BT LONDON LIVE - Exciting free days out during the London 2012 Olympic games
BT LONDON LIVE
EXCITING, FREE DAYS OUT DURING THE LONDON 2012 OLYMPIC GAMES.WATCH EVERY MEDAL, EVERY DAY ON GIANT SCREENS, FROM 11AM TO LATESEE TEAM GB MEDALLISTS, IN PERSON, ON STAGEFUN-FILLED, HAVE-A-GO-SPORTS FOR ALL AGES, OUTDOOR ARTS & EXCITING CULTURAL PERFORMANCES COME DOWN AFTER WORK, GRAB A BEER AND WATCH THE GAMESOPEN LATE WITH LIVE MUSIC EVERY DAY
State-of-the-art screens and concert quality sound systems are showing all of the London 2012 action. Plus sports participation activities, live music and cultural entertainment are on offer every day until late evening - and best of all it's absolutely FREE to enter! These spectacular events are a partnership between the Mayor of London, The Royal Parks and London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
HYDE PARK - FREE Entry every day to 11 August with Olympic Games action live on giant screens, the largest of which measures 144m², along with a fantastic array of other activities for the whole family to enjoy - check out What’s On at Hyde Park below and come join in. Entry is FREE!
Check out BT House where there are 2 performances a day on the BT Vision Stage and hopefully you’ll get a chance to meet our sporting medallists as they visit the park. You can also enjoy daily live music performances on the Main Stage from artists such as McFly, Amy Macdonald, Feeder, The Noisettes, St Etienne, Alexandra Burke, Kenny Thomas, Ocean Colour Scene and The Temper Trap and more!
Get involved at the Have-A-Go Sports Zone, have family fun at the Kids Zone and enjoy a trip through the Cadbury House’s Joyvilleexperience. It’s a great day or days out and it’s FREE to get in.
In addition, The British Olympic Association (BOA) is partnering with BT, the official communications services partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, to give fans an EXCLUSIVE opportunity to see Team GB medallists in person during the Games. Located in Hyde Park as part of BT London Live, the official Team GB Fan Zone will be where British medal winners first gather to publicly celebrate their success with Team GB fans this summer.
VICTORIA PARK is showing the best of the Olympic Games on three giant screens, the largest of which measures at 70m² plus, to ensure you don’t miss a moment of the sporting action, there will be a more intimate sports viewing experience in The Sun Pub.
The Have-A-Go Sports Zone will offer a range of professional Olympic and Paralympic sports participation and coaching experiences.Live music across the 17 days includes Alexandra Burke, Soul II Soul, Club de Fromage, Courtney Pine, Sean Rowley’s Guilty Pleasures, Slow Club, Sound of Latin London and more!
There are also a number of attractions at the park that have entry fees including the 55 metre high BT Observation Wheel offering stunning views of both the Olympic stadium and the city’s skyscrapers, a fantastic 320-metre long Kiss Zipline high above Victoria Park’s trees, bungee trampolines and freestyle swimming, where you don’t even need to get wet, thanks to our 64m2 water-zorbing pool.
BT London Live’ is a partnership between the Mayor of London, The Royal Parks and The London Borough of Tower Hamlets, and is a key part of the citywide programme of events being organised by the Mayor of London to celebrate the London 2012 Games.
Log on to www.btlondonlive.com for full details.
For further information regarding BT London Live please contact:
Ali Castriotis at LD Communications, E: Ali@ldcommunications.co.uk or
Kate Etteridge at LD Communications, E: Kate.email@example.com
T: 0207 439 7222
Please send all accreditation requests to,E: BTLondonLive@ldcommunications.co.uk