The event - Europe's largest South Asian festival - returns with a spectacular line-up of live music, dance, visual arts and food from South Asia
The festival will feature the best in classical music, British Asian urban artists, dance, comedy and cabaret, Asian-influenced street theatre and circus, and exhibitions.
Artistic director Ajay Chhabra said: "Our success is based on our ability to welcome all kinds of people; it's not a festival exclusively for Asian people, but we get international acts, home-grown acts, local acts... We've stood the test of time.
"There's something for everyone."
Here's what you can expect from various arts and dance areas throughout the festival:
LycaMobile Community Stage
Host: Jay Kumar
1pm: Introduction by Co-Hosts Jay Kumar and comedian Salman Malik.
1.10pm: "Laughter Yoga" session by Sonia.
1.30pm: Pungra Fit; High energy fitness and dance session to top Bhangra tunes with Ravi Sandhu.
1.55pm: Arslan Baig; UK based singer/songwriter.
2.10pm: Bhangra All Stars; dance group located in West London, comprising experienced Bhangra, Bollywood and Hip Hop dancers.
2.20pm: M.U.M. Music.
2.50pm: Reckless Dance Crew; Gaana, Bhangra, Dancehall and Bollywood dance troupe.
3pm: Magic Mela Presents; A specially commissioned collaboration between contemporary Asian dance practitioners and the visual artists.
3.15pm: Mela's Got Talent.
3.45pm: Lali Wanjara.
4pm: Zumba Ki Rani; interactive Zumba.
4.15pm: Pungra Fit.
4.30pm: Magic Mela Presents; A specially commissioned collaboration between contemporary Asian dance practitioners and the visual artists.
4.45pm: BollyBros; Bollywood Dance Act by twins Sunny and Shyam Savani.
4.55pm: Reckless Dance Crew.
5pm: Bhangra All Stars.
5.15pm: Jay Kumar and DanceAsia
5.30pm: Mela's Got Talent
6pm: "I love Bollywood"; Interactive Bollywood Dance Party with Jay Kumar, a DJ and Dhol Drummers.
H.E.A.T 2015, Asian Contemporary Art
IMA Foundtation (IMAF) will be working with London Mela to present Asian art for the first time in the festival's history. H.E.A.T stands for Hosting Emerging Artistic Talent.
IMAF will host an area where contemporary Asian artists will exhibit their works. The H.E.A.T area will allow people to see and buy original and limited edition prints of Indian artworks.
IMA foundation’s founder Radha Binod Sharma said: "IMA is bringing Contemporary Asian Art for the first time ever to the ZEE London Mela. There will also be a children's creative workshop sponsored by Arts Council for England."
Magic Mela Family Area
The Magic Mela Family Area is specially designed for families old and young; dancers will be on hand to teach you modern and traditional dances, as well as giant paintings where you can get arty or create giant Rangoli patterns on the ground using all the colours of the rainbow.
A new dance and visual arts performance created by Emergency Exit Arts will also take place at Magic Mela, perfect for young festival-goers!
Navrattan is a 45-minute interactive promenade show, perfect for the whole family. The show is an introduction to the ancient arts and traditions of the Mughal Empire.
The show is packed full of surprises, storytelling, puppetry, traditional Kathak dance and craft workshops, inspired by the children's stories of Mughal Emperor Akbar and his advisor Birbal.
Maa's Choice Chapatti Aata: Tastes Of Asia
Maa’s Choice Chapatti Atta: Tastes of Asia is a delicious food court with cuisines from all corners of the world; Indian and Italian, to Thai, Nepalese and a long list of other South-Asian delicacies.
For everything you need to know about getting to the festival, visit our transport and accessibility guide.