What to do this weekend in Wembley Park – 31st January to 2nd February

Beat the Jan Blues at Wembley Park

January is finally over and the weekend is looking more exciting than ever. If you’re looking for something to, Wembley Park has got it all!

Super Bowl at Boxpark Wembley Wembley Park


Super Bowl 54 at Boxpark Wembley
Boxpark Wembley
Sunday 2 February, 9PM onwards
£10 per ticket

The Super Bowl 54 is coming to Wembley Park this Sunday – and you don’t want to miss it! From 9PM on Sunday 2 February until 4AM on Monday 3 February, Boxpark Wembley have all the NFL action on their big screen, accompanied by live entertainment and delicious food. Tickets are £10 and include on free house drink. Book your tickets here.

The Dolly Show Live @ Studio 5ive Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre Wembley Park


It’s the last day of January. Hurrah! Boxpark Wembley have all the celebrations with their resident DJ’s at Friday Feelings. From 8PM join them in the BeatBox room for all the latest and greatest RnB Hip Hop and Garage classics. Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre are welcoming The Dolly Show this Friday as part of their Live @ Studio 5ive series. Expect multi-award-winning Australian singer and comedienne Kelly O’Brien’s Dolly Parton tribute act along with some truly delicious food. Tickets range from £30-£10. You can book them here.

Live at Boxpark Wembley Park


New month, new stores as London Designer Outlet welcome their brand new big-brand names, Tommy Hilfiger Kids. If you head there this Saturday and make a purchase over £50, you’ll receive a super exciting gift! Studio 5ive have their next live performance from Miss Hope Springs, comedy cabaret chanteuse, singing songs from her all-original repertoire and recounting tales from her Ritz-to-pits showbiz life. Tickets range from £30-£10. You can book them here. Boxpark have the ultimate music fix with Live at Boxpark. Head there for great vibes, live music and some of the most exciting acts from in and around London.

Super Bowl at Boxpark Wembley Wembley Park


IT’S THE SUPER BOWL! £10 for all the live coverage of the big game (even the pre-natter), live entertainment and, of course, live screening of highly-anticipated half time show, it’s the only way to watch the Super Bowl. Book your tickets here.

The Wedding Singer at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre Wembley Park


It’s the opening weekend of The Wedding Singer at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. Catch Strictly’s multi-talented Kevin Clifton don the role of Robbie Hart, as the blockbuster-turned-Broadway production hits Wembley Park. Tickets from £15 to £45 and you can book them here. Heroes the exhibition is entering its final month and we highly recommend getting to Wembley Park’s Getty Images Gallery to see it before it goes. It’s FREE and shows all your favourite music legends like never seen before. What’s to lose? Boxpark Wembley have the ultimate sports fix with live screenings of the Premier League AND the first round of the Six Nations. They’ll be screening the matches on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd February. 

Beat the Jan Blues by eating at Wembley Park


You can do these everyday, but we think these will perk up your weekend! You couldn’t pick a better place to grab a bite than Wembley Park. From street food extravaganzas at Boxpark Wembley to high street classics in London Designer Outlet. Artisan eateries such as Pasta Remoli and Bread Ahead to fine dining at Studio 5ive. Wembley Park is a foodies paradise with over 50 places to eat and drink. Check them all out here. If you fancy saving the world or fighting off a zombie apocalypse this weekend (because who doesn’t!?), check out MeetspaceVR in Boxpark Wembley for the ultimate virtual reality gaming experience. 

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