Spanish festival Feria de Londres is making a return to London – South London News

If you want to learn how to dance in the flamenco style and try some delicious traditional food and drinks, this Spanish carnival is for you.

Feria de Londres, one of the biggest Spanish festivals in the UK, is making a return to London on July 29 and 30.

This year it celebrates its 6th anniversary by moving to a new location, Wembley Park in Olympic Way, Wembley.

The free two-day festival will transform the space by bringing a taste of Andalusian culture and colourful carnival spirit to the area.

The weekend will be jam-packed with entertainment – from dancing workshops and family friendly activities to authentic Spanish food and drink stalls.

New for 2023, and in addition to the free festival space, a ticketed events space will be open each evening with performances from musicians, flamenco dancers and more.

Food stalls will serve delicious food throughout the festival and guests can tuck into classics such as paellas, Tortilla de Patatas and pinchos, as well as authentic churros, jamon Ibérico, and croquetas.

Bars will be serving Rebujito, a favourite cocktail in Andalusia’s ferias and chilled Cerveza Victoria from Malaga.

Feria de Londres will feature three key areas, two of which are free to enter:

Market Square with food traders and staff and a free stage hosting an programme of entertainment.

Arena Square will be an interactive space, with dance classes including – how to dance

Sevillana and Rumba workshops as well as family activities and DJ entertainment.

The Feria Stage will be the only ticketed area, offering a programme of live music and dance.

Tickets can be purchased in advance and the arena will be open from 4pm – 11pm.

With its broad range of activities and entertainment, Feria de Londres has something for everyone.



Picture: Flamenco dancer Rebeca Ortega, who will be performing at this year’s festival Picture: Feria de Londres


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