Best Social Events To Attend In 2024

Published on Monday 4 September 2023 Category: Culture

In 2024 embrace the natural beauty of the summer at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show; get up-close to extraordinary classic cars at Salon Privé London; and indulge in one of the finest summer social events at Chestertons Polo in the Park, plus much more…

Henley Royal Regatta, Henley-on-Thames

A firm fixture on the sporting and social calendar, the Henley Royal Regatta captures the essence of the British summer time.

Each year thousands of spectators flood to the banks of the River Thames to watch over 300 races across the space of the week. Running since 1839, the event has continued to grow and grow with Olympians and athletes of all different levels travelling from across the world to compete on the Thames.

This quintessentially British event is the perfect way to experience a summer day within the picturesque village of Henley-on-Thames. Whether you are a seasoned rowing expert or new to the sport, the Regatta – scheduled for 2-7 July – will once again be a memorable day out in 2024.

You can be at the world’s most renowned regatta in 2024 with Ambro. Book your place at one of the biggest social events to enjoy a fabulous day of racing accompanied by an electric atmosphere right next to the River Thames.

Salon Privé London, Royal Hospital Chelsea

Take a trip back through the past 100 years at London’s most sophisticated motorsport event.

Salon Privé London offers an experience packed full of glamour and sophistication on the grounds of Royal Hospital Chelsea whilst getting up-close to the UK’s most breathtaking collection of classic automobiles, modern supercars and luxury brands.

Similar to its world famous sister event at Blenheim Palace, Salon Privé London showcases everything from classic racing Ferraris to iconic Rolls-Royces from the 20s. You can immerse yourself in the spectacular display right at the heart of the capital.

Without a doubt Salon Privé is up there with the most glamorous social occasions on the calendar, which can be enhanced even further by indulging within its renowned hospitality and dining packages for a truly unforgettable experience in April 2024.

Salon Privé
Salon Privé

RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Royal Hospital Chelsea 

There are no other social events in London quite like the Chelsea Flower Show (Tuesday 21 May – Saturday 25 May).

For more than a century the Royal Hospital Chelsea has hosted the event known for being the pinnacle of garden design. The grounds offer a unique experience away from the rush of the city, allowing guests to leisurely explore new ideas to take home and marvel at natural beauty of the show gardens during the summer.

Attended by the Royal Family each year, global audiences and RHS members are also attracted to one of London’s oldest cultural events which has been running on a yearly basis since 1913.

The Chelsea Flower Show is also the place to be if you are looking for one of the finest dining experiences in London. Sit back in the serenity of the natural world around you, explore cutting-edge garden designs and revel in the unique history of the most prestigious flower show in Britain.

Chestertons Polo in the Park, Hurlingham Park

The ultimate summer sport and social event is back on 7-9 June in 2024.

Chestertons Polo in the Park offers something for everyone. Three showstopping polo matches per day are combined with fashion, fun and food to create the perfect summer party in Hurlingham Park, Fulham.

Each year the event is getting more and more popular, attracting fans of the sport as well as newcomers with tweaked rules that bring everyone closer to the action. On top of that guests can watch the world’s best polo whilst treating themselves to street food as part of the Fulham Food Festival; explore the Luxury Shopping Village; and bring their family along with entertainment for everyone at London’s perfect summer party.

It is safe to say that Chestertons Polo in the Park is now firmly established as one of London’s must-attend social events in the British sunshine.

Chestertons Polo at the Park Garden Hospitality

The Boodles, Stoke Park

The Boodles is the hidden gem of the UK grass court tennis season. Held at the spacious Stoke Park leisure estate, some of the best tennis players in the world come to compete in the lead up to The Championships, Wimbledon.

Novak Djokovic has been amongst the famous names to play at the tournament in the past which offers a perfect combination of competition and elegance each summer. The atmosphere is often relaxed with fans able to mingle with stars of the international tennis tour whilst enjoying Champagne and lunch selections.

Located just 35 minutes from Central London, you can discover this stylish exhibition event set within a British garden setting in 2024 by visiting the stunning grounds at Stoke Park next July.

Defender Burghley Horse Trials, Burghley House

No other sport showcases beauty and grace quite like Equestrianism. Every year horses and riders perform in unison to stun crowds at the annual Defender Burghley Horse Trials.

Known for being one of the biggest horse competitions in the world, around 80 of the best riders compete at the Defender Burghley Horse Trials in events such as dressage, cross-country and show jumping.

Set amongst the grand back drop of the 16th century Burghley House, Cambridgeshire, the event is only a short trip from London and guarantees a fabulous experience, typically scheduled at the back end of the summer.

2024 promises to offer more entertainment following a fantastic event in 2023 too in which British Olympic champion Oliver Townsend won his third title at Burghley House, following previous wins in 2017 and 2009.

2024 Cowes Week, Isle of Wight

Did you know that Cowes Week is one of the UK’s longest running sporting and social events? Well next year you can be a part of the iconic sailing event that dates back to 1826.

The longest running sailing regatta in the world attracts thousands of competitors each year. From Olympic athletes to casual sailors, the event on the Isle of Wight hosts a total of 40 races per day for up to 600 boats throughout the seven-day run time.

There is also a social scene to soak up for the 60,000 spectators that attend the regatta. Cowes is home to museums, galleries, pubs, restaurants and range of clothing and lifestyle shops. On top of that there is live entertainment to make it an unforgettable week of sailing suitable for all.

Don’t miss out on experiencing the festival atmosphere at Cowes Week in 2024.

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