Like any capital city, London It is full of year-round events. Not only concerts High level of all kinds of music. They also organize the most varied celebrations and festivals. I leave a calendar for you to choose which one you want to participate in.
January – “New Year’s Day Parade”, with floats and music bands all over the West End. The Baishakhi Mela, is the Bengali New Year Festival.
February – Chinese New Year, in Chinatown, Soho.
March – St Patrick’s Day, patron of the Irish, in Trafalgar Sq. and Kilburn.
April – Day 21, the Gun salute pointing to the queen's birthday, in HydePark. St George’s Day, patron of the English. He DayVaisakhi (Sikh New Year) in Trafalgar Sq.
June – “Trooping the Color”, to celebrate the official birthday of the queen, at the Horse Guards Parade. He London Pride, London Gay Pride parade.
From late June to August – the London City Festival With hundreds of free activities.
August – Notting Hill Carnival.
September – Thames River Festival, from Westminster Bridge to Tower Bridge.
October –Diwali, in Trafalgar Sq., the festival of the lights of the Hindus that represents the renewal of the commitment to family values.
November – Eid (Muslim festival of Eid ul-fitr) in Trafalgar Sq., Coinciding with the end of Ramadan. He «Bonfire Night», Guy Fawkes Day, night of fireworks.
December – singing of Christmas carols in Trafalgar Sq. in front of the "Norweigian Christmas Tree", a gift from Norway for help in World War II.