Schools from all over London today will be displaying their harvest produce that they have been proudly growing during the holidays at the London Harvest Festival. The Royal Horticultural Society will be holding the festival at the Lindley Hall in Elverton Street from 10am.
The festival will also feature talks and educational programmes from the Urban Orchard Project, a heaviest pumpkin competition, apple bobbing as well as lots of Autumn food sampling.
Thousands of people filled the streets of the West End today to watch the Rathayatra parade - also known as the Festival of Chariots. The procession included three wooden carts which were pulled by hand from Hyde Park corner to Trafalgar Square.
The altar deities from London's Soho Street Hare Krishna temple - Lord Jagannatha, Lord Baladeva and Lady Subhadra - were carried through the parade, accompanied by traditional music, singing and dancing.
Thousands of Londoners and tourists have been along to the Southbank to sample the delights of the Campo Viejo Streets of Spain Festival.
The celebration, which last year saw 160,000 visitors, features food from Barcelona's world famous market, La Boqueria, entertainment and even the chance to blend your own Rioja.
The festival will also host what is hoped to be the world’s largest multi-sensory wine experiment, with more than 2000 people expected to take part. The event also runs tomorrow.
The tastes, smells and sights of Spain have come to the streets of London this weekend in celebration of Iberian food, culture and art.
The Southbank Centre is hosting pop-up tapas restaurants, cooking masterclasses and film screenings.
Traders from the famous La Boqueria market in Barcelona will be selling their produce which comes direct from the one of the city's main streets, Las Ramblas.
Spanish urban artists Okuda and Remed will also perform live art installations.
The organisers are hoping the event will be even bigger than last year which attracted 160,000 visitors.
Veteran rockers Black Sabbath are the latest headline act to be announced for the British Summer Time festival. The band fronted by Ozzy Osbourne and featuring Geezer Butler and Tony Iommi will play on the opening night of the Hyde Park event on July 4.
Black sabbath made a comeback last year with a number one album and sell-out tour. Osbourne said he's looking forward to the event, because when he first went to London he was impoverished and spent the advance he got for the first album on a new pair of shoes and some Brut aftershave.
"Returning almost 50 years on we are doing a bit better for ourselves, so I may even splash out on some new aftershave before taking to the stage at Hyde Park - the most beautiful park in London - that has opened its gates to so many legends in the past," said Osbourne.
"We are beyond honoured to be allowed to put on a show and hope that the royals will enjoy it."
Other acts to perform include Soundgarden, Faith No More, Neil Young and McBusted. Tickets go on sale on Friday.
East London hosts an urban celebration with a difference today as Streetfest 2013 comes to Shoreditch.The urban sports festival features live performances from musicians and performers, but also showcases the very best in BMX-ing, skateboarding and inline skating.
East London will host an urban celebration with a difference tomorrow as Streetfest 2013 comes to Shoreditch. They'll be live performances from a range of artists, musicians and performers. It's the sixth year this event has been held in London and this one promises to be the best so far.
Festival goers will be able to try a range of sports including BMX riding, skateboarding and inline skating. They'll also be graffiti murals and a mini-ramp jam contest where 20 skaters will compete for a cash prize.
The ITunes Festival kicks off at Camden's Roundhouse this evening. It takes place all through September, and headlining the first night is R&B star Usher. Earlier Faye Barker caught up with him and asked him what fans can expect from his show tonight.
This week London's seen some of the biggest names in comedy gather for the 2012 Balham Comedy Festival.
We caught up with some of today's famous funnymen and found out if the old jokes really are the best.