A one day festival in Victoria Park, fit for a king (or queen)
To the Citadel! Yes, there aren't many festivals where you can use that line and have it make sense, but this is one of them. Victoria park's funfest is coming at you like a fly to a particularly delicious poo, but unlike poo, it's packed with lovely music, with indie, rock, pop and more all on the menu. Speaking of menus, there's also Grand Dining and Sunday Feasts for foodies to enjoy. In fact, the festival has just about everything you could possibly want, except Queen Victoria herself. But as she was not amused, she'd probably be a right sourpuss at a festival.
You should have a go at the Giant Jenga and Twister games. If that doesn't sound like fun to you, you've no right to go to a festival.
How do I get there?
Citadel is taking place at Victoria Park in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in East London. Please enter the park at Crown Gate at the junction of Old Ford Road and Grove Road and follow the signs for the festival.
Address: Crown Gate, Victoria Park, Grove Road, Bow, London E3 5TB
Parking: There is no car parking at Victoria Park or in the immediate vicinity. Please use public transport to make your way to Citadel.
Tube: The nearest tube stations to Victoria Park and standard approximate travel times are:
• Mile End (District & Central Lines) 13 mins
• Bethnal Green (Central Line) 15 mins
• Bow Road (District Line) 20 mins
• Bow Church (DLR) 23 mins
• Stratford (Jubilee Line) 49 mins
Overground: The nearest overground stations to Victoria Park and standard approximate travel times are:
• Cambridge Heath (12 mins)
• Hackney Wick (18 mins)
• Bethnal Green (20 mins)
• Homerton (24 mins)
Bus: London Bus routes that pass close to Victoria Park are: 8, 309, 339, 388, D3, D6, S2
Please check tfl.gov.uk to obtain the latest travel updates to avoid any delay to your journey.
Children Under 12: £5.00
When can I get them?
Tickets on sale now
Where can I get them?
Tickets available from the website