5 Smashing Summer Parties Worth Putting In Your Diaries

Summer Parties

You love summer. You love parties. So we’re pretty confident that you’re going to love these summer parties.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that sun-drenched evenings and summer parties go hand in hand. With that in mind, here are the best ones you need to look out for!

1. The House of Whisky

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The very best parties are held in elegant locations, with suave drinks to match. This is exactly what you’ll get at the House of Whisky, a night which will bring fine Scotch to whisky novices and veterans alike. It’s being held at TRAMP, the legendary member’s club in central London, which is a suitably classy spot for this soiree. Five of Scotland’s best distilleries are sending along a tipple, and you can enjoy them as part of a mouth-watering three course meal, or join an expert-led tasting. Oh, and this is a party after all, so there will be music, dancing, and general revelry until 3am! Get your invites here. ⭐️Sponsored⭐️

2. An Evening on the Tiles

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Sometimes, a summer party needs that little something extra to make it unforgettable. How about a sprinkle of Portuguese sunshine? Graham’s Port are bringing Porto to Clerkenwell this week, for an imaginative Iberian celebration. Inside the lush Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, they’ll hero the food and culture of Porto, and introduce you to your new summer crush: the Graham’s White Port & Tonic. This classy cocktail is more refreshing than an Atlantic breeze, and An Evening on the Tiles is the perfect place to enjoy it. Pick up a ticket today! ⭐️Sponsored⭐️

3. Duck & Waffle & SUSHISAMBA

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I know what you’re thinking: those are two completely different restaurants. However, for one day, they’re teaming up for an epic brunch party, where the views are as delicious as the food. Once you’ve feasted on dishes such as Colombian eggs or pork belly anticucho, the party in the sky continues until 5:30pm. Oh, and if you’re not completely knackered after all that, the afterparty will run into the early hours of the morning. Get your tickets to this epic brunch here.

4. Last Days of Shoreditch Closing Party

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All good things must come to an end, and gentrification has called last orders on Last Days of Shoreditch. The beloved pop-up will say a final farewell on July 29th, bringing together old friends for one last huzzah. Their swansong will include street food, DJ sets, and a fair bit of messing around in their ballpit slide.

5. Summer Streets

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There’s a party on the streets of London, and you’re invited! Regent Street is going traffic-free during Sundays in July, laying out the fake grass and a whole host of summer activities. Shops along the street are taking part, with the highlights here being the Ralph Lauren ballpit, and Hollister’s beach parties. The chance to have a lazy picnic on one of London’s busiest streets is number one for sheer novelty – just don’t try doing it on any other day…

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