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Ealing Summer Festivals – dates for 2024

An explosion of music, comedy and culture is coming to Walpole Park as Ealing Summer Festivals gets ready for another season of entertainment for everyone to enjoy from 10 July to 4 August. Get the dates in your diaries.

Produced by The Event Umbrella on behalf of Ealing Council, the comedy, blues and jazz festivals are an intrinsic part of the musical and comedic history of the area and bring the great British festival experience to your doorstep.

This year also sees the launch of 2 new areas. There will be a Kids’ Zone at the blues and jazz festivals, which will offer crafts, games and more for under-8s, and a VIP garden – available to ticket holders for a small upgrade fee.

Ealing Comedy Festival

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Ealing Comedy Festival

In partnership with Headliners Comedy
18-19, 25-26 July, Walpole Park
Doors open 6pm. Show starts 7.45pm
TICKETS: From £26. VIP bolt-ons available

Ealing Comedy Festival’s side-splitting line-up of comedy greats includes Dara O’Briain, Stephen K Amos and Kerry Godliman – plus some special guests, including Tik Tok sensation Jeff Innocent.

This year, you can choose to upgrade your tickets from an extra £10, and gain access to a new VIP garden.

Ealing Blues Festival

Ealing Blues Festival
Ealing Blues Festival

27-28 July, Walpole Park
TICKETS: From £7.50. VIP bolt-ons available.

Founded in 1987, the Ealing Blues Festival brings together blues, rock, folk and country music to 2 stages, headlining veterans of the guitar scene alongside the new wave of talent from both sides of the Atlantic.

This year will be no exception with 20 acts appearing and Marshall Records will be launching a new album.

Ealing Jazz Festival

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Ealing Jazz Festival

3-4 August, Walpole Park
TICKETS: From £7.50. VIP bolt-ons available.

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, this festival attracts the best of jazz and world music and is one of London’s longest running jazz events.

YolanDa Brown (OBE) is a 2-time MOBO winner for ‘Best Jazz Artist’ and brings her fusion of reggae, jazz, and soul to the Big Top this year on Saturday 3 August.

On Sunday 4 August, Nubiyan Twist is set to close Ealing Jazz Festival, headlining the Big Top mainstage with their powerful big band sound.

And don’t forget

  • Ealing Beer Festival – 10-13 July. Brought to you by CAMRA.

The largest outdoor London CAMRA beer festival will be returning to Walpole Park for its 33rd year, featuring over 330 cask ales, ciders, perries, craft keg, wines and world beers.

Buy tickets.

  • Acton Carnival – Saturday 13 July. Brought to you by ARTification.

Tickets on Eventbrite: Adults £5 | Children £2.50 Under 11s Free | Family package £12.50 (2 adults and 2 children).

Carnival procession: 10:30am from Crown Street, then Acton Park. Midday-7pm.

Celebrating its 21st year, the carnival will once more host bright and vibrant performances, live music, cultural food and more.

Get involved

You can get noticed at the events by being one of its sponsors. There are a variety of packages and benefits to choose from. Email hello@eventumbrella.com to have a chat.

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