Where To Go Now: Boxpark

On 19th July, nightclubs are set to return after being closed for over a year, and BOXPARK is ready to bring the dance floor back to life and reclaim its reputation as the capital’s best spot for ultimate party vibes. From Thursdays to Saturdays, BOXPARK will be open for even longer, with plenty of late-night entertainment in the main space and its BeatBox bars,  as clubbing nights make a grand return.

Dancing is back on the menu at BOXPARK, and so is its roster of unmissable events across all three venues including GW Harrison’s residency, London’s most stylish and exciting hip hop party – Rilla, Nicky Blackmarket’s legendary DnB line-ups, Hip Hop Karaoke, 2 x Red Bull Culture Clash winner Sir DJ Corey’s bi-monthly party and a load more. See the full list here.

From 19th July, BOXPARK venues will be back to full capacity, allowing up to 2,000 people at major events in Croydon and Wembley. You won’t need to worry about finding a space for all of your mates, because tables will no longer be limited to groups of six, and at large events they’ll be removed completely to make room.

Table service will stay in place but you’ll also be able to order from the bar if you can’t wait. Face coverings will no longer be compulsory, but all guests will be advised to wear them when they are away from their table.




Listen to your favourite current rising artists at the Run It event on Wednesday 21st July and bring good music, vibes and games together at Gamebox on Tuesday 20th July. Music lovers will also have an exciting opportunity to see some of the UK’s best DJ talents in an intimate setting for free, with GW Harrison & Friends DJing on Thursday 22nd July.




Come down and enjoy BOXPARK’s resident DJs such as Nadia Jae, Donch & Max Denham throughout the day and into the evening every Saturday as Coors presents Strictly Classics from Saturday 24th July – Sunday 25th July. Everyone needs some awesome Carribean food while listening to some uplifting music by a steel band, so get your fix at Big Mike’s Rooftop Lime on Sunday 25th July. On Wednesday 21st July, get your dose of blues and jazz with the Blues Revolution Groove Kitchen, so get your dancing shoes on and get your ticket.




Live bands grace the stage in the main atrium every Saturday evening. Fan favourite parties including Rilla, Casa De Reggaeton and Birdnoise will be regular features. Sports fanatics can join us for LIVE screenings of The British and Irish Lions tour vs South Africa on the 24th, 31st July or 7th August on Saturday. Or if you want to have a laugh and a drink with your mates, grab tickets for The Big Fat Quizbox: Summertime Special (Tuesday 20th July) or the ultimate comedy night with ComedyMania (Wednesday 28th July).

BOXPARK also offers an incredible range of street food from around the world, everything from the Argentinian Grill, specialising in mouth watering, smoky grilled meats at Shoreditch to Bao Bao at Croydon, which delivers authentic Taiwanese food. Take your taste buds to Mexico with wonderfully colourful and fresh food prepared by Hola Guacamole at Wembley, and quench your thirst by trying the endless options of soft drinks and alcoholic beverages that are available.


Opening times from 19th July 2021:


  • Shoreditch is open until 11.45pm on Thursday – Saturday

  • Wembley is open until 1am on Thursday – Saturday

  • Croydon is open until 1am on Thursday – Saturday

Come and enjoy an unforgettable, restrictions-free night out at BOXPARK. The BOXPARK Black Card registration will be a requirement for entry and you can find more information here.


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