London's best outdoor
summer event
drinks and
    street food
    street food

This is Festibowl

What is it? A lawn bowls popup event in the heart of London. Competitive fun, delicious street food, ice cold drinks, DJs playing classic tunes; reconnect with your team.

Why spend a summer day or evening playing lawn bowls, you ask?

Well, it’s a quintessentially English pursuit of pleasure. Eccentric, inclusive, entertaining with a competitive edge. It is civilised escapism under pink summer skies, with a cold drink in hand; what’s not to like?

Our emerald rinks are the centrepiece, framed by a carnival of street cuisine, sunset bars and cocktails. Come and see why everyone in town is talking about us. With bookings available from 1 – 400 people you can play with friends, challenge your colleagues or even bring your whole company for a summer away day.

Currently, Festibowl has no set dates as it is under new ownership and is assessing post pandemic opportunities.




Want to make a group booking?

Click the button above to complete an enquiry form or for general enquiries please email

What other people said:

“Great fun evening. Host was great, atmosphere relaxed. Very easy set up, nice little bar. Made for a great team event.“


“We had an incredible time, the Festibowl team were very accommodating of our needs and we loved being there.“

— EY

“Really enjoyed the lawn bowls! What a great way to use the park :)”

— PwC

“Brilliant night. The team at Festibowl we’re amazing as it was my birthday they organised a reserved table & a few drinks on arrival. It was so much fun with the cocktails, music & the food was so good we had seconds. Going to try to go again next week & will def be back next year. Thanks for making my bday extra special.”

— Norton Rose, Fullbright

“Festibowl was very well received by all of our guests, both for its unique, enjoyable nature and the fact that it was held in such a convenient location for people finishing work. I didn’t realise that you were also offering free play for people passing by in the afternoon, which was a nice touch to bring the game to the attention of more people and encourage them to spend some quality time relaxing in the square.”

— Martin Scott, IAG