By Megan Millisky
London England has so much for travelers to explore in February! Looking for music? Stop by The Royal Opera House for a musical luncheon. Or if you're searching for an afternoon of art, take a stroll to an exhibit in Trafalgar Square. Don't miss a second of all the fun London has to offer this February!
1. Live at Lunch - The Royal Opera House
The Royal Opera house presents free lunchtime performances on February 13. There will be ballet and opera performances by a selection of guest artists.
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February 15-16, rock out to some of the best death metal music in Europe! Finnish death metal bands will gather for this awesome show of “death and destruction!” There will even be special guest performances.
3. The Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show
February 14-16, check out this awesome motorcycle show. Vendors will be selling the latest bikes and accessories. Visitors can see the reveal of ten brand new motorcycles and attend a race in the Michelin Thunderdome!
4. Insiders Outsiders Fest
Check out this nationwide arts festival with an important message through February. The festival features all kinds of artworks that celebrate the contributions of refugees. It includes concerts, film screenings, and literary events in venues around London.
5. The Vaper Expo UK
February 15-16, vapers will convene at Olympia London! There will be freebie giveaways, DJs spinning music, and a bar area to relax after you explore the convention.
6. London Symphony Orchestra
Listen to a gorgeous London symphony at the Barbican from February 1-2! Take in the sounds of Beethoven’s piano and other instrumental music. There will be talks and films, and Level G is always free to visit. You can also visit their Beethoven exhibit, featuring one of the legendary musicians’ ear trumpets.
7. Mass in B Minor
Mass in B minor is widely considered one of Bach’s best works. It was also the last major work he ever composed. You can listen to The Bach Choir perform these lovely songs on February 11 at the Royal Festival Hall.
8. Young Bomberg and the Old Masters Exhibit
Stop by this free exhibit for a fun afternoon exploring The National Gallery! Through February, explore the works of David Bomberg and learn about his influential idols.
9. Eco Visionaries
Through February 23, learn about the effects of climate change with a visit to the Royal Academy of Art in Picadilly. The exhibit features works from contemporary artists that highlight the damage that climate change is causing to our ecosystems. These visionary works are sure to inspire.