Concerts & Outdoor Events
With nearly 200 acres of parkland, Gunnersbury has played host to music concerts, outdoor cinema screenings and community-led shows.
Organising an event can and should be fun, but we understand that at times it can be a confusing and complex task. Gunnersbury Park’s Events team can help you understand exactly what we require from you as the event organiser and guide you through the application and approval process.
If you have an event you'd like to hold in the park, contact us on:
Telephone: 020 8825 6640
For the Local Community
If you are a park user or local resident who would like to receive information about event proposals for Gunnersbury Park, please sign up to the e-newsletter here.
If you do not have an email address, please write to inform us that you wish to receive consultation letters by post, to Gunnersbury Park Museum, Gunnersbury Park House, Popes Lane, London W5 4NH; or phone us on 020 3961 0280
Why we hold events in Gunnersbury Park
Gunnersbury Estate (2026) CIC was set up for the purpose of opening up the park and museum for education, leisure and recreation for the widest possible audience.
In 2022 we embarked on our biggest programme of events in the park. Tens of thousands of people have visited Gunnersbury: whether bringing the family for a day out with dinosaurs, to listen to award-winning music artists or enjoy immersive cinema, and we’ve loved welcoming new and familiar faces to the park.
We offer a rich variety of experiences and services to attract the widest possible range of visitors and add value to our communities lives. We welcome thousands of local school students for educational experiences, bring opportunities to local community groups, offer a thriving museum service and continue keeping the park and museum well-maintained and free to access all year. We invest 100% net profit of the income generated from these events back into Gunnersbury, to allow us to continue serving our community. 2022 saw the running cost for the Gunnersbury Estate in excess of £2.3m, and our costs are rising all the time, making event income ever more vital.