Wembley Park announces free Coronation Celebration

Coronation Celebration

in Wembley Park

Due to inclement weather, Wembley Park's Coronation Celebration has had to finish with the screening at 2:30 to ensure the safety of attendees and performers. Thank you everyone for coming!

Celebrate His Majesty's Coronation with a FREE, fun-filled street party celebration on Saturday 6th May, 10am to 4pm, in Wembley Park, with free live music and performances, special kids' entertainment, street food markets, 'King Charles' selfie moments and, of course, a giant screen showing the Coronation with deck chairs* to enjoy the screening.

*The Wembley Park Coronation Celebration will be free to attend on a first-come, first served basis, up to capacity.

Kids' Entertainment

Keep the little ones entertained in our family zone, with special kids' entertainment acts.

  1. Balloon Artist at International Busking Day 2019 in Wembley Park

    Balloon Artist | 10am to 2:30pm Samovar Space

    Be amazed as our free balloon artist twists and turns a simple balloon into animals, hats, anything!

  2. Face Painting at Wembley Park Coronation Celebration

    Face Painting | 10am to 2:30pm Samovar Space

    Union Jack's galore! Head to our family zone for a free face painting.

  3. Stilt walker at the Wembley Park Coronation Celebration in Wembley Park

    Stilt Walkers | 11am to 2:30pm Roaming

    Stop and say hello to our royally dressed stilt walkers who will be roaming around the celebration.

  4. Playing Cards Magic at Wembley Parks Coronation Celebration

    Magician Dan Alexander | 11am to 2:30pm Roaming

    Be amazed as Magician Dan Alexander pulls out all the tricks with his roaming magic act.

King's Way

To honour His Majesty's Coronation, we're renaming the iconic Olympic Way 'King's Way' throughout the month of May in recognition of His Majesty's accession to the throne. Widely recognized as "Wembley Way" among football and music enthusiasts worldwide, the renowned boulevard was officially renamed 'Olympic Way' in 1948 by Minister of Transport Alfred Barnes MP during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, also known as “the Austerity Games”, hosted in Wembley that year.


Excited? So are we! Whilst we eagerly await the Coronation Celebration, why not check out some past free events in held Wembley Park. Make sure you follow us on socials @wembleyparkldn

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