Ealing Summer Festivals

Carnival, comedy & music in the park

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Seven separate events taking place in the borough throughout June and July


Set in some of the borough’s stunning and idyllic parks and green spaces, Ealing Summer Festivals bring people together in a collective appreciation of exceptional local and international talent across a range of artistic disciplines. Spread over 6 events, the programme includes: Greenford Carnival, Ealing Beer Festival, Acton Carnival, Ealing Comedy Festival, Ealing Blues Festival and Ealing Jazz Festival.

Lineup & Dates


30th June 2018
Greenford Carnival

Entry: Free - [CLICK FOR MORE]
Venue: Ravenor Park, UB6

Signalling the start of the Ealing Summer Festivals season, come and revel in Greenford’s community spirit with a family-friendly extravaganza of dance, food, music and plenty more. From the funfair to live music, sports, arts, crafts and a whole spectrum of activities to take part in, there’s something for everyone.

11th – 14th July 2018
Ealing Beer Festival

Entry: £3 to CAMRA members, £5 for non-members including a glass (£3 refund if returned intact when you leave) // Packages: : £5 admission + £3 glass deposit + £10 beer card = £18 or £16 CAMRA members (upon presentation of a CAMRA membership card) - [CLICK FOR MORE]
Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Run by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale), the Ealing Beer Festival takes place over four days, featuring more than 300 varieties of real ale from all over the country, including a vast and delicious selection from innovative microbreweries as well as top quality wines and spirits.

14th July 2018
Acton Carnival

Entry: £2 per person / £5 family tickets (2 adults and up to 3 children) / Children aged 12 and under are free - [CLICK FOR MORE]
Venue: Acton Park, W3

A vibrant celebration of culture and community taking place in the heart of Acton. Beginning with a procession down the main high street, Acton Park will come alive with the sights, sounds and smells of carnival. It’s YOUR carnival, so be a part of it.

19th – 20th & 25th – 27th July 2018
Ealing Comedy Festival (Thursday 19th July)

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Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Milton Jones // Reginald D Hunter // Paul Zerdin // Arthur Smith (MC)

Ealing Comedy Festival (Friday 20th July)

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Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Nish Kumar // Tom Stade // Shappi Khorsandi // Felicity Ward

Ealing Comedy Festival (Wednesday July 25th)

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Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Josh Widdicombe // Jake Lambert // Phil Jerrod // Joanne McNally (MC)

Ealing Comedy Festival (Thursday July 26 - Gala Night 1)

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Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Jo Caulfield // Ricky Grover // Simon Brodkin // Lucy Porter // Paul Tonkinson // Ian Stone // Nathan Caton // Mark Maier // Scott Capurro // Jo Enright // Jeff Innocent // Stephen K Amos (MC)

Ealing Comedy Festival (Friday July 27th - Gala Night 2)

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Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Paul Sinha // Richard Morton // Ninia Benjamin // Phil Nichol // Mark Hurst // Geoff Boyz // Men In Coats // Steve Best // Simon Fox // Steve Rawlings // Paul Thorne // Stephen K Amos (MC)

21st – 22nd July 2018
Ealing Blues Festival (Saturday 21st July)

Advance tickets: £5 + booking fees for the day and £10 for the weekend // Tickets on the day: £7 before 3pm and £10 thereafter, or £12 for the weekend // Children aged 12 and under can attend for free - [CLICK FOR LINEUP]
Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Hayseed Dixie // La Vendore Rogue // The Karena K. Band // Never The Bride // Blues Is Truth // Perfect Blue Sky // Richard Townend & The Mighty Bosscats // JFK Blue // Born Of The Sun // Jump 66 // Great West Groove // Little Steam // Carmen Carr // The Right Reverend Swifty LeZarre // The Ealing Blues Bar Stage Jam Session

Ealing Blues Festival (Sunday 22nd July)

Advance tickets: £5 + booking fees for the day and £10 for the weekend // Tickets on the day: £7 before 3pm and £10 thereafter, or £12 for the weekend // Children aged 12 and under can attend for free - [CLICK FOR LINEUP]
Venue: Walpole Park, W5

The Counterfeit Stones // Kitty, Daisy & Lewis // Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion // Du Bellows feat. Jade Danielle Williams // Robert Hokum’s Ealing Blues All Stars // The Underground Vault // The Delta Ladies // The Rumblestrutters // Gary Fletcher Band // Honey B. Mama Band // King Buster Blues // Sam Willoughby // Gary 'Slide Guy' Smith // Beer O'Clock // Doctor Slideshow

28th – 29th July 2018
Ealing Jazz Festival (Saturday 28th July)

Advance tickets: £5 + booking fees for the day and £10 for the weekend // Tickets on the day: £7 before 3pm and £10 thereafter, or £12 for the weekend // Children aged 12 and under can attend for free - [CLICK FOR LINEUP]
Venue: Walpole Park, W5

Tony Allen // Vels Trio // Zara McFarlane // Armed KwaLu // Keith Waithe & the Macusi Players // Andrew McKay Quartet // Emily Francis Trio // Dat Brass // Tantz // Let Drum Beat // Questors Young Musican Club Jazz Band // Stephen Gray // Kate De Freitas & the Babacools // Jenni & Richard

Ealing Jazz Festival (Sunday 29th July)

Advance tickets: £5 + booking fees for the day and £10 for the weekend // Tickets on the day: £7 before 3pm and £10 thereafter, or £12 for the weekend // Children aged 12 and under can attend for free - [CLICK FOR LINEUP]
Venue: Walpole Park, W5

The Big Chris Barber Band // Nérija // Gwyneth Herbert // TriForce // Norma Winstone // Emily Saunders // Harry Bolt Quartet // Maurizio Grondona Quartet // Vasilis Xenopoulos-Nigel Price Quintet // The Beat Goes On // Tomorrow’s Warriors Female Frontline // Andy Twyman // Blues Dharma // Danzon

18th - 19th August 2017
Zee London Mela [1:00pm – 9:00pm]

Entry: Free - [CLICK FOR MORE]
Venue: Southall Park, UB1

Now in its 16th year, the London Mela has become a highlight of London’s festival diary. This artistically-led celebration of Asian culture features two days of international and British Asian artists, complemented by a mouth watering Tastes of Asia food market and Magic Mela area for children and their adults. What better way to celebrate the Mela’s move to Southall – the home of Bhangra – than to feature its very own Sounds of Southall on this year’s main stage. They will be joined in the line-up by legends of music including Apache Indian, Attaullah Khan, Panjabi Hit Squad and many more. The show ends with a spectacular finale – BHANG! featuring Dhol Academy and Walk the Plank. Open to all, this free fun festival is suitable for the whole family to enjoy. Don’t miss it! Register for updates at www.londonmela.org

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    • £20-£25 + Booking Fee

    • Ealing Comedy Festival

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    • Ealing Jazz Festival

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News


Ealing Summer| News

Reginald D Hunter, Nish Kumar and Stephen K Amos also join us for the landmark occasion.

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Ealing Summer| News

Zara McFarlane, Vels Trio, Nérija and many more join Tony Allen on the lineup.

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Ealing Summer| News

The Counterfeit Stones, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis and many more join Hayseed Dixie on the lineup.

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