Come and get the summer going at our traffic-free North End Road Summer Festival on Saturday 24 June.
From 10am to 6pm, the road in Fulham will be packed with more than 120 market stalls, as well as live music, family fun and street entertainers.
“Our seasonal North End Road festivals are always hugely popular,” said Cllr Ben Coleman, Deputy Leader of Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
“We’ve got amazing stalls run by small local businesses, delicious street food from around the world and hours of free live music for everyone. Come on down and join us.”
Something for everyone
Whether you’re on the lookout for art, accessories, candles, or vintage clothing, our Summer Festival has got you covered.
From jewellery seller Moonstone Panda, to alpaca wool clothing specialists Suri Shop, florist Designedbybexx and homemade preserves from Winseye Arts & Crafts, there’ll be something unique at every stall.
You can also visit our traditional market traders for all your fruit and veg needs. Plus, street food on offer will include a modern take on fish and chips from Twist and Fry and traditional, crispy Persian treats from Tahdig Lover.
Entertainment for all
Throughout the market there will be three live music stages with performers including Fulham’s very own Lost in London Jazz Ensemble. The ABBA Stars, The Rhythm Studio, DJ Piper and DJ Boots will also be performing.
For younger market visitors there are free workshops, including crown and puppet making, gardening activities, a toddler area and face painting. They can also enjoy Puff, our visiting dragon, the Bubble Wizard and his magical bubbles, Lord and Lady Bloom and some enormous butterflies.
Enhancing your neighbourhood
North End Road’s traffic-free day festivals are part of our work to support H&F’s historic market street.
We’ve recently spent £1.9million jollifying North End Road, making it an even better place to eat and shop. This has included adding planting, installing new seating, levelling the paving stones, and mounting colourful lamppost banners.
Pedestrianised festivals are a great way to explore local high streets and help visitors discover independent sellers. Just check out the recent photos from Wandsworth Bridge Road’s street fayre last month.
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