The new neighbourhood is already home to The OVO Arena Wembley, Wembley, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre and Wembley Stadium, cementing its global reputation for music and sporting events and a destination with culture, entertainment, and community at its heart.
Visitors can enjoy a dedicated Kids’ Zone on Wembley Park’s Arena Square with free face painting, balloon artists and circus skills workshops with Tish Circus Skills everyone can get involved learning basic skills such as spinning plates, stilt walking, pogo sticks, tightrope and juggling.
The Circle Stage on Olympic Way is offering magic acts, comedy shows, extreme jugglers and sisters Tianna and Lea, the stunt sister duo.
The Bridge, a family-friendly party, will be held at the Undercroft. A full day workshop with dancing, DJs, art and graffiti writers. Dance offs, murals coming to life and loads of opportunities for kids to get hands on are just some of the must-do and must-see attractions.
Little Stars Circus on the Circus Stage is an ariel dance company with professionals and children as young as four showing off their stunts.
There are plenty of musical acts for all the family including headliners, The Shires, who performed at Glastonbury, and support acts Seth Lakeman and The Dunwells. Wembley Park Academy will also be displaying an array of local talent.
No one will be left feeling peckish with some 60 places to eat, including BOXPARK Wembley, Pasta Remoli and high-street favourites like Nandos and Pizza Express at London Designer Out.
All just 12 minutes from central London via tube (step free access at Wembley Park station) with 3,000 secure parking spaces also available. For more information and full line up, visit https://wembleypark.com/