London Events not to be missed in 2020

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show

The world-famous annual flower show is a delight for gardening enthusiasts and flower lovers across the globe. Director General of RHS, Sue Biggs, CBE has announced that with the encouragement of countless supporters across the horticultural industry the RHS is going to hold a Virtual Show running from 19 May to 23 May! Make sure to log in!

Street League Skateboarding at The Copper Box Arena

Returning to London for its eleventh year, the Street League Skateboarding World tour is a highly anticipated international event. Head over to The Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from 22 May to24 May to see this amazing competition.

FA Cup Final

A big day in UK for football fans, the Cup Final, first match is being played at The Wembley Stadium on 23 May 2020! Did you know that the FA cup was found in 1872? That's how long the craze has been going on!

Pride in the City of London

Come see the colourful festival celebrating LGBT Pride in Central London. Free performances at the West End and Trafalgar square along with, more that 300 beautifully decorated floats pouring into the streets of London this June.

The Coral Challenge Cup final

Be there to see the pinnacle of the Rugby League Season as the nation's best two sides battle it out for the trophy at the Wembley Stadium on Saturday, 18 July 2020! Wonderful fast paced action on the field, including live music and a family friendly atmosphere suitable for all ages.

Summer Opening: Buckingham Palace Tour

The opening of Buckingham Palace during the summer from 25 July to 04 October is always anticipated with great excitement. Though it is the Queen's official residence in London, her highness will not be in residence during the summer months making the palace accessible to the public.

Greenwich+Docklands International Festival

Indulge in one of London's largest free outdoor art festivals, with open-art theatres, art installations, dance and music for all ages in the heart of East London. Starting from 28 August to 12 September.

Notting Hill Festival

The biggest street party in the city of London, filling it with wonderful colours, music and flavours of the Caribbean! If you are planning in participating in the festival, this is the best opportunity to let your imagination go wild while choosing your outfit! But be aware that public transport will be closed on 30 and 31 August for the event.

London Fashion Week

Immerse yourself in extraordinary fashion experiences with pop-up shops, catwalk shows and expert talks. London Fashion Week is set for September with the exact date yet to be announced. A heavenly retreat for any fashion enthusiast.

Halloween in London

The city of London takes the spookiest day of the year very seriously. Indulge in freaky Halloween events, ghostly tours, spooky attractions and not to forget Halloween costume competitions. Last week of October is the best time for you in London if you enjoy creepy chills running down your spine.

Bonfire Night in London (Guy Fawkes Night)

Each year on the 5th of November, London marks the historic moment when Guy Fawkes and his crew attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament and King James I. This day is commonly known as Bonfire Night, includes fireworks, firecrackers, seasonal edibles and drinks at most events to commemorate the occasion.

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

Winter Family fun at its very best! There are infinite fun activities to choose from; starting from Winter Wonderland Comedy Club to Ice Sculpting workshops! Available from November 2020 to January 2021. Did we mention that entry is free?!

Christmas in London

One of the best cities to visit during the most wonderful time of year. Enjoy Ice-skating, visiting the Winter Wonderland, various Christmas events, and shopping in the many London Christmas markets. Not to mention the city is almost ethereal its beauty, all decorated with lights for the season.

London New Year's Eve fireworks

Hear Big Ben's famous "bongs" ring out at midnight ushering in the new year in the city of London. The hugely popular London's New Year's Eve fireworks has been ticketed event since 2014, hence booking in advance is highly advised to avoid disappointment.

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