Battersea Park Jubilee Festival Tickets Still Available

To locals living nearest the park

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People living near Battersea Park can still get their hands on tickets for the Diamond Jubilee Festival on June 3.

Organisers have set aside a number of tickets for people living in the SW11, SW8, SW3 and SW10 postcodes to give people living near the park a greater chance of attending the day's festivities. Most of the general tickets have sold, but there are still some of the specially-allocated tickets for local people available.

The Battersea Park event, curated by Hemingway Design and artist Clare Patey, will feature different zones dedicated to design, music, fashion, art, film and food from each of the six decades of the Queen's reign. The festival will begin at 12noon and go on until 7pm.

As well as a great view of the jubilee river pageant, attractions will include

  • Live music including the Noisettes, The Selector, the Urban Soul Orchestra and the John Miller Orchestra
  • Vintage salons
  • The Alternative Village Fete
  • Classic Car Boot Sale
  • Dance lessons
  • Pearly kings and queens
  • Carters Steam Fair
  • Tea and cakes from the WI
  • Tallest cake competition, 'A Cake in the Clouds'
  • 'The Diamond Geezer' Pop Up Pub

People with SW11 and SW8 postcodes can buy one of the tickets set aside for local people at

There is a charge of £5 per person to cover administration costs. Tickets for children aged 12 and under, who will need to be accompanied by an adult, are free.

Find out more about the Diamond Jubilee in Wandsworth, including the Festival and Pageant, at

May 19, 2012