The Park is a sensational events destination, hosting music festivals, concerts, corporate conferences, community markets and numerous individual meetings and company events. In only its first year of operation, the Park earned a nomination in Time Out’s London First Awards in recognition of its contribution to the city’s cultural life. All this against its background as host of the once-in-a-generation London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
With its excellent transport connections and prime location in the heart of a vibrant and growing community, the Park is an easily accessible space in a thriving part of East London.
Stage an outdoor event:
Worldclass venues and city landmarksapple provide a stunning backdrop for any outdoor event on the Park. Our outdoor event spaces, which are all licensed for a wide range of activities, include:
(North East Lawns - approx 5,000m2, up to 1,500 people). Named after King Alfred (commemorating one of his battle victories) the lawn is located on the banks of the River Lea. The tranquil setting, backdrop of the river and sunsets makes it an ideal venue for local community and corporate events.
(North West Lawns - approx 12,000m2, up to approx 20,000 people). An open, flat events space ideally suited to music and large scale events.
Mandeville Place and Carpenters Lock (up to 500 people).
At the heart of the Park these spaces are well suited to attractions requiring high footfall as well as intimate events, such as product launches and theatrical performances.
South Lawn (approx 25,000m2, up to approx 20,000 people). The backdrop of the Stadium and London Aquatics Centre and proximity to Stratford stations make this the ideal venue for musical, mass participation and corporate events.
Stratford Waterfront (approx 19,000m2, up to 19,999).
On the main entrance to the Park this event space is particularly well suited to longer term hires looking for high footfall.
Venues and attractions
Many of the world-class sports venues and attractions across the Park offer space for event and corporate use – from the viewing platform of the ArcelorMittal Orbit and the gallery spaces of the White Building to the Copper Box Arena and the 1,000 seat Here East auditorium.
To check availability and approximate hire fees or to make an enquiry regarding outdoor events please contact the Events Team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know brief details of the event, your preferred dates and event space and how many people will be attending.
Should you wish to proceed we will be very pleased to discuss and assess your detailed requirements to allow a firm hire quotation to be calculated for you.
ArcelorMittal Orbit & the Podium (for 50 to 250 people). A creative collaboration between artist Sir Anish Kapoor, and Cecil Balmond the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the tallest sculpture in the UK and an intriguing new landmark on the London skyline. At 114.5m tall, it is both a work of art and a thrilling public experience making it the perfect venue for a wide range of corporate and social events within its two viewing platforms, which also incorporate two of Anish Kapoor mirror installations for more dramatic effect.
The Podium is situated at the foot of the ArcelorMittal Orbit and is flanked by the Zaha Hadid designed London Aquatics Centre and Olympic Stadium on the other. It has a ground floor and upper tier hospitality spaces with viewing terraces offering unparalleled views of the Park and its iconic venues. To enquire about bookings in either the ArcelorMittal Orbit or the Podium please call 0333 600 6099 or email email@example.com
Copper Box Arena (for 20 to 7,500 people). One of London’s most flexible indoor venues, with a central auditorium including retractable seating, allowing for a wide range of different sports, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. Also includes provision of smaller studio spaces for intimate events. To enquire about bookings please contact Reception & Enquiries Tel: 020 8221 4900
Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre (for 20 to 1,500 people). The centre boasts indoor facilities for a wide range of occasions. To enquire about bookings please contact Natasha Banks at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Valley VeloPark (for 20 to 6,700 people). Lee Valley VeloPark is the first place in the world where you can enjoy track cycling, road racing, BMX or mountain biking, in one place. The venue is also ideal for a wide range of social and business occasions providing a stunning backdrop for any event. To enquire about bookings please contact Velo-Corporate@leevalleypark.org.uk
London Aquatics Centre (for 20 to 2,500 people). Designed by architect Zaha Hadid, this venue provided the breathtaking backdrop to countless world records and Ellie Simmonds’ dramatic swim into the history books. The venue also accommodates the London Aquatics Centre events space which offers a truly unique space overlooking the competition and diving pools which is perfect for private functions. To enquire about bookings, please contact email@example.com
London Stadium (10 to 60,000 people). From 2016 the Stadium becomes the new home of West Ham United FC and UK Athletics, as well as a major live music venue. It will be open all year round for visitor tours, arts and cultural events, conferences and other sporting activities. To enquire about bookings please contact the Events Team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Timber Lodge Café (for 10 to 150 people). Brilliantly designed to blend into the natural landscape and produce its own green energy from solar panels. Inside, the Unity Kitchen Café offers all the facilities and refreshments you need on a day out at the Park ideal for smaller scale events. To enquire about bookings please Kaliopi Carras on 020 7241 9076 or email@example.com
Please note that LLDC reserves the right to refuse consent for any hire that may be considered to be controversial or could harm the reputation of the Corporation.
Please note that during pre-election periods, no political hires will be taken. In the lead up to this period, extra sensitivity will be applied to ensure political neutrality is maintained. The decision to refuse consent will be made by the Executive Director of Park Operations and Venues, with any appeals going to the Chief Executive.