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What's On in London July 2022

July is festival season! From beautiful garden displays, to live music concerts and food extravaganzas, there truly is something for everyone this month.

So, what are you waiting for? Show some love for London and the amazing places that make up the city, by reading our ‘What’s On’ guide below:


Experience beautiful horticultural displays in the setting of one of London’s most historic royal palaces with RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival 2022.

Between the 4 – 9 July, visitors can dive into an oasis of fabulous floristry, live music, and unique plant shopping to celebrate the start of summer!

There will also be live demonstrations by a host of celebrity gardeners and chefs; giving you all the tips and tricks of the gardening world.

Distance from The Hari: 10 Miles
Photo Credit: Historic Royal Palaces


The Hari is Wimbledon ready!

Despite the unpredictable British weather… The Hari’s Garden Terrace has been transformed into a floral haven complete with a big screen, Château Minuty rosé, and a retractable roof, making it the ideal spot to watch the tennis.

Guests can also enjoy some delicious food to accompany their rosé wine, from the all-day dining menu and special Minuty menu.

If wine is not your thing, why not try one of The Hari’s creative art cocktails or Haritinis?

Distance from The Hari: 0 Miles
Photo Credit: The Hari


Experience eleven nights of gigs from inspiring artists at this year’s Somerset House Summer Series.

Each night between 7 – 17 July, the courtyard at Somerset House will be transformed into a spectacular space for open-air concerts, bringing a vibrant festival atmosphere straight to the heart of London.

Visitors can sing along to the likes of John Legend, Carly-Rae Jepsen, Mabel and Arlo Parks; promising an unforgettable experience.

Distance from The Hari: 2.3 Miles
Photo Credit: Somerset House


BST Hyde Park will continue to bring a host of the world’s biggest artists to the famous London Park for a series of incredible concerts until 10 July.

The legendary Pearl Jam will be performing for not one, but two days on the 8 and 9 July, while British icons Duran Duran will close the show with their hugely anticipated performance on the 10th.

Plus, there will be a host of food and drink on offer as well as excellent hospitality packages, so you can make a whole day of it!

Distance from The Hari: 0.4 Miles
Photo Credit: BST Hyde Park


The BBC Proms are back!

The Royal Albert Hall will host a season of exceptional classical concerts from world-renowned artists for eight long weeks.

This year’s celebration will feature 84 concerts, with 73 taking place back where they belong, in the iconic auditorium – as it has done every year since 1941.

Kicking off the Proms on the 15 July, will be the BBC Symphony Chorus and Crouch End Festival Chorus, performing a choral masterpiece, bringing all the high drama of 19th-century opera.

Distance from The Hari: 1.1 Miles
Photo Credit: Royal Albert Hall


Buckingham Palace, home to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, will open to the public for their annual Summer Tours on the 22 July. Inside this royal residence, and the highlights of the tour, are:

  • The Throne Room (often used as a backdrop for royal wedding photos!)
  • The 19 beautifully decorated State Rooms (used for official functions)
  • The magnificent Grand Staircase
  • Fine pieces of art (including works by Canalette, Rembrandt and Vermeer)

You are also able to see the stunning Palace Grounds, Rose Garden, and Palace tennis court, where King George VI and Fred Perry played in the 1930s!

Distance from The Hari: 1 Mile
Photo Credit: Royal Collection Trust


Be sure to visit this summer’s unmissable food festival in the Gardens of the Royal Hospital Chelsea between 30 and 31 July.

Featuring over thirty chefs, twelve restaurants, and fifteen unique alfresco bars, Savour Food Festival is the perfect place to try the most desired dishes in the city.

Visitors can also enjoy a packed weekend of live music, chef masterclasses and themed tents in one of London’s most breath-taking gardens; what’s not to love?

Distance from The Hari: 0.7 Miles
Photo Credit: Savour


Enjoy a spectacular evolving display at The Tower of London’s Superbloom.

Open now until September, you can expect a change from soft green hues at the beginning of July to delicate whites, blues, pinks and oranges throughout the height of summer.

Designed to attract pollinators, over 20 million seeds have been sown in the moat, meaning ‘Superbloom’ will bring a wonderful natural beauty and introduce a new biodiverse habitat for wildlife.

Distance from The Hari: 4.1 Miles
Photo Credit: Historic Royal Palaces

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