Festival of Colours
There are still a few remaining tickets to this fantastic festival of sound, colour and life. This unique event takes place annually and sees a huge number of faithful revellers returning time and time again, and it’s easy to see why. An enormous amount of biodegradable neon powder is thrown around at will, so you can expect to be multi-coloured from head to toe after just a few minutes!
Heavy basslines, techno trebles and happy-go-lucky MC’s will provide the soundtrack to your day from the main stage, but there will also be bands occupying the smaller stages if you need something a little more gentle. We recommend wearing white for maximum effect, and Queen Elizabeth Park will be left with countless splashes of colour at the end of the event – its quite a sight, and well worth a look, even if you don’t have tickets.
This world-famous competition is going to be tense this year. It really is (as the adverts are pointing out) anybody’s game – and we can’t wait to see the action unfold. Pimms, polite heckling, queuing, and utterly pointless sun visas encapsulate Wimbledon, but you can still bag tickets if you go through the right company.
Of course, you could join the enthusiasts camping overnight outside the gates, but to be honest, the pavement really isn’t very comfortable. Function Fixers can still book last-minute B&B’s and hotels in the local area, so call us now to get yourself a proper bed for the night. Booking a table in a restaurant will also have to be done in advance, and we can help with that too.
The Naked Bike Ride
Oh, England. Only you could pull an event like this off in such a jolly and casual manner. Anyone is allowed to join in with this bike ride, but of course, it’s not for the shy and retiring. It’s actually a heartfelt protest against oil dependency, and also celebration of nature and beauty. You don’t have to completely bare all, but a lot of people do – which can be both hilarious and slightly weird at the same time.
A truly novel experience and a freeing one at that, you can join the ride from West Norwood, Tower Hill, Clapham Junction, Regents Park, Kings Cross and Hyde Park at various times – we recommend you like their Facebook page to keep up to date on start times and routes. The Naked Bike Ride in Brighton was a huge success last week, and it’s just as much fun for spectators as it is for participants. Call Function Fixers to learn about last-minute group bookings in bars, cafés and hotels with a view of the bike ride for a truly enjoyable even if slightly bizarre afternoon.