A long running country show, a brand new music and arts festival, and world class athletics are just some of the attractions coming to London next month.
Here are 5 events taking place in the capital in July.
Music fans are spoilt for choice in July, with a whole host of festivals taking place in the capital throughout the month.
One of the newest additions to the calendar is Kaleidoscope, a music and arts festival taking place at Alexandra Park and Palace on Saturday 21st July.
The eclectic line up includes music from the Flaming Lips, poetry from John Cooper Clarke, and comedy from Katherine Ryan.
Lambeth Country Show
Taking place for the 44th time this year, the Lambeth Country Show returns to Brockwell Park in Brixton on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July.
This free family festival brings all the attractions of a traditional country show to the capital, with sheep and owl displays, flower competitions, craft and food stalls, live music and a children’s funfair among the entertainment.
Muller Anniversary Games
Some of the world’s best track and field athletes will be on show at the Muller Anniversary Games.
Tickets for the two-day event, which takes place at the London Stadium on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July, are now on sale, with prices starting from just £10.
London National Park City Week
The first ever London National Park City Week will take place from Saturday 21st to Sunday 29th July.
Part of the Mayor’s plan to help make London a National Park City in 2019, the week will feature a wide range of activities celebrating the capital’s green spaces.
Events will include guided walks, boat trips, bike rides, tree trails and encounters with urban wildlife.
Prudential Ride London Freecycle
Part of a wider festival of cycling, this free event is a rare opportunity to enjoy the thrill of riding a bike along traffic-free streets in the heart of the capital.
Cyclists will be able to tackle an eight-mile circuit which takes in some of London’s most iconic landmarks, such as Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Just make sure you register online before Sunday 1st July.
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