The Mayor organises a yearly programme of eight core events to celebrate London’s culture and communities: St Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival, Feast of St George, Vaisakhi Festival, Eid, Diwali Festival, African Festival, Liberty Festival and New Year’s Eve Fireworks. He also supports a range of other events, exhibitions at City Hall and celebrations across London.
Step outside and celebrate your local high street this summer with fantastic free events across London.
The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime is revisiting every London borough in 2014 with senior Metropolitan Police officers to talk about local policing and answer your questions.
This free exhibition at City Hall brings together a selection of artworks created over nine years as part of Rivers of the World - Thames Festival Trust’s international art
While the city sleeps, London’s Smithfield, Billingsgate and New Covent Garden markets come to life.
Come and celebrate African cultures in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 11 October.
Come and celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights in Trafalgar Square. There’s something for everyone at this fantastic free event.
Your chance to put questions to the Mayor of London and London Assembly.
The carol singing programme for Christmas 2014 runs from Monday 8 – Tuesday 23 December, excluding Saturday 13 December 2014 and Tuesday 16 December 2014.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve and welcome 2015 with a bang at the London NYE 2014 Fireworks, presented by the Mayor of London. To ensure a safe and fun night for all, we’re introducing tickets for £10.