This weekend will see the return of London's St George's Day festival hosted in Trafalgar Square.

The event is taking place on Sunday, April 23 and is returning after last year saw over 20,000 take part in celebrations. 

St George's Day will celebrate "everything brilliant about England and being English."

The event is set to include a range of great activities, live music, food stalls and more, plus it's completely free for all to enjoy. 

If you were planning on heading down to enjoy the celebrations, here is everything you need to know from route, tickets and timings. 

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When is St George's Day in Trafalgar Square? 

The event is taking place on Sunday, April 23 and will see events kick off from 12pm lasting until 6pm. 

Celebrations in Trafalgar Square will be hosted by British television presenter, actress and Heart radio broadcaster, Zoe Hardman.

What to expect from St George's Day in Trafalgar Square? 

The family event offers an array of activities for all to enjoy, with a lineup of amazing acts that will keep you entertained for the whole day. 

On the main stage, there will be a mix of music, comedy and dance with the likes of Lost Voice Guy, Sam & The Womp and even Das Brass. 

Plus there will also be some walkabout acts, with the Artist in Action offering live speed painting as well as Storm in a teacup with magicians showing impressive comedy magic. 

That's not all, with a silent disco hosting an all-day party, face painting, sports zone, the Horrible Histories workshop, Dragon selfie station, Knights training school and much more. 

Do you have to buy tickets for the St George's Day Festival in London? 

The day is free for all however there are some strict conditions on entry requirements. 

All bags larger than an A4 size piece of paper will be refused entry as well as a list of prohibited items that can be found via the website.