A season of events inspired by the magic of London 2012

This Summer at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is truly set to be one to remember, with a jam-packed programme to celebrate 10 years since the spotlight was shone on London for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.  

Join us as we mark 10 amazing years since Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park took centre stage, with live music, sporting events, community events, and much more.  

Remember some of the most iconic moments of London 2012 at Lee Valley VeloPark which hosts a free exhibition telling the legacy story of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, including 2012 medals and torches on loan from the National Paralympic Heritage Centre.  

Experience incredible performances from your favourite artists at the London Arena, from ABBA Voyage, to headliners  the Red Hot Chili Peppers in June.   

Find out more about our 10th anniversary and how you can get involved

This year will also see our biggest ever Great Get Together event in July where we invite you to join us for an exciting day of music, family-fun activities and food stalls. Register your interest.

Following the Great Get Together, the Park will host a smaller scale Festival Site through the summer – ‘Celebrating 10 Years’ Festival Site - from Sunday 24 July through to Monday 8 August, which will offer a mix of screen and stage entertainment in the north of the Park.  

Expect live-music, movies, mass karaoke and for some added nostalgia, footage of Team GB and Paralympics GB winning gold at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

Not only is there a big screen, there are lots of fun activities including fitness workshops, table tennis, a giant treadmill, live performances from UK Skiffle-Pop band Thrill Collins, other great bands and live DJs. Register your interest.

July and August will see Lee Valley VeloPark host the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games track cycling, becoming the world’s first sports arena to host competitions for Olympic, Paralympic, World Championship and Commonwealth events.  Footage of the cycling will be shown on the screen at the ‘Celebrating 10 Years’ Festival Site.  

Then in September, finishing of an incredible season – Beautiful People - the world's friendliest party is all about bringing people together under a shared love of music and the summer sun.  

Watch and share the stories of the people and places that make the Park what it is today.  


Carnival Dancers at Great Get Together

Spring/Summer Events

  • 13 April - 30 December - Lee Valley VeloPark 

    This new exhibition highlights the sporting, economic and wellbeing opportunities generated by the Games, the journey of the Paralympics movement and the remarkable changes to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
    Visitors can take a selfie with the much-loved London 2012 Mascot, Wenlock, re-live the glory of Team GB and ParalympicsGB triumphs, see medals, the Olympic and Paralympic torches, and part of the Olympic cauldron. 
    The exhibition takes visitors on a journey from that wonderful summer of sport in 2012 through all the extraordinary achievements since then, and focuses on what is to come in terms or sport, housing, jobs and opportunities for communities. It overlooks the track at Lee Valley VeloPark track where, in 2012, Great Britain dominated, winning more medals in track cycling than any other country.
    The Exhibition is free to enter and is open between 9am - 6pm everyday. 


  •  27 May - December - Pudding Mill

    ABBA, one of the most successful pop groups of all time, have announced that, for the first time in 40 years they are back, with a revolutionary new concert that will see Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid performing digitally with a live 10-piece band, in the purpose-built arena on the Park.

    Join us and catch this stunning concert as it makes its debut, right here on the Park.

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  • 3 September

    Beautiful People is a London music festival held in the capital, each year showcasing a vibrant day of all things house, soul, R&B, garage and disco.
    Billed as "the world's friendliest party", Beautiful People is all about bringing people together under a shared love of music and the summer sun.


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  • 29 July - 1 August - Lee Valley VeloPark

    The Commonwealth games is coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with Track Cycling!

    Taking place in the Velodrome at Lee Valley VeloPark, the best cyclists and para-cyclists within the Commonwealth Nation will compete in the Sprint/Para - Sport Tandem Sprint, Time Trial and Individual Pursuit, to be come Commonwealth champions. 

    It's expected to be an action packed four days as spectators will see cyclists and para-cyclists to reach eye-watering speeds in this energetic display of timing, precision and highly-refined technique. 

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  • 5 June - Copper Box Arena 

    See the best of the best go head-to-head as the Vitality Netball Superleague 2022 season concludes at the Copper Box Arena, London with the third-place play-off and Grand Final. Who will be crowned champions?

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  • 18 June - London Stadium 
    Rev up your engines as a larger-than-life sporting experience. Monster Jam® heads to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at the London Stadium for the first time. 
    Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the adrenaline-charged, interactive experience for the whole family features world-class athletes locked in intense competitions of speed and skill. 
    This year's Monster Jam event features skilled athletes, including 12-time Monster Jam World Finals® champion Tom Meents, fighting for the event championship. 
    If the competitions aren't enough, there will be a Monster Jam' Pit Party' from 11:30am – 1:00pm, the only place that allows up-close access to the Monster Jam teams.
    Tickets are bound to sell out fast, so book yours today and don't miss out!

