National Paralympic Day featuring Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival

30 August 2014

The Liberty Festival 2014 is returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this summer. Backed by the Mayor, this free outdoor event showcases the talents of Deaf and disabled artists, and will this year be held in the south of the park.

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The exciting line-up includes live music, street theatre, dance, plus film and fun activities for kids.

Liberty Festival is taking place as part of National Paralympic Day, where you can watch world class Paralympic sport and try out a range of free community sports, courtesy of the British Paralympic Association, Motivate East and other partners.

To relive the wonder of the London 2012 Paralympic Games and to cheer on Paralympics GB stars as they take on the world in the London Aquatics Centre and Copper Box Arena, in Boccia, Goalball, Swimming and Wheelchair Basketball, you can get tickets for just £5 per person.

Last year’s event was enormously popular, attracting large crowds of people, both disabled and non-disabled.

Don’t miss what’s sure to be a fantastic day out in London’s top new attraction. For regular updates and information on accessibility in the park, visit the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park website.

For programme details, news and further announcements please keep checking this page.

View our gallery of pictures from last year's event.

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

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National Paralympic Day featuring Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival
Saturday, 30 August 2014 - 12:00pm to 6:00pm