love a good festival. Whatever the season, here’s where you could be: out in the open, dancing with your friends to full blast music from your favourite internationally renowned artists, surrounded on all sides by a panoply of delicious food and drink from all over the world. That’s a festival for you.


When the Notting Hill Carnival first started, around 500 people attended the Caribbean festival. The carnival has since become the largest street festival in Europe, attracting hundreds of thousands to London, and continues to grow in popularity. Expect to see some 50,000 performers in the parade and more than 30 sound systems, with more than 1 million people attending over the carnival weekend.

It’s not All MUSIC – TRY FOOD 

  • Great British Cheese Festival

  • Whitstable Oyster Festival

  • Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival

  • Spirit of Speyside Festival

  • Taste Cumbria Food Festival

  • Ludlow Food Festival

  • Isle of Wight Garlic Festival

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