It is a celebration of all things German that has touched down in London for a night dedicated to the city of Munich, and it begins with plenty of authentic German beer, served in steins. You can come and enjoy endless quantities of beer, as well as live Bavarian beats by the Oompah band, and classic German music by The Bierkeller Boys. In addition to this, you can take advantage of a range of German-inspired eats as well as a variety of games, from football and ping pong to interactive darts and shuffleboard.
Among the best things to do in London in September, the Overflo Festival by Pxssy Palace is at the top of the list. Designed to celebrate queer culture, music, and nightlife during this brand new festival which will be held at Burgess Park in Peckham this August, it aims to celebrate queerness throughout club culture, music, and nightlife. Throughout the festival, there will be workshops, talks, live performances, DJ sets and artwork from some of the best Queer, Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Trans, Non-binary, and POC talent from all over the world and locally. The creativity and community will be flowing in bucketloads with this one so you’ll want to wear your best dancing shoes.
In four days of food-filled culinary creativity, London will become the place to be in the UK for the UK’s biggest celebration of food and music. Among the musicians performing are Craig David, Beverley Knight, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and others. Top chefs prepare food at award-winning restaurants. A host of restaurants and vendors will provide delicious Sri Lankan delights, Michelin-starred pub grub, and fragrant Thai dishes.
There will be some 21.6 miles of boat races down the Thames throughout the course of the Great River Race taking place in London Docklands and ending in Ham, Surrey, as a result of taking the marathon and putting it on the water. Each year, over 330 crews from all over the world participate in this annual event including professional athletes, fancy dress racers, and charities, as well as crews from all levels and abilities. It doesn’t matter if you go fishing for the first time yourself or if you simply watch a group of friends and family enjoy the day with lighthearted laughter and plenty of fun.
In celebration of the unique urban landscape of London and its architecture, the Open House Festival is an annual event that provides visitors with the opportunity to see some of the most iconic buildings in the city. Visitors to the city will have the opportunity to take in some of the city’s most magnificent architectural and landscape wonders and meet some of the people who live in the homes of those locals who are willing to show off their fascinating spaces to the public. There is going to be a lot of celebrations this year to mark the 30th anniversary of the festival, which makes it a pretty special celebration.
It is with great pleasure that we inform you that this year for the 20th year running, London Design Festival will take place over a period of nine days, celebrating the city as the world’s design capital. During the festival, creatives and designers will have an opportunity to showcase their work and allow guests an opportunity to see the wide range of talent that is to be found in London and across the UK, as well as provide a glimpse into the exciting diversity of the creative scene. As well as exhibiting museum exhibits and installations, the festival will also host collaborations with local institutions, as well as Design districts that reflect the local community in each city.
As part of this annual event, tour groups, talks, workshops, exhibitions, and more are held in the capital over the course of a month-long period to celebrate the lifeblood of the city. As one of the most valuable assets in London, the River Thames, has seen it all. As a mainstay of the city for more than a thousand years, it only seems right that it holds its own festival and appears on our list of cool things to do in London in September. There will be many exciting activities and experiences all centered around the river flowing through the city center. From river races to floating art shows to parades to tidal swims.
Chelsea History Festival is the last of our top 10 things to do in London in September and is a great event for history enthusiasts, as well as those who love history. Through talks, tours, and performances, the Chelsea History Festival brings the past to life. In addition to a fascinating discussion about the Kings and Queens of England, there will be a focus on the powerful women who changed the course of history. Immersive programs reveal centuries of history throughout the itinerary. There are many ways to get a taste of world history at this event, from storytelling to garden tours.