August Bank Holiday is fast approaching, so if you're struggling for ideas on what to do why not grab tickets for some of the incredible events we have an offer? From music events and festivals, to fun family activities and theatre shows - there is something for everyone!
We've highlighted some of our favourites below, so take a look and get one booked...
Where? ABBA Arena, London
Experience a concert like no other at ABBA Voyage! Witness one of the greatest pop acts of all time featuring a setlist of ABBA's biggest and most popular hits - each handpicked with great care. Performing as the digital versions of themselves, Agnetha, Bjorn, Benny and Anni-Frid have created the kind of concert they've always wanted. You won't want to miss out.
Where? Brighton, London & Sheffield
Boyce Avenue are a captivating American band renowned for its acoustic and melodic brilliance. Consisting of brothers Alejandro, Fabian, and Daniel Manzano, the band gained fame through their heartfelt covers and original music. With millions of followers on YouTube, they've left an indelible mark on the music scene, captivating hearts worldwide. They will be performing in Sheffield, London, and Brighton, this Bank Holiday Weekend, whilst on their August - September 2023 tour. Don't miss out!
Where? Liverpool, Colchester & Plymouth
As part of his ‘Marry Me’ tour, Olly Murs will be playing dates across August with support from Scouting for Girls at all three venues! Released last December, 'Marry Me' is his seventh album of his career, and been noted as his most consistent, ambitious, punchiest, poppiest – and, in places, proudly soppiest – album yet.
Where? Port Eliot Estate, Saltash
Hailing from the UK, Sam Ryder is a singer-songwriter who shines with his emotive voice and sincere song writing. Blending pop, folk, and R&B, he crafts melodies that resonate. Notably, Sam's compelling artistry also led him to the Eurovision stage, where his performances garnered attention and added to his growing global fan base. See him live on Saturday 26th August at Port Eliot Estate, Saltash! Tickets are on sale.
Where? Coventry & Manchester
In the heart of the Covid-19 lockdown, Thus Love, comprising vocalist/guitarist Echo Marshall, drummer Lu Racine, and bassist Nathaniel van Osdol, converged in Vermont's Brattleboro town. Born from chance meetings within a vibrant local arts collective, they crafted their debut album, "Memorial," in a one-bedroom apartment. This post-punk trio, all identifying as trans, delivers a unique blend of clangourous guitars, pop melodies, and Marshall's Grace Jones-inspired voice. See them live this Bank Holiday Weekend in Manchester and Coventry.
Where? Battersea Park
In just a couple weeks' time, Battersea Park will host Battersea Park in Concert, an open-air concert series, featuring a selection of the greatest acts in classic, jazz, and soul music. On Saturday 26th, A Night at the Musicals offers the chance to immerse yourself in your favourite West End shows, performed by the world-renowned Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. On Sunday 27th, the 60-piece Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will present Proms in the Park, and on Monday 28th, the concert with host live soul and jazz from Gabrielle, YolanDa Brown, and The Ronnie Scott's All Stars. Don't miss out!
Where? Alex James' Farm, The Cotswolds
The Big Feastival is an annual UK event that tantalizes senses with a fusion of music, food, and family fun. Founded by chef Jamie Oliver and musician Alex James, this unique festival offers a delectable line-up of renowned chefs, live music acts, and engaging activities, creating a vibrant celebration of culture and culinary delights.
Where? South Park, Oxford
Oxford Foodies Festival returns to South Park 26th-28th August, for a bank holiday celebration where the world of food really is your oyster! Tantalise your taste buds with exciting new food from Jamaica to Japan, see local Michelin Star chefs and MasterChef champions cooking live and discover delicious new drinks whilst dancing to amazing live music. This family-friendly festival is fun for all ages, where kids can enjoy fair rides and cooking classes.
Where? White Bottom Farm, South Manchester
Manchester's much loved and boutique celebration of eclectic music and quirkiness is back for another of its cosy and personal gatherings August Bank Holiday Weekend 25th-27th. Lining up at Compstall's udderly unique Whitebottom Farm for Moovin this year is another mouth-watering mix of returning favourites with some highly sought after big name debut bookings.
