The final bank holiday of the year before Christmas is almost here, so it’s time to pray the sun stays out, the rain stays away, and fit in our final summer outings of 2018! But if you don’t yet have your plans in place, we’ve put together a list of some of the best events happening throughout the weekend.
This Must Be The Place
If you’re worried about the rain making an appearance, this event may be the one for you. A series of bank holiday shows will be taking over Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds on the 25th, 26th and 27th August. Ghostpoet, Hiss Golden Messenger and Ezra Furman will all be headlining, with Warm Digits, Black Midi, Kiran Leonard, Trudy and the Romance, Girl Ray, Fake Laugh and plenty more music acts performing.
Tickets are selling fast, so don’t miss out!
The Monster dares you to let loose your inner child as the ultimate bouncy castle experience will be at London’s Alexandra Palace this bank holiday weekend. At nearly 300 metres long, The Monster is one of the world’s largest inflatable obstacle courses and hands down the craziest nostalgic bouncy castle experience for adults. With giant flamingo’s and unicorns, face-painting, a huge ball pit, food, drink (and plenty for the adults too) it’s perfect for the whole family!
Book your session for Friday 24th, Saturday 25th, Sunday 26th or Monday 27th August now!
There’s plenty to see and do this year, from MasterChef winner, Kenny Tutt cooking live with runner up, Nawamin, to Bake Off winner, Sophie Faldo baking a show stopping summer cake. You’ll get the chance to feast on Oxford’s biggest selection of street food from around the world. But it’s not just about food! Enjoy champagne, gin, wine and craft beer tasting too, as well as trying cocktails at the Tikki Shack and Pimms Teapot. Kids will also get to learn to cook at the Childrens Cookery Theatre. And that’s not all! There will be live music from Toploader, the Hoosiers and Dodgy!
If you’d like to have a fun day out with friends and family at the UK’s biggest food festival coming to Oxford South Parks over the bank holiday weekend (25, 26, 27 August), get your tickets now!
This year, Zippos Circus marks the 250th anniversary of the circus! You can expect a spectacle like no other! Extraordinary equestrians, astonishing acrobats, comic clowns and dashing daredevils will join together in the ring. The electrifying cast will also introduce timeless comics Totti and Charlotte, Brazilian Capoeira comic acrobat Paulo Dos Santos, Daredevil Pablo performing atop a dazzling Space Rocket, Cuban acrobats the Hermansito Troupe, and Alex Michael who walks upside down 30 feet high!
Zippos will be in Brighton this bank holiday weekend, so make sure you don’t miss it!
One of the world’s leading dance music festivals, Creamfields is back this bank holiday weekend with a stellar line-up. The likes of Andy C, Annie Mac, Groove Armada, Leftfield, MistaJam, Pete Tong, Wilkinson and more will be making it one of the best festivals of the year! They’ve also unveiled SILO – the first truly 360 degree, stadium-like structure. It’s the first of three all new arenas to be revealed this year!
Get your tickets to what’s bound to be an incredible weekend of dance music now!
Is there a song Britney’s released that doesn’t have you singing and dancing wherever you are? The excitement felt the minute you hear the intro for ‘Toxic, ‘Womanizer’, ‘Crazy’ and the rest of her discography is like nothing else. She finished her constantly sold out residency at Axis Theatre, Planet Hollywood at the end of 2017. But she’s now bringing the party to the UK.
She’s coming to The O2 Arena, London on Sunday 26th August, and last chance tickets are still available!
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