Time: 11AM - 7PM
The Mayor’s Liberty Festival and National Paralympic Day provide a thrilling climax to a fantastic weekend of sport at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Three great events come together over 24, 25 and 26 July in the Park: Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival, National Paralympic Day and Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.
Don’t miss your chance to see world class sports, enjoy a free arts festival with live music, dance and aerial theatre, plus lots of family-friendly fun.
National Paralympic Day featuring Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival
Paralympic superstars and Deaf and disability arts come together on Sunday 26 July for National Paralympic Day featuring Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival. Paralympic superstars Ellie Simmonds, Ollie Hynd and Jessica-Jane Applegate will lead an all-star line-up of athletes hoping to create a splash in the London Aquatics Centre for National Paralympic Day. Book your swimming tickets via Ticketmaster.
If you want to get more involved in the sporting fun, there’ll be a range of ‘Come and Try’ sports taking place throughout the day, including athletics, judo and wheelchair tennis.
The Mayor’s Liberty Festival forms the cultural highlight of this year’s National Paralympic Day and brings you a colourful, high-energy, interactive and free afternoon of Deaf and disability arts. Enjoy live music, dance, aerial performances, film, food and more.
Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games
Get your weekend off to a thrilling start as Team GB and Paralympics GB return to the former Olympic Stadium on 24, 25 and 26 July. Mo Farah, Jessica-Ennis-Hill and David Weir are among some of the big names competing over the three-day athletic spectacular. Book your tickets to be part of the unrivalled weekend of top-class sport at the Park via Ticketmaster.
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Location & Map:
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park E15 2ER (Liberty and Come and Try Sports: E20 2ST)