Feria de Londres 2023

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Feria de Londres 2023 

Come join me this weekend on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th of July 2023! Feria de Londres have some great activities planned, so don’t miss out. This is your chance to come have a good time and have a authentically Spanish experience.

Feria de Londres

About the festival 

Feria de Londres, the highly-anticipated Spanish festival, will be back for a second year on the 29th and 30th of July in an all-new venue - Wembley Park in London's booming neighbourhood.

It is the sister festival of the original Feria, which takes place annually in its home town - Seville, Spain. 

The free two-day event in London will transport its guests to Andalusia with its authentic culture and carnival atmosphere. From dancing classes to games for kids, there'll be plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy, not to mention a wonderful selection of Spanish food stalls. 

This year, Feria de Londres will also host special ticketed evening events with performances from musicians and flamenco dancers.


Wembley Park

Wembley Park is situated in North West London, and it is an iconic part of the city. This much-loved area of the capital has many attractions to offer, such as a fascinating stadium, as well as plenty of excellent restaurants and stores.

Wembley Park, located in Northwest London, is a remarkable area that has something for everyone. Most popular for major league football and popular music concerts held at the Wembley stadium. 

Wembley has an array of other activities and attractions, ranging from art galleries and museums to entertainment venues. Children's parks and restaurants of all cuisines for all ages and occasions. Every type of person can find something to do here in Wembley. 

Wembley Park is a major transformation of the area surrounding the National Stadium. t
Transforming it into an exciting new district within London. 

Home to many businesses, shops and places to play and relax, this culturally-important place has cemented its status as a globally recognised destination. Whilst still embodying the true spirit of its beloved local community.

The food

Guests of the festival will be spoilt for choice with a delicious variety of food, including traditional Paellas, Tortilla de Patatas and Pinchos. Tapas delights such as Churros, Jamon Ibérico and Croquetas will also be on offer, as well as refreshments like the iconic Rebujito cocktail from Andalusia and a selection of cold Cerveza Victoria from Malaga.

Getting to Wembley Park and Feria de Londres 

To reach Wembley Park, take the Tube or London bus. Both provide easy access to the park. You can take the Metropolitan or jubilee line on the Tube, and there are a variety of buses that stop here. 

My experience 

I spent most of my time at the Feria events pad site. Which was in my opinion the livelier location of the two. With a large live music stage. Standing tables, plus a few seats closer to the stage

Taking place over the last weekend in July it really impressed me. It's a perfect free to attend summer festival for families with kids. 

I attended with my husband and kids. One a teenager. The other aged 5 and we all enjoyed the festival. Thanks to the huge Park directly behind the events stage that kept our 5 year old happy. 


Feria is great for couples and the perfect event for solo attendees too. Everyone is so friendly and it wasn't a rowdy crowd. I would have felt very comfortable attending on my own. 

Feria de Londres is also a pet friendly environment. Upon arrival I joined in a Flamenco dance session with some beautifully dressed Flamenco dancers. Next stop was for some tasty churros with all the sugar. Cinnamon and molten chocolate you could ask for! 

Then we were treated to some live music on the main stage before dinner, which was a chicken paella from casa de pollo. Washed down with some sangria from the bar. Multiple food stalls provided traditional Spanish food options for all diets. With vegan. Vegetarian beef. Pork and sea food choices. 

With live renditions of traditional and popular music hits from different Latin regions. To include Cuba, Brazil and more. 

After a great day out, we bought some beef and potato empanadas to go and headed back home. Feria de Londres was the perfect Spanish send off for my upcoming mini break to Seville! 
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Market Square (Free stage) 

As soon as you arrive at Wembley Park station, you'll be greeted by Market Square – a free entry area. Here, you will be spoilt for choice with delicious food served by the selection of Spanish traders for Feria de Londres. 

A sherry bar hosts tasting sessions throughout the weekend. Ready for a show? Then make sure to swing by the Free Stage for live music and dance performances, influenced by tablao flamenco.

Come to Market Square and enjoy the free stage. The stage is open every day with an array of events and performances. On the stage, you can see singers, bands, plays, poets, dancers, shows-everything! There's something for everyone at the free stage in Market Square.

Market Square should be the first stop on your visit, full of eateries, watering holes and a live stage boasting a stimulating line-up featuring Rebeca Ortega and Lourdes Fernandez in flamenco dancing, plus Jose Moneo from Jerez singing serenades.

Market Square Programme (Sunday) 

After some rumbas to kick off day two at Feria de Londres the lineup begins at 2.30pm with Elena Machin Trio. 

Spanish singer Elena Machín plays an acoustic set of Spanish & Latin American classics

3.30pm - DJ Diego Duende - Feria

DJ Duende plays a Feria mix and Spanish hits

4.30pm - Lourdes Fernandez presents 'Raices'

Lourdes Fernandez presents her project 'Raices' Flamenco show

6.30pm - Ramón Ruiz 

A special flamenco show presented by guitarist Ramón Ruiz & special guests:

Rebeca Ortega (dancer) from Seville and José Moneo (singer) from Jerez

7.30pm - DJ Diego Duende ends the market square party in style. 


Events Pad (Feria Stage) 

This area of Market Square is just a two-minute walk away and open from 12pm - 11pm. Visitors can enjoy an eclectic mix of live music, dance shows, food stalls selling delicious tapas. Plus a bar with a welcomed bias towards Spanish drink brands to quench their thirst. This area is ticketed after a certain time.

At the Feria Stage, guests are invited to take part in live music, dancing and workshops with Emilio Serrano, Ilusion Flamenca & Escuela de Baile. An evening ticket will be necessary for performances from Tomasito – flamenco dancer, singer and rapper – Muchachito, singer and guitarist; and Rumbakana rumba band of Barcelona.

The events Pad Feria Stage is committed to bringing the best possible events experience for all of their customers. At Events Pad (Feria Stage), staff strive to make sure that every one of their clients receive the top-notch service they deserve. 


Feria Stage Programme (Sunday) 

Sunday at the Feria Stage begins at 1pm with Radio Revolucíon

Singer-songwriter Jurgi Ibarretxe presents his lively Cumbia-ska project to kick-start the day

2.30pm - Escuela de Baile presents Flamenco y Bulerias

One of London's biggest flamenco schools presents a flamenco show with special guests + workshop

3.45pm - Emilio Serrano 'Rumbas y Sevillanas'

Direct from Madrid, Emilio Serrano presents an exciting workshop on rumbas y sevillanas

5pm - Yuri Betancourt Band

'Rock en español' Classic Spanish & Latin rock tunes by La Union, Los Rodriguez, El Ultimo de la Fila and more! 

6pm sees the beginning of a ticket only concert - Get wristbands for the Evening Show. 

6.30pm - Rumbakana

Direct from Barcelona, Rumbakana are an explosion of colour and rhythm and one of the most exciting rumba catalana bands. Their latest release features Manu Chao on the song 'Dejame'.

8pm - Tomasito

Tomás Moreno Romero, better known as Tomasito, is a Spanish flamenco dancer, singer and rapper born in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. His music style is a very personal mixture of flamenco, pop, rock, hip hop, funky, and other rhythms.

Last but not least Dj Diego Duende keeps the party going til 11pm after an eventful weekend at Feria de Londres. 

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