Posted May 26, 2010 by BookingBuddy
Summer is in full swing this month! The sun is out, so grab some juicy strawberries and cream, and enjoy the parks and gardens bursting with cheerful blooms. There are lots of events going on this month, and most of them are held outdoors, in order to take advantage of the glorious sunshine. Read on and see if you’ll be at any of these.
June 4th – Jul 26th – Free Range, Brick Lane, London
The year marks the 10th anniversary of this annual art and design exhibition. Free Range aims to showcase work by the freshest graduates from art and design schools around London. The show features a revolving exhibition, with new work being shown each week for eight weeks.
June 5th – Derby Day, Epsom, Surrey
One of the most famous races of the summer, the Derby is held among the lush rolling hills of Epsom. It’s a great opportunity to dress up and wear big, floral hats. Put your best foot forward and mingle with other race-goers, and indulge in a glass of champagne while cheering on your favourites.
June 11th – 13th – Download Festival, Derby
This festival may be your only chance to catch a glimpse of Goths in daylight. The acts playing are predominantly metal, punk and rock bands, so be prepared for lots of black-clad fans throwing the horns. This year’s line-up includes classic bands like Rage Against The Machine, AC/DC and Motorhead.
June 26th – 27th – Biggin Hill Air Fair, Biggin Hill Airport
This annual air show is one of the largest of its kind in Europe, and attracts both plane-spotters and day-trippers alike. Pack a picnic and some sunglasses, and spend the day gazing up at the various planes circling overhead. There will be a wide range of aircraft on display, many of them historic models such as Spitfires.
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