Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has announced a packed calendar of summer events for 2024, promising culture, sport, and entertainment for east London.

Visitors can look forward to everything from alfresco dining at Riverside East to a Foo Fighters concert.

Riverside East opening

Riverside East, east London’s newest sustainable dining and social hotspot, will officially open its terrace and bar on June 10.

The venue offers weekend brunches, as well as street food pop-ups, cocktails, craft beers, and late-night DJ sets.

The site also boasts the Yard that screens major sports events.

Major League Baseball World Tour

Meanwhile, baseball fans will have the opportunity to watch the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies face off at the Major League Baseball World Tour on June 8 and 9.

The event promises an incredible atmosphere complete with food, live music, and in-game entertainment.

Great Get Together

The annual Great Get Together, celebrating its ten-year anniversary, is set to return to the park on June 15.

This community event, funded by Foundation for Future London and Westfield Stratford City, will feature a host of activities, music, and performances to cater to all ages and interests.

ABBA Voyage, Foo Fighters and more

Later in the summer, concert goers can catch huge names at London Stadium like the Foo Fighters on June 20 and 22, and Burna Boy on June 29.

ABBA Voyage will once again be gracing the ABBA Arena, with dates throughout the summer.

Monster trucks and Athletics meet

Adrenaline seekers can enjoy the Monster Jam motorsport event on July 13, featuring 12,000 pound monster trucks.

Meanwhile, athletics fans can watch the London Athletics Meet as part of the Wanda Diamond League series on July 20 - the final athletics competition before the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

UK Black Pride and East Bank Summer Programme

The park will also host the world's largest pride celebration for LGBTQI+ people of Afro, Asian, Caribbean, Latin American and Middle Eastern descent, UK Black Pride, on August 11.

Lastly, the East Bank summer programme running from July through September invites residents and visitors to a series of events celebrating creativity and innovation.

There is a huge variety of activities to look forward to, ranging from hip-hop battles and fashion exhibitions to Olympics watch parties and an engineering festival.