We’re tuning up for a summer of great musical events, and The Levin is perfectly placed for those looking to make the most of the summer concerts in London.
© The Royal Parks
British Summer Time at Hyde Park kick off a week-long festival on Friday 30th June with Phil Collins, followed by The Killers and King’s of Leon among the other big names taking to the stage.
There are still some tickets available but if you haven’t got one don’t worry – there’s also a week of outdoor cinema, live Wimbledon screenings, pop up bars, street food, entertainment and more free of charge.
The Levin is just minute’s from Hyde Park, ideal for avoiding the rush for taxis and the tube.
© BBC Proms
For something more sedate, at The Royal Albert Hall, just a 15 minute stroll away, The BBC Proms run from July 14 to September 9; while Cadogan Hall’s mix of jazz and classical evenings are less than 10 minute’s away.
The 2017 Proms season features a collection of international music stars, presenting more than 90 concerts as the world’s most loved Classical music festival continues its founder-conductor Henry Wood’s aim of bringing the best classical music to the widest audience. Concerts this year celebrate the anniversaries of renowned composers as well as showcasing many young musicians. Visit the website for more information on the full range of events on offer including talks, late nights, family friendly concerts and more.