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KEEP CALM AND HARRY ON

Summer in the U.K. is kicking into high gear. The temperature is a balmy 65 degrees, with only light showers expected, and fans are thundering into venues for high-profile shows.

Harry Styles’ sold-out Love on Tour had a massive stop at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium Wednesday after a two-night set at London’s legendary Wembley Stadium and dates in Manchester and Glasgow.

Meanwhile, Glastonbury kicks off this week, with Billie Eilish, Kendrick Lamar and Paul McCartney topping the bill, and BST Hyde Park begins its 10 dates over three weekends with Sir Elton John, The Rolling Stones, the Eagles and Adele leading the way. London is the center of the music world right now.

If that weren’t enough, Wimbledon is just around the corner (6/27-7/10), highlighted by Serena Williams’ wildly anticipated return. If you haven’t booked one already, good luck finding a room.

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