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Ray-Ban SUN-DAY party London
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Score tickets to Ray-Ban’s London party with Tiffany Calver

Get down while the sun’s up: SUN-DAY will take over the rooftop at The Standard with a full female and non-binary line-up to celebrate the summer solstice

The endless winter of 2023 is over: last week in London, the sun finally emerged, and with it came a flurry of music event that kicked off the summer season in the city. Joining that line-up, alongside stalwarts like All Points East and Field Day, is Ray-Ban’s brand new day party SUN-DAY. 

Taking place for the first time on June 21 – which FYI, is the longest day of the year – the event “pays homage to the most powerful star”, with the brand hoping the rain will stay at bay and attendees will be “wrapped in a golden glow” as the sun sinks into the horizon.

With SUN-DAY events also scheduled for Tel Aviv and Paris, with a pit-stop in New York to round things off, Ray-Ban’s London event will take over hotel and bonafide creative hub The Standard’s rooftop, which has previously seen everyone from Shygirl to Kelela to Dev Hynes perform. 

In Ray-Ban’s hands it’s the turn of rising Radio One star Tiffany Calver to take the reins, as she presents her No Requests show live and direct. Bringing together a roster of 100 per cent female and non-binary established artists and names to know, the whole day will embody the spirit of summer and allow guests to get lost in the joy the sun brings.

And should the sun’s rays really hammer down on proceedings, alongside the music will be a chance to get your hands on Ray-Ban’s latest collection, which will be lined up ready to be snapped up on the day. “Ray-Ban SUN-DAY is not just about the music; it’s a complete sensory celebration,” the label explains. 

Head here to get your hands on tickets.