From the 7th-18th June 2017, London is combining the celebration of food with the excitement of a festival to create one big, long, food festival, where visitors can enjoy the fantastic range of cuisine and culture in a social and fun environment.

Food and drink

Many of London’s top street food vendors including food from all different cultures will be available in the night pop-up market in Perks Field, as well as other delicious dishes from the city’s best restaurants if a sit down meal is more your scene.

The World Class Craftbar and Bulleit Bourbon Woody Trailer will be serving traditional cocktails and other alcoholic beverages, and visitors will also have the opportunity to take advantage of the various cocktail master classes on offer. Cafe Murano will be offering up how to make the perfect aperol spritz and bellini with plenty of time to perfect before those summer BBQs.

Open air cinema

A selection of movies will be shown with a bag of complimentary popcorn and headphones for each person. Movies this year range from the classics such as, Notting Hill and Pretty Woman to children films, like Toy Story 2 and Tangled and new releases such as The Jungle Book and La La Land; there really is something for everyone so bring your parents, siblings or mates.


You can’t have a festival without some sort of music or entertainment involved and this year, London’s own DJ Norman Jay will open the first night, followed by various other DJs, including Russ Jones, Mr Shiver, Ruby Savage and Cal Jader.

Along with musical entertainment, there will be a number of different events taking place throughout the festival, including a question and answer with Massimo Bottura and a series of pop ups hosted by Angela Hartnett with the help of some guest chefs.

For tickets to any of the days of London Food Month visit