London is a vibrant city with a wide variety of festivals and events that attract people from all over the world. From the Great British Beer Festival to the Chelsea Flower Show, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The Great British Beer Festival, organized by the Campaign for Real Ale, is one of the most popular beer festivals in London. It features draft beers, unpasteurized or filtered, as well as conditioned and served in barrels.
The GBBF also has a sister festival called GBBF Winter that specializes in porter beer and dark beer. Glastonbury is one of the biggest and most loved music festivals on the planet, taking place on a huge site in Somerset with its Arthurian legends and alternative lifestyles. London Fashion Week is one of the busiest festivals in the world, full of artistic, cultural and design details. The Citadel festival is held the day after Lovebox, with six different stages to delight music lovers in London.
During the festival, souvenirs with floral motifs and special flavors are also offered in all stores. The Eid Festival in London celebrates the union of people of Caribbean origin and their heritage. It is a celebration of dance, music and culture, bringing together the inhabitants of the city. Hogmanay is one of the most important festivals in the United Kingdom, a gigantic New Year's Eve celebration that takes place from December 31 to January 2 in Scotland every year. The South West Four (SW4) is probably the best music and dance festival in London.
Tickets for the Chelsea Flower Show, which many celebrities living in England and the royal family participate directly, cost between £40.85 and £85.85.