Life’s A (London City) Beach

By Phil Clarke, Editor of The Handbook website Phil Clarke |
3rd June 2019

If your idea of summer is lazing on a day bed in a beach club outside St Tropez or beside the lapping waves of the Caribbean in Barbados, sipping a pina colada and soaking up the rays at an exclusive beach party, how does  trading all that for bank of the Thames at Waterloo sound? Great, right?

London City Beach is returning this summer for a limited time and the only thing hotter than these tickets to their exclusive summer parties will be you as you lie there in your swimmers, party to the DJ beats and drink Laurent Perrier Champagne like a complete baller.

The guys that brought us Vintage Circus, Christmas at the Lodge and the Bloomsbury Big Top have another hit on their hands with London City Beach, here for just two months and with tickets selling fast. The themed parties will include Club Tropicana, Neon Cuban Nights and their own special tribute to the iconic white isle of Ibiza. The Insta-worthy parties will certainly be something to remember.

As will the beach huts. The VIP sheds will be the place in London for daytime drinking, evoking the Mediterranean and leading to their own private decking before hitting the warm palm-tree lined sands. Enjoy bottomless brunches, evening beach parties and chilled out Sundays and choose from a range of packages that’ll make summer perfect.

Whether you’re enjoying street food, table tennis, shuffleboard or partying to the live DJs, this is┬áthe South Bank as you’ve never known it, an Insta-happy haven in the centre of London. So get your outfits ready, and get buying tickets!

www.londoncitybeach.co.uk

The last dates available are:

Saturday 8th June
Saturday 15th June
Sunday 16th June
Sunday 30th June
Sunday 7th July
Saturday 20th July

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