September is one of the most liveliest months in London as the city comes alive with a wide range of excellent music, festival, and architecture festivals to welcome the autumn season. Most of these events are free, which means that you can enjoy them to the maximum without spending a penny.
The weather in the city in the month of September is usually warm since it is the last few weeks of the summer. Therefore, it is the ideal time to go on London walking tours in September. If you are planning to go on a London old city tour this time of the year, then below a few events that you should not miss while you are in the city.
Totally Thames Festival
The famous Totally Thames Festival will be returning to the banks of Thames River this September. The Totally Thames Festival, which is the annual celebration of the river, will be celebrated with community events, festivals, river races, regattas, environmental and foreshore archaeology activities, etc. It is expected that the celebrations will be much bigger than the preceded years and it will be an absolute treat for tourists on a London old city tour.
Open House London
The annual Open House London weekend offers tourists and residents an opportunity to explore behind the closed doors of some of the most popular attractions in the city for free. In addition to that, you can also check out some of the mysterious secret venues in the city. If you are a person who loves to visit unexplored or less known places, then the annual Open House London weekend will be a blessing to you.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
One of the most talented Australian musician, singer, songwriter, Nick Cave will be there in the city of London with The Bad Seeds to perform “The Ship Song” and “Into My Arms”. Additionally, they will be also treating music lovers with a few new tracks from their latest project “Skeleton Tree”. The band hasn’t played in London since the year 2014 and they will be in the city only for a one-day performance that is on September 30, 2017. So, you can expect quite a crowd at the venue.
Apart from these three events, you should also make time to visit the Mail Rail in the city before you conclude your London old city tour. Have a great time!