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London Festivals to Expect this Summer

London Festivals to Expect this Summer

What do you want to do this summer? If attending some festivals in the London Ont is on your mind you’ve come across the perfect place to find out more. Highlighting a few of the many mouthwatering food and beer shows, a chance to dance and to celebrate your pride is all included.

Food and Drinks?

Yes, please! There are multiple places to enjoy some slow cooked meats and try some delicious drafts. First up, the London Ribfest and Craft Beer Festival is in town to offer some of their pulled pork, chicken and of course ribs in their own signature BBQ sauce. With the saucy fingers cleaned up head over to The Forest City Beer Fest is downtown at the Covert Garden Market for an opportunity to taste new brews such as Anderson Craft Ales and Toboggan Brewing Company. As well, sample from food trucks and stands at this feast.

Music Shows:

The name may be familiar to most but not all, Rock the Park is back. It is a country music outdoor event in Harris Park on going for four days from July 11 to July 14. The line-up has even expended to well-known headlines with classic rock and hip hop music. There’s lots more to see then just the talent. Perhaps you’d like to go to two or three of these events. The Home Country Music and Trackside Music Festivals are also ready to be lassoed into your life.

A Chance to win:

In regards to the Trackside Music Festival on June 30th and July 1st here is a chance to win a pair of tickets. All it takes is for you to fill in some quick contact info on Facebook. With one of two chances, you could be face to face with Dierks Bentley or Tim Hicks.

Don’t Hide Come to Pride:

Whether you are part of the LGBTQ+ community, a supporter or wanting to learn more and visit a fun loving, free spirited celebration Pride London Festival is ready for you. This parade has many pops of colour and most of all positive vibes. A dance and brunch are also offered.

You can also expect the Fringe Festival for plays and local showcased art forms, the Oxford Renaissance Festival for all history lovers but that’s not all.

For more information visit here and see what you can get up to this summer. Bring some friends together, take some days off work and fill up your calendar ahead of time if any of these events hold your interest.

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