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Events in London this summer will have one common feature, namely diversity. The Wimbledon championships are expected to reinvigorate the world of tennis, just as the London festivals reinvigorate the capital this June. As Wimbledon tennis finals captivate a huge section of fans in July, the Chorus Festival will be on its pinnacle, beautified by the colorful Pride in London Parade, the Soul of a Nation will take art exhibition to a new level by the end of the month. In August, there will dozens of music festivals across London, punctuated by the Notting Hill Carnival and inspired by the Queer British Art show’s revival of the homosexuality debate.
Events in London 2017 / 2018 – Schedules and Things To Do
In other words, upcoming events in London promises something for everyone, regardless of taste, age, gender, economic class, sexuality, race, or socio-political affiliation. There will be an event for those who love music or architecture, and those who love sports or civil advocacy. From Changing the Guard to London Dragon Boat Festival, and from Burns Night to BBC Proms, London is ready for an all-inclusive summer. This section will showcase the most significant events scheduled in London for the summer, and which by virtue of popularity, are expected to determine the ‘where-to-be’ for London tourists and residents.
The most notable of these events hosted in London this summer will include the London Dragon Boat Festival, Royal Ascot, London Food Month, Hockey World League semi-Finals, BP Big Screens in London, London Architecture Festival, and Pride in London for the LGBTs, this June. In July, the most significant events in London will include the Underbelly Festival, Changing the Guard, Prudential Ride London, Liberty Festival, IPC World ParaAthletics, ICC Women Cricket World Cup, and the Star Sixes for the football diehards.
In August, notable events will include the IAAF Marathon, World Athletics Championships, Changing the Guard, Kids Week Musical, Luna Cinema, Film4 Summer Screen, Notting Hill Carnival, and the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final for the rugby fans. September will then close the summer with a notable series of events including the Pearly Harvest Festival, Totally Thames, Open House London, London Design Festival, and BBC Proms with fireworks of live music.