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  • 25 - 26 June - London Stadium 
    The Red Hot Chili Peppers are coming to the Park, with a two night performance at the London Stadium next summer as a part of their 2022 UK Stadium Tour!
    The tour kicking off in Estadio La Cartuja in Seville, Spain will stop in London, Paris, Dublin, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and many more before wrapping up in Arlington at Globe Life Field on September 18th.
    It’s expected to be an epic show with special guests Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals and Thundercat playing on the night.


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  • 2 - 3 July - Copper Box Arena 
    The Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS) is returning to the Copper Box Arena for the next major. 
    The Copper Box Arena and RLCS have a lot of shared history with the Season 5 world championships taking place there. Justin “Jstn” Morales’ scored a zero second equalizer at the grand finals in Season 5, which is considered by many to be the most iconic Rocket League esports moment of all time.
    Its expected to be an action packed two days.


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  • 3 - 9 November - Copper Box Arena  
    We can’t wait to welcome the Rugby League World Cup to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park! 
    You have the chance to join us, as we witness the exhilarating sporting action at the Copper Box Arena – one of only two London venues. 
    The Box That Rocks will play host to the England, Australia, Spain and Ireland wheelchair rugby league sides as they compete for glory at this historic and exciting event. This will be the first time the wheelchair competition is included in the RLWC main event, in a breakthrough moment for the sport.  


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  • 12 June - London Stadium
    Soccer Aid is coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park! (And it promises to be the best Soccer Aid yet).
    Usain Bolt makes his return as captain of the Soccer Aid World XI team, competing at the London Stadium ten years on from his gold medal heroics at London 2012.
    One Direction singer Liam Payne will captain the England team. He will be joined by Lucien Laviscount (Emily in Paris) and comedian Alex Brooker.
    Tom Grennan, Chunkz and Martin Compston will lace up their boots once again to play alongside footballing legends Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Fara Williams Joe Cole and Patrice Evra.
    Harry Redknapp, the winning manager of the last three Soccer Aid matches (as manager of the rest of the world) - has switched sides to manage the 3 Lions.  Harry says, “I know England can finally win”.
    And incredibly, as an added bonus, Robbie Williams has agreed to sing his hit single Angels for the first time in a long time.
    This is an unmissable experience and of course, all proceeds go to charity; money raised from this year’s game helps UNICEF provide vaccines, fight malnutrition and provide safety for children.
    Here’s why you won’t want to miss this once in a lifetime experience:
    - Usain Bolt returns to the London Stadium
    - Liam Payne (One Direction) Captains England
    - Arsene Wenger back in the managerial chair
    - Robbie Williams sings Angels at half time (this alone must be worth the ticket price?)
    - Harry Redknapp finally becomes England manager
    - Tom Grennan switches sides to play for England
    - Alex Brooker to become the first disabled person to play for a Soccer Aid team
    - The game will be aired live on ITV.


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  •  23 July - South of the Park

    The Great Get Together is the Flagship Community Event on the Park bringing together music, dance, arts, sports and food for all to enjoy. This year's event is set to the biggest ever as we mark 10 years since the London 2012 and Paralympic Games.

  • 24 June - London Stadium 
    Green Day, Weezer and Fall Out Boy are joining forces for the Hella Mega Tour at London Stadium.
    Veteran rockers Green Day will be leading the line-up. Known for their anthems Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) and Basket Case the band are sure to work up the London Stadium crowd with their extensive repertoire of classics!
    American emo rockers Fall Out Boy and pop-punk band Weezer complete the all-American line-up.

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  • 4 September
    London’s Rave Festival returns for its 5th year, this time at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
    Tranzmission Festival is the ultimate UK rave festival, featuring some of the best in drum and bass, jungle, garage, grime, house, and old-school.
    This is the essential gathering for followers of this music.


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  • 5 June - London Stadium 

    Vanarama is coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer!
    The London Stadium will host the showpiece finale, with a precious place in the EFL on the line this summer.
    The two finalists will collide on Sunday, June 5, kick-off 3pm.
    The season-ending game will of course be broadcast live and exclusively on BT Sport, the National League’s proud long-term partner.



  • 17 March - 15 May - London Stadium
    See West Ham United live in action at the London Stadium.
    The Irons, whose team of international stars will be looking to pick up points in the London derby as they take on the Premier League's top teams.  


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  • 16 - 17 July - Stadium Island
    Ever dreamed about eating the best chicken wings the UK has to offer? Well, here is your chance as London Wing Fest comes to the Park!
    Contestants from across the country will work their culinary magic in a bid to be crowned the King or Queen of the Wing, and you are welcome to come down and indulge!
    So head down to Stadium Island and find the answer to that burning question—who really does the best wing?! 


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