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Festivals of the Summer

Festivals of the Summer

Brittany Du Ly | Interrobang | Lifestyles | May 27th, 2016

Grickle Grass

Saturday, May 28 at London Children's Museum

For $30, watch a total of 10 great bands perform

Gathering on the Green

Saturday, June 4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 165 Elmwood Avenue

Live entertainment, all day BBQ, silent auction, local craft and plant vendors London Fringe Block Party

Saturday, June 4 in Downtown London (numerous locations)

A day for the community: art, musicians, street performances and food trucks Fanshawe Dragon Boat Festival

Saturday, June 11 at Dougs Well Rowing Centre, Fanshawe Conservation Centre 1424 Clarke Road

Come out and watch the amazing race as individuals use their strength and power to paddle towards the finish line. This event was organized in support of the London Health Science Foundation. Fiesta London!

Sunday, June 12, 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Covent Garden Market 130 King Street

A taste of the Mexican culture, as Londoners get to explore crafts, music, food and even participate in some fun contests.

International Food Fest

Friday to Sunday, June 24 to June 26 in Victoria Park, 580 Clarence Street

Calling all foodies near and far for the opportunity to indulge in over 55 cultural food booths, such as Portuguese, Caribbean, Chinese and Italian cuisine.


Thursday to Sunday, July 7 to June 10 in Victoria Park 580 Clarence Street

A three day art concert series to promote cross-cultural awareness through music, dance and visual art.

Rock the Park

Wednesday to Saturday, July 14 to July 16 in Harris Park

This music festival will be sure to rock you with their highly anticipated line-up, which include headliners such as Flo Rida, Mac Miller, AWOLNATION and Ivory Hours.

Home Country Music and Art Festival

Wednesday to Monday, July 14 to July 18 in Victoria Park 580 Clarence Street

Coming back for its 43rd year, this music and art celebration takes over Vic park with free performances from artists and over 150 food and artisan vendors. Admission by donation. Pride London

Wednesday to Sunday, July 14 to July 24

Numerous locations. Head to for the event guide. Show your support and love for diversity within the community through this 10-day long celebration. Everyday offers something different, with events taking educational, artistic and cultural events, and a final march through the end of festivities with a grand parade. Ribfest

Thursday to Monday, July 28 to August 1 in Victoria Park 580 Clarence Street

If the international food fest left you hungry for more, fear not, as this five-day fest takes over the park for ribs, beer, wine, live entertainment and rides. Better yet, admission is free.

Forest City Beer Festival

Saturday, August 13th, 1 p.m. to 12 a.m. in Covent Garden Market 130 King Street

Enjoy the art of craft beer, as this festival kicks in for its annual return. Partner your brew with munchies from food trucks and dry out a tasting tour.
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