Ramadan Festival

Experience the vibrancy of our Ramadan Festival.

Experience the vibrancy of our Ramadan Festival through this dedicated page, where we unfold the tapestry of our unique celebrations. Take a journey of discovery as we share the purpose, events, and experiences that define our Ramadan Festival.

From insightful reflections to exciting activities, this page invites you to immerse yourself in the spirit of unity, joy, and the shared moments that make our Ramadan Festival a memorable celebration. Let’s live the essence of Ramadan together!

  • Heritage: Past, Present and Future

    The theme of Ramadan Festival 2024 is Heritage: Past, Present and Future. Heritage is a showcase of the past, preserving the importance of history; it is the thread that weaves this history with the present and designs the future.Ramadan Tent Project: Our HistorySince 2013, Ramadan Tent Project has connected and convened over one million people from all backgrounds. For over

  • Ramadan Festival 2023 – Celebrating 10 Years of RTP

    Ramadan 2023 marked 10 phenomenal years of Ramadan Tent Project and our signature Open Iftar events. Over the past 9 years, our humble tent on a patch of green grew and grew, before it travelled to landmark locations. 'Belonging' is the theme that marked our 10-year anniversary. For the past decade we have connected and convened over half a million

  • 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

  • Launching Ramadan Festival 2023

    Sunday 5 March 2023 – Welcome Ramadan Conference at Victoria and Albert Museum kicks off Ramadan Tent Project’s 2023 Ramadan Festival. Welcoming hundreds of the British public to prepare for the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, Ramadan Tent Project (RTP) hosted 25 speakers and moderators who spoke on four key themes: Spirituality and Ramadan Charity and

  • Ramadan Festival 2022: The Ramadan Spirit is Within us

    We have reached the end once more; as we bid farewell to the holiest month let us remember that the Lord of Ramadan is the Lord of every month in the calendar, and Ramadan coming to an end does not mark the end of our intentions, actions and worship. A key lesson behind the beauty of this month is that

  • 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,

  • Jews and Muslims join in celebrating a shared fasting tradition.

    When attending Ramadan Tent Project’s most recent event “Faith & Fasting,” which celebrates Yom Kippur and the Thursday Sunnah Fast - something Imam Qari Asim said really stuck with me. He mentions how we have more in common with the Jewish faith than that which divides us.  Both faiths, Islam and Judaism, follow the teachings of Prophet Abraham very closely.

  • Open Iftar 2018 Begins

    In a matter of hours, #OpenIftar2018 begins. بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ | bi-smi llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīm In the name of Allah, the most Beneficent, the most Merciful #Ramadan2018 #OpenIftar2018