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London has beuatiful sunny skies in the summer months, and July is the ideal time to soak up all the much-needed Vitamin D. Whether you want to dance to live music under the English sun or cool your heels in Buckingham Palace, July in London gives you the best of both worlds.
1 – 14 July 2019
The only Grand Slam to be played on grass is legendary, and Wimbledon is an event that all tennis fans aim to see. The two weeks over which the tournament runs sees the capital come alive, in an air of queueing, strawberries and cream, and usually an appearance by Cliff Richard! Every single year the tournament sees around 500,000 spectators pass through its gates and millions of fans watching at home.
1 – 7 July 2019
This high-summer event returns and explodes over 34 acres in the spectacular grounds of Hampton Court Palace. Featuring world-class gardens as well as work by some of the country's leading designers and nurseries, there are many opportunities to buy plants, fresh produce and gardening equipment. Packed with new features like a magical butterfly display, this flower show is sure to be fun for the whole family!
7 July 2019
Come one, come all and be proud of who you are! The annual Pride Parade is this June and it 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 them to live their lives on a genuinely equal footing.
12 – 13 July 2019
Consistently one of highlights of London’s festival season, Lovebox packs as much fun into two days as many festivals manage in three.
19 July – 14 September 2019
The Royal Albert Hall is a destination in its own right, but when it is combined with world class music and famous musicians, it becomes a must visit. The BBC Proms is televised live, but it is also a live music extravaganza across the whole city, with various venues hosting shows throughout its duration. From classics to contemporaries, this is a fantastic musical event for all the family.
Mid July 2019 (date to be announced)
This one-day east London music festival full of arts, culture, and street food has proven to be another great addition to the city's summre music scene. After a successful launch a few years ago, the Citadel Festival is will be held this year in Gunnersbury Park and aims to be a lot more culturally nourishing and arts-driven than most conventional festivals.