Open Iftar

Step into the Open Iftar realm, an exclusive corner where we delve into the heartwarming core of gathering for Iftar during Ramadan. Come along as we unveil distinctive experiences, stories, and traditions that weave the fabric of our Open Iftar events. This page is a jubilation of unity, community, and the sheer delight of breaking fast together in the sacred month of Ramadan.

Join hands with us on this shared expedition, relishing the essence of Ramadan spirit collectively!

  • Open Iftar 2023 x Brighton and Hove Albion FC

    Monday 27 March – Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club will host an Open Iftar at their American Express Community Stadium, in what will be a first for the club and ground-breaking for Ramadan Tent Project as its first Open Iftar across the South-east or South-west of England (outside of London). Paul Barber, CEO and Deputy Chairman of Brighton

  • Open Iftar 2023 x Chelsea FC

    Sunday 26 March – Chelsea Foundation will host an Open Iftar pitch-side at Stamford Bridge, in what will be a first for the club and a Premier League stadium. Simon Taylor, head of Chelsea Foundation, said: “I’m delighted to announce our Open Iftar alongside the Ramadan Tent Project and we are extremely proud to be the first Premier League

  • Ramadan Festival 2022: Open Iftar Makes History Once Again

    Eyes brimming with tears watched the open courtyard at the Royal Albert Hall fill with audiences from across the city and the UK, young and old, families and friends, and passers-by. The city stilled as the athaan (call to prayer) rang through South Kensington from the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Steps. On these same steps, hundreds gathered in prayer,

  • Ramadan Festival 2022: The Return of Open Iftar

    Since its inception in 2013, Ramadan Tent Project (RTP) has fed over 150, 000 people. In the first ten days of Ramadan 2022 alone, we have fed over 20, 000 people across three cities; a simple idea to feed others has flourished into the UK’s award-winning largest community and cultural event in Ramadan. Having spent the last two years online,