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SEPTEMBER 2013-LONDON SPECIAL EVENTS AND HOTEL INFORMATION

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September is here and holidays are over. Back to work and reality but London is a city that never sleeps with events throughout the whole year. Here is a list of what is happening in September:

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1. BBC PROMS IN THE PARK – 7 SEPTEMBER 2013/HYDE PARK

Britain’s largest outdoor classical music event returns to Hyde Park, with headliner Bryan Ferry.

BBC Proms in the Park has become a highlight of the BBC Proms calendar, taking place on the Last Night of the Proms.

2. WORLD TRIATHLON GRAND FINAL-11-15 SEPTEMBER 2013

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TAKING PLACE IN HYDE PARK.

The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games changed Triathlon forever. In 2013, triathlon returns to London for five days of international competition, creating a fantastic festival atmosphere in and around Hyde Park.

Thousands of people will flock to the centre of London to cheer on the world’s best triathletes and paratriathletes as they compete for world championship titles.

Another free spectacle in London’s sporting calendar, this event is an excellent reason to visit and be a part of the best big city on earth.

3. LONDON FASHION WEEKEND:19-23 SEPTEMBER 2013

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Following London Fashion Week, one of the “big four” fashion trade shows in the world, London Fashion Weekend is a fashionista extravaganza, letting everyone in on the fabulous world of fashion.

Somerset House is transformed into an exclusive fashion experience, brimming with designer catwalk shows, pop-up shops, hair and beauty, and educational panels.

Fashion lovers can get their seasonal wardrobe fix from designer brands including Issa London, French Sole and Linda Farrow.

4. TOUR DE BRITAIN 2013: 22 SEPTEMBER

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The Tour of Britain celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The eight-day cycle race will return to London for the traditional and iconic finish on Whitehall.

Beginning in Peebles in the Scottish Borders, the race will pass through the Lake District, Stoke-on-Trent, Wales, Dartmoor and Surrey on the way to London for its exciting climax.