It’s July and the summer sun seems to have finally arrived! Make the most of the month ahead with this fun packed line up of events;
Lambeth Country Show – An annual highlight for many south Londoners, Lambeth Country Show is back this July for it’s 41st year with ten different ‘zones’ throughout the weekend including the Main Stage, Main Arena, Activate, Village Green, Cultivate, Farm Zone, Flower Zone, Charity Zone, Food Hall and Craft/Complementary Therapy. Performers will include soul disco act Odyssey and Reggae groups Misty in Roots and Rasite.
Streatham Festival – Now in it’s 14th year Streatham Festival will be bringing a wide range of theatre, comedy, dance, arts and crafts plus much more. This is an area with a great community spirit, come celebrate with them, the theme this year is “Coming of Age”
Streatham, various – 4-11th July
Foodies Festival – For the third year in a row the UK’s largest celebration of food & drink is returning to Clapham Common South and is a true foodies paradise. There’ll be chef demonstrations, plenty of chances for tasting both food and drink plus music and a Chilli Eating Challenge!
Clapham Common 25 – 26 July Tickets from £12
Blythe Hill Festival – Join the friends of Blythe Hill Fields for a jam packed day of fun including live music, circus skills lessons and a fun fair.
Blythe Hill Fields – 4th July
Sydenham Arts Festival – Registered charity Sydenham Arts bring this festival to South East London this summer. With a big band night on 4th July and an outdoor screening of the Wizard of Oz there is plenty for the whole family to enjoy across this 9 day festival.
Sydenham, various – 4-12th July
Garage Nation/One Dance Festival – Bringing a throwback to the 90s to Streatham Common, this two day festival brings the likes of DJ Luck and MC Neat and the Pied Piper to South West London.
Streatham Common 11-12th July From free if you have a birthday within applicable dates!
Rebel Bingo – Bingo, but not as you know it. Expect a raucous evening, mountains of confetti and an after party til late.
Rivoli Ballroom, Rouges – This vintage listed ballroom in Brockley is a stunning location for any evening out. This month’s Rouges brings a glamtastic night with a mix of seventies, eighties and electric swing. There’ll also be an aerialist performing on the night, if you don’t know what that is you better go along and find out!
People’s Day – One of South East London’s biggest free festivals. Mountsfield Park in Catford plays host to headline act Tippa Irie and the Lockdown Band.
Mountsfield Park – 11th July Noon – 8pm Free