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What's On This Weekend In London: 4.9.2015 – 6.9.2015
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What's On This Weekend In London: 4.9.2015 – 6.9.2015

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Updated: 15 November 2016
Autumn may be drawing in, but summer lives on this weekend with festivals and outdoor events aplenty. Welcome September with a bang!

New Artist Fair: Summer Exhibition

Friday – Sunday, 12PM – 6PM

Proclaiming itself ‘the best value art fair in London,’ the New Artist Fair champions young and emerging artists. With over 100 participants, this year may be the biggest yet. Grab a bargain with artworks as little as £40; entry is free. If you’re looking to start a personal Tate Gallery in your living room, this is the place to be!

The Old Truman Brewery, F Block G4 & G5, Entrance on Ely’s Yard, London E1 6QL, United Kingdom

The Mid Century Market

Sunday, 11AM – 4:30PM

Get your high-waisted jeans and your quirky brooch on and jam to the classic tunes of the 1950s. Showcasing only the highest quality vintage, ranging from clothing to homeware (and don’t miss the unique collection of jewellery), The Mid Century Market offers the perfect vintage atmosphere with incredible entertainers. Best part? It will only cost you £3 to travel back in time.

Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regents Park Road, London NW1 7AY, United Kingdom


Saturday – Sunday

Grab your closest friends and head down to Grillstock for a weekend full of the best BBQ, beer and music. With fire breathers, eating competitions, BBQ masterclasses, and plenty of food, this is a must for all BBQ lovers! As the famous Barney Stinson says: ‘It’s going to be LEGENDARY!’

Chestnuts Field, Walthamstow, London E17 4JF, United Kingdom

Summer Jamm 2

Saturday, 6PM – 4AM

Brixton Jamm isn’t letting summer leave us without a bang as it hosts its final day-to-night terrace party this weekend. Boogie your bank holiday blues away while sipping on some delectable cocktails. With tickets at just £5 and an enticing ‘TBA’ line-up, what better way to spend your Saturday?

Brixton Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, London SW9 6LH, United Kingdom

Doughnut: The Outer London Festival


Doughnut: The Outer London Festival is the first festival celebrate the expanse and development of the city. Bringing together celebrated writers, historians, architects and designers, Doughnut will host talks, pop-up food stalls, music performances and other family friendly activities. What more could you ask for? Tickets from £10.

Queen Anne Courtyard, Old Royal Naval College King William Walk, Greenwich, London SE10 9NN, United Kingdom

Totally Thames Riverside Festival

Saturday – Sunday

Embrace the September sun in the greens of Potters Fields Park. Whether you want to play with the animals from Vauxhall City Farm or be transformed by a face painter, try clay modelling or create a stunning flower head dress, there are plenty of activities for the whole family. On Sunday, be sure to join the Colombia Day celebrations!

Potters Fields Park, Tooley Street, London SE1 2AA, United Kingdom

Colombia Day

Sunday, 12PM – 7PM

Already at the Riverside Festival? Be sure to look out for the Colombian food village, as the crowds celebrate Colombia Day. Not only will there be Colombian music and dance, but one of the biggest tall ships in the world, ARC Gloria, will pass by Tower Bridge into the Upper Pool. Do not miss the 80 crew members singing the Colombian National Anthem as they wave the Colombian flag.

Potters Fields Park, Tooley Street, London SE1 2AA, United Kingdom