Summer might be in full swing however, the month of July is ready to get even hotter. July welcomes the coming of many big events, festivals and pops-ups. Check out these remarkable, big 5 events in London this July.
Queens House 400th Year Anniversary and Re-Opening
Queens House closed for refurbishment on 27th of July last year, and is reopening for its 400th centenary on the 4th if July 2016. The collection of art of the Royal Museums Greenwich is exhibited in what was previously Charles I’s Queen’s Summer Villa, Henrietta Maria. Finished by Inigo Jones in 1638, this has impressive interior decoration as the murals and the remarkable 1635 marble floor. The art collections consist of portraits of renowned maritime figures as well as masterpieces by Gainsborough and Hogarth and some wartime art from twentieth century and Captain Cooks explorations exotic pictures.
Georgia O’ Keeffe was a renowned flower painter, landscape painter, and renowned feminist artist. What is more, she is also considered one of the most renowned and accessible artists today – her masterpieces being amongst the most extensively reproduced of many 20th century artists. It is possible because of the past that Georgia has experienced critically more than decades; straitjacketed in classification which just partly explain her impact, she struggles to get a presence in modern history.
More about visiting her museum can be found on the website here.
Chase and Status, Calvin Harris, Boy Better Know and J Cole and many others are lined up to play Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park this coming July. If you are one of the many individual extremely excited by the lineup the moment it was presented, get your tickets now! Aside from the big headliners, there is a host of other great artists including Miguel, Future and Anderson Paak.
Good news to all Star Wars fanatics because the big celebration of fantastic movies by George Lucas will be happening in London. For 3 days, Excel Centre will be overflowing with costumes, exhibits, a collaborative show floor, panel discussions, screenings and so much more. Fans could get autographs from Star Wars cast members, get exclusive memorabilia as well as meet other fanatics through registering for regional, unofficial as well as worldwide fan clubs.
Consistently, Lovebox is considered one of the best and finest festivals that are celebrated in London, providing for cool children as well as partly monsters. This festival is filled with fun. Lovebox is London’s highlights of London’s summer, cheer to a genre-blurring line up of Disc Jockey electronic acts as well as live bands and sorts of strange on side performance, dance and art and lots of parties as well.
This year celebration will be livelier and different, as of the comeback or James Murphy’s boundary trampling dance crew LCD sound system. They will be attending to play their lone London set on Saturday evening at Lovebox. Friday headliners take account of Major Lazer. Crack will be the opening artists and for sure you will not be disappointed.
More information and tickets are available via the website.