Making Sundays fun
Welcome back, Citadel, the indie festival taking over London's Victoria Park for another Sunday this July.
Tailor-made for the day of rest, Citadel showcases live music, comedy, theatre, debate, food, and of course, booze, in what is the perfect chance to kick-back to our favourite pleasures in the summer sun.
Curated by indie labels and promoters such as Communion and Soundcrash, the festival has already announced a London exclusive for Icelandic experimental rock outfit Sigur Rós, with many more popular promised to follow.
Communion Stage (in association with DIY)
Soundcrash Stage (in association with last.fm)
Jose Cuervo Tequila Town
- Disco Bloodbath
- Andy Smith
- The Mighty Zaf
- Russ Jones
Theatre & Performance
CITADEL COMEDY TENT
Special Guests TBA
'Citadel Presents' the Best of London's Thriving Comedy Circuit...
curated by Fred Ferenczi & Compere Ronnie Rigsby
Philfy Phil Alexander
Sounds Familiar Music Quiz
The Park Bandstand
- Hackney Colliery Band
- The John Langan Band
- Barbarella's Bang Bang
- Immigrant Swing
- Chaps Choir
- Cut A Shine
- Swing Patrol
Hosted by Continental Drifts, Global Local & Two For Joy
The Meadow Stage
Theatre from Old Vic New Voices
Explore with Secret Adventures
Performance & Workshops with Folk Dance Remixed & Les Femmes Circus
Talks & Debates
SUNDAY PAPERS LIVE
The Broadsheets Brought to Life, Section by Section
by writers & rappers, poets & politicians
in partnership with the Frontline Club, Sofar Sounds, i-D, Pen International
featuring Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards & Akala
Dining & Drinking
with Stephen Harris of the Sportsman
Patty & Bun, Bubbledogs, Bird, Mr Bao, Superfly's Cocktail Magic
Sunday Sports Day
- Lost & Found
- Volleyball England
- Croquet East
- Disco Dodgeball
- Non Applicable Dance Company
- Marawa's Majorettes
- Badminton Matches / Tug of War Battles / Relay Rum Races / Sock Wrestling / Musical Sack Races / Sticky Limbo Competitions / Wheelbarrow Races / Swing Olympics / Impromptu Pitch Invasions
Workshops & Classes
THE ARTIST STUDIO
In Partnership with The INDYTUTE
Bump Roller Disco
Rock 'n' Roller Skate with Cherry Cola Club
Kids & Families
Learn to be a Superhero with Super Cape-Abilities
Kids' Games & Races with Arcola Theatre
Kids' Roller Disco
Arts & Crafts
Just a stones throw away from the slick and modern Olympic Park, Victoria Park's vast open spaces, bustling cafes and shimmering lake have been around since 1845, making it the capital's oldest public park.
Victoria Park, Grove Road, London, E3 5TB, United Kingdom
BY PLANE: Any of the major London airports provide easy transfers into the city itself, where you can then travel onto Victoria Park via public transport.
BY TRAIN: London is well connected to the rest of the country via train, however, once you are in the capital, the nearest Tube stations to Victoria Park are: Mile End (District and Central lines), Bow Road (District Line), Stratford (Jubilee Line), Bow Church (DLR) and Bethnal Green (Central line).
The nearest Overground rail stations to Victoria Park are: Hackney Wick (East London line), Cambridge Heath (National Rail) and Bethnal Green (National Rail).
From either of these, follow signposts to the park.
BY BUS: Bus numbers 8, 277, 309, 339, 388, D3, D6, S2 all pass close to the park.
Citadel advise those travelling to the festival to use public transport as there are no parking facilities available.
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult (max 4 per adult). Children under 5 go free, while those aged between 6 and 11 are entitled to a child ticket costing just £5. Those aged 12 and above require a full price adult ticket.
Doors will open at 12pm and curfew is 10:30pm.
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