What's On at Henley Royal Regatta
Find out what's on during your visit
- Celebratory Rowpasts
- Bremont Boutique
- Crew Clothing Concession
Weekly Racing Schedule
The 2024 Regatta will be raced over six days from Tuesday, 7 July to Sunday, 2 July.
Below you will find the provisional daily racing times:
Tuesday – Friday: racing starts at ~09:00
Saturday: racing starts at ~10:00
Sunday: racing starts at ~11:00
Please note, the Enclosures open 30 minutes prior to the start of racing daily, apart from on Sunday when they open from 10:00.
The racing is expected to finish at around 19:30 each day, except on Sunday when the last race will be at 16:30.
Find out which events will be raced on which days and plan your visit accordingly.View Racing Schedule
Clubs celebrating an anniversary of their crew winning an event at Henley Royal Regatta, or marking a significant Club anniversary will be celebrated by crews rowing past the Enclosures.
This year there will be celebratory rowpasts on Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Find out who will be returning this year.View Timetable
The Prizegiving Ceremony takes place from the Fawley Stand within the Stewards’ Enclosure from 17:00 on Sunday, 2 July.
Holders of Regatta Enclosure, Competitor and Boat Tent Area badges can enter the Stewards’ Enclosure from 16:45 to watch the Prizegiving Ceremony. Please note, the formal dress code is relaxed from 16:45, and children of all ages are welcome to join in the celebrations.
Discover our Prizegivers from previous years.Find out more
The Royal Airforce Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) is due to decorate the sky this week at Henley. On Friday, 30 June at 19:01 and on Sunday, 02 July at 14:15, the Lancaster PA474 will fly past. PA474 was built at the Vickers Armstrong Broughton factory at Hawarden Airfield, Chester on 31 May 1945, just after VE day. The war in the Far East ended before she was deployed and she did not take part in any hostilities.
On Saturday, 1 July at 15:00, we will be greeted by Spitfire MK356. Post war, the MK356 was used as an instructional airframe at RAF Halton until 1951, and then featured as a static airframe in the epic film “Battle of Britain” in 1968.Discover more about BBMF
Be sure to visit the Bremont Boutique down in Little Lion Meadow to view the HRR watch collection.
Exclusive to all HRR Competitors, Winners and Members, it’s the perfect gift for those lucky enough to be part of this truly special occasion.
Alternatively, shop the collection online.Browse the Collection
Crew Clothing will be on site at the Regatta, with bespoke personalisation available for collection on the same day.
Look out for Crew’s shops in the Boat Tent and Stewards’ Enclosure.
Crew will be showcasing its new HRR collection, with styles including a curated selection of the best-selling occasion wear, perfect for a day at Henley.
Alternatively, shop the full collection online!Shop Online