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Events 2019

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More information will be available at least one month before these events take place.


Lord Mayor’s Celebration - Friday 5 to Sunday 7 July
Norwich city centre 
Norwich’s summertime street festival
(Applications for this year’s Lord Mayor’s Procession will open early in 2019)

Art on the Railings - Last full weekend of every month from March to December
St Peter Mancroft Church

Bandstand concerts - Sundays from June to August
Chapelfield Gardens, Eaton Park, Mousehold Heath, Waterloo Park

School’s Out (Children’s summer holiday activities) - Monday 29 July to Friday 23 August
Neighbourhood parks 
Fun days and outdoor theatre for children in the summer holidays

Other spring/summer events

Easter funfair - Thursday Friday 19 - Monday 22 April 
Chapelfield Gardens 

Norfolk & Norwich Festival - Friday 10 to Sunday 26 May
Various venues

Let’s Rock Norwich - Saturday 25 May
Earlham Park

Sunday Sessions - Sunday 26 May
Where: Earlham Park

Great British Cycling Festival - Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 June
Norfolk wide, community events in Norwich city centre

Run Norwich - Sunday 21 July
Norwich city centre

Laugh in the Park - Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 July
Chapelfield Gardens

Norwich Pride - Saturday 27 July
Norwich city centre


Opening of Battle of Britain Week - Monday 9 September, 11.30am     
City Hall War Memorial
Parade on St Peters Street - Remembering those who fought so bravely in 1940

Spooky City (Halloween) - Thursday 31 October, 6pm to 8pm
Norwich city centre, Chapelfield Gardens 
Ghoulish activities and fancy dress competitions


Remembrance Sunday - Sunday 10 November
City Hall War Memorial – Norwich Cathedral

  • 10.40am - Service of Remembrance and wreath laying at City Hall War Memorial
  • 11.05am - Veteran and armed forces parade to Norwich Cathedral
  • 11.40am - Norwich Cathedral service of Remembrance

Christmas Switch-On - Thursday 21 November
Norwich city centre
A parade with Father Christmas, Father Christmas Grotto, entertainment in front of City Hall and the switching on of the city centre lights at 7pm.