Start Your Summer In London By Celebrating At One Of These Classy Parties

Georgie Darling Georgie Darling

Start Your Summer In London By Celebrating At One Of These Classy Parties

As the summer heats up we need no excuse to celebrate, but we’ve found a few reasons to “cheers!” anyway.

You can’t have a real celebration without a bottle of Moët & Chandon to hand and so it comes to no surprise that they’re celebrating their 150th birthday in style. Taking place across two London spaces, expect weekends full of fun, laughter, good music and a glass of Moët & Chandon in hand.


Festibowl is returning to the capital with two Tower Bridge dates, promising to be bigger, better and bo(w)lder than ever before. If you thought lawn bowls was reserved for country houses and cucumber sandwich-based parties, think again. Festibowls combines a Great British Bowl Off event with the terrifying sounding “Sudden Death bowls” and tournament style play-offs. While you’re there, sip on a complimentary glass of Moët & Chandon while feasting upon street food vendors like Mama’s Jerk, Popdogs, The Bowler, Baggio Burger and Hanok. July 2 – 14. Festibowl Bowling Green, Potters Fields Park, London, SE12AA.

Jin Bo Law

If you’d prefer to (quite literally) step up a notch, head over to Jin Bo Law to celebrate Moët & Chandon’s birthday surrounded by the backdrop of London. Because there’s no better way to kick off rooftop season than with a Moët & Chandon party. Experience the unbeatable views as the sun goes down from one of our favourite skybars with DJs, canapes, fire dancers and (of course) a glass of champagne. For £15, you’ll get a glass of Moët & Chandon Rose, which you can enjoy while listening to the likes of Jayli, Soraya, Daniel & Tarik. There’ll also be canapés, a champagne pyramid at sunset and, if that wasn’t enough, a fire dancer. Saturday, June 29. 14th floor, 9, Dorsett City, Aldgate High St, London EC3N 1AH.

This article was sponsored by Moët & Chandon. 18+ only. Please drink responsibly. For more information, head to Moët & Chandon’s website.

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