Looking for the top things to do in London in July? Well, you have come to the right place, because London Design Agenda is going to tell you the 10 London events in July you really can’t afford to miss!
02 July 2018 – 08 July 2018
One of our favourite July events in London is definitely the world’s largest annual flower show at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Here you can get unique tips on gardening, shop for garden supplies, and watch the best demonstrations from celebrity gardeners and chefs around the showgrounds. This is the perfect opportunity to get some outdoor ideas for your interior design projects or home renovation don’t you think?
02 July 2018 – 15 July 2018
If you are a tennis lover, then you really really can’t miss the opportunity to experience two weeks of first-class tennis right? Well, one of our top London July shows is the Wimbledon Lawn Tenis Championships, where one of four annual Grand Slam tennis events held around the globe.
05 July 2018 – 15 July 2018
July in London means the beginning of Summer festivals! That’s why you can’t miss the Summer Series concerts in the iconic Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court at Somerset House. You experience every single type of music, and of course, enjoy huge opening weekend parties celebrating the influence of the music of black origin and have the opportunity to listen to some emerging stars and even the Grammy Award-winning sounds of The Roots.
7 July 2018
One of the upcoming events in London is the Pride in London Parade. With over 1 million people coming together for the event, Pride in London Parade welcomes everyone to take part and raise awareness of the LGBTQ+ community. This event includes free performances in Trafalgar Square, as well as, parties and events in the many pubs, bars and clubs.
06 July 2018 – 15 July 2018
Well, here at London Design Agenda, we love summer festivals, that’s why the award-winning festival Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park in central London had to be on our list. The Royal Park welcomes two weekends of live music while Open House takes over during the week between the concerts with bands, street food, an open-air cinema and free summer activities, including tennis screenings live from Wimbledon.
07 July 2018 – 08 July 2018
Of course, Art Night had to be on our list of things to do in London in July! Now in its third edition, Art Night presents a free one-night programme of contemporary art, performance, music and architecture. “Curated by the Hayward Gallery to celebrate its 50th anniversary, this year’s event sees art projects running along the Thames from Southbank Centre, through Vauxhall and Nine Elms, to Battersea Power Station.”
13 July 2018 – 14 July 2018
What about the two-day Lovebox music festival in west London’s Gunnersbury Park? Lovebox has quickly established itself as one of London’s favourite festivals, giving a stage to emerging and established artists from a mix of music genres. This year artists like Skepta, Childish Gambino, N.E.R.D, Diplo, SZA, Wu-Tang Clan, Annie Mac and many more artists will take this unique stage to provide you with a wonderful summer night.
Don’t miss the chance to experience the biggest classical music festival on earth, with affordable concerts and a unique vibe open to all audiences at the Royal Albert Hall and across London.
4 July 2018 – 15 July 2018Watch your favourite athletics stars compete in two nights of track and field events during the inaugural Athletics World Cup at London Stadium. The groundbreaking event takes place across two evening sessions at the iconic venue in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Both evenings feature eight field events and nine track events, finishing with thrilling relay races.
21 July 2018 – 29 July 2018Explore the capital’s incredible outdoor spaces at the inaugural London National Park City Week, taking place at multiple locations around the city. This is one of the most amazing events of the month to spend some quality time with your family.