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Revel at the Thames Festival for things to do in London
Published: Wednesday 18th of August 2010
Make a trip to London attractions such as the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs for a day of family fun.
Visitors can now plan their visit in tandem with the upcoming Thames Festival that is bound to have something to do for people of all ages.
Hosted between the Westminster and Tower Bridge, the annual extravaganza includes a night carnival and culminates into a spectacular display of fireworks.
Revellers can indulge their taste buds while browsing through a wide range of art and handicrafts at the Festival Market.
Ska Cubano, Poppy & Friends, Saravah Soul and Son of Dave are some of the artistes who will be taking churning out tunes on the Festival Freedom Stage. An eclectic mix of nu-age soul, jazz and punk will collide to offer music which knows no bounds and is not contained by categories, claimed the organisers.
Ahead of the Thames Festival, London is prepping up for the Notting Hill Carnival which will see travellers and Londoners party on the streets.
Discover more for less with a London sightseeing pass.
Posted by Michael Edwards
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