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Top 5 Free Events In London this Weekend

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The best events this weekend 25-27 July

There are lots of free things to do in London this weekend from free art exhibitions to music gigs and festivals. However a lot or even the most of the times most of the free events are nothing special… We are not the type of people who would give a shout out about every random free gig in town so the whole idea behind this weekly post is to let you know about the Best of the Best free weekend events in London that we would also like attend. We also include Friday events cause for most of us the weekend starts from Friday evening, right?? This weekend the main theme will be dance!We have picked some great festivals like the Great British Carnival and the Walthamstow Garden Party. Without further ado here is our Top 5 Free Events in London this weekend 25-27 of July 2014! You can find more free London attractions or free sport activities.

►Sickboy: ‘Make it last forever’ exhibition at The Outsiders London, – Fri 25-Sat 30 Aug
First London gallery appearance for one of our favourite UK street artists!
Barbican’s Walthamstow Garden Party at Lloyd Park, E17 – Sat 26-Sun 27
A must-attend festival featuring live music from big names such as The Brand New Heavies and Tiken Jah Fakoly!
Ciderdog Festival at The Miller, SE1 3SS – Sat 25 (2pm-1am)
This is a great one for cider lovers, 100 different varieties available from across the country, BBQ and more!
Great British Carnival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, E20 2ST – Sun 27 (noon-9:30pm)
A Rio style carnival with free music, dance and choreography workshops.
African Street-Style Festival 2014 at Calvert Avenue and Arnold Circus, E2 – Sun 27 (noon-7pm)
A one day event celebrating African culture, Fashion (catwalk) Show, nice live music, DJ sets, dance and more.

top free events in London this weekend

The top 5 free events in London this weekend featuring Sickboy’s first London exhibition, THE Great British Carnival and the Walthamstow Garden Party.

You may also want to check the Free film screenings in London in July.



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