American Expats in London looking for ways to celebrate the 4th of July (Independence Day) might want want to get aboard the Green Man on A Boat Party described as a sun drenched event on the Thames River.
I would not guarantee that part as it is London after all.
Take a combination live acts and DJ's, spread them around the deck, let them fill your ears for 5 hours (2pm to 7pm).
Here's what's on the program (as quoted from Green Man):
Hotly-tipped newcomers 6 Day Riot will brew up a must-see “melting pop” of ukelele, violin and all-round acoustic loveliness before the dazzling James Yuill takes it to the (Tower) Bridge with his dynamic and highly danceable Justice-meets-Nick Drake songwriting genius.
We’ll have a raft (not literally) of disc jockeys spinning top tunes to while
away a lazy Saturday afternoon, including UK electro fiend and uber producer Serge Santiago and DJs from the legendary London club night Smash & Grab, plus comedy and maybe even a hoola-hooping Elvis to ensure Independence Day goes with a bang.
Tickets are 20 British Pounds a Piece while stock lasts...
The Fun Boat leaves from St Katherine’s Pier at 50 St Katharine's Way and you need to be there no later than 1:45pm.