Where? Stanford Hall, Leicestershire
Lock in your August bank holiday plans with a weekend of music, feasting, drinking and more! Park up and pitch up with a community of music lovers for a 3-day camping festival of Country, Americana, and roots. Returning with it's 4th edition, The Long Road will play host to Josh Abbott Band, Tyler Booth, The Sheepdogs, Alana Springsteen, Jon Pardi, Eli Young Band, Margo Price, and many more!
Where? IWM Duxford Airfield, Cambridge
Join Imperial War Museums as they celebrate 50 years of incredible flying events at IWM Duxford. From the ground to the skies above, they have entertained generations with the best flying displays, special vintage entertainment, aviation history and fun for all ages. At this event, see Duxford in a whole new light as dusk turns to dark across this historic airfield this bank holiday weekend.
Where? Nikos Taverna, The O2 London
What are you waiting for? Your table is ready and summer is served! Discover Mamma Mia! The Party at The O2, London! This theatrical dining experience, created by ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus is now booking until March 2024. Join us on the island of Skopelos for your dream Greek holiday, right in the heart of London. As the sun sets, take your seats at Nikos’ family-run taverna and enjoy a delicious four-course Greek meal before dancing the night away at a glittering ABBA disco.
Take to the streets as your team hurtles through the London landmark-inspired challenge rooms! Compete for glory in the dance-off challenge! If you roll right, you’ll get the chance to dance the night away on the Strand, perform in the orchestra of a musical at the theatre on Tottenham Court Road, or even get to grips with the teddies at the toy shop on Regents Street. Shadows cast from street lighting and neon signs across an unmistakable skyline, the City Board will give you an exhilarating night time adventure while you snap up some of London’s most iconic city streets.
Where? Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
Join Paddington™ on an immersive adventure at Blenheim Palace! Get ready to meet your favourite characters from the famous Paddington stories, hop on board a real locomotive, and search for ‘buried treasure’. Prepare to be immersed in live performance, puppetry, and enjoy activities including driving in the Rovers Railway Rescue Experience and a souvenir family portrait photo.
Where? Buckingham Palace, London
Buckingham Palace, the London home of the King, is a working royal palace. During summers, when not used officially, visitors can explore 19 grand State Rooms with treasures like paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Van Dyck, Canova sculptures, Sèvres porcelain, and exquisite furniture. Highlights include the White Drawing Room with a stunning chandelier, the Music Room for State Visits, and the Throne Room for royal events. Afterward, enjoy refreshments at the Garden Café with lake views before visiting the Garden Shop.
Where? Oxford Street, London
Visit Twist Museum on Oxford Street for a unique family day out this bank holiday weekend. This innovative playground of perceptions, created with artists, neuroscientists, and philosophers, offers an educational and exciting experience for all ages. Explore interactive rooms, defy reality, and test your senses with mind-boggling exhibits. An enthralling family experience awaits!
Where? Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham
Just the Tonic has booked the world's finest stand-up comedians and performers for over 25 years. You can expect great comedy line-ups, including some of the best up & coming comperes! Laugh your way through bank holiday this August
Where? The Arts Theatre, London
Choir of Man invites you into a pub-themed world, showcasing hits from Queen to Adele. Nine extraordinary men blend singing, instruments, and audience engagement for an unforgettable experience. Debuting at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017, they've wowed global audiences, including Sydney Opera House and the West End's Arts Theatre, with their sensational performances. Book now and save up to 52%!
Where? Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London
Dinosaur World Live is back in Regent’s Park for an exciting summer season! Join a fearless explorer on an interactive journey through a lifelike prehistoric world, meeting incredible dinosaurs like the T-Rex, Triceratops, and more. After the show, meet a dinosaur up close on the theatre lawn. Don’t miss this captivating Jurassic adventure live on stage!
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