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Festival goers will be able to enjoy a range of stylish and classic Patrón cocktail combinations at the Patrón bar as part of the Henley Music and Art Festival 2012 this July. The Patrón bar will be at the beautiful floating Water Pavilion, located on the bank of the river, set over two levels just by the water’s edge.
Festival goers can enjoy a range of delicious Patrón cocktails. Drinks being served include: the Patrón Cosmopolitan, combining Patrón Silver, Patrón Citrónge with fresh cranberry and lime juice, the Patrón XO Cafe Frappe full of creamy flavour mixes Patrón XO Cafe with amaretto and lots more… Tuck in.
Head to Brindisa this Fri/Sat because things are going to get very messy indeed… in a sea food kinda way. It’s a traditional Spanish sea-fest so think trays piled high with lobsters, clams, mussels, oysters, giant squid and more all washed down with cava. When you’re done with the shells, throw em on the floor. Go on, get messy.
Venue: London Pleasure GardensAddress:
Cost: £55 - £99
The brainchild of the crew behind the late-night area of Glastonbury known as Shangri-La, Bloc.2012 has an amazing line-up to offer, including Orbital, Snoop Dogg and Richie Hawtin. There will be amazing audio-visual experiences including awe-inspiring projections and installations making use of the buildings around the area. Book tickets here.
Venue: Sclater Street Car ParkAddress:
Cost: FREE ENTRY
In the site of a former Victorian bird market off Brick Lane, this night food market will have a ‘car wash’ private dining room (5-10 person bookings), a fully licensed bar and 8 international street food stalls serving a mix of Vietnamese, Thai, Mexican and West-Indian cuisine to soak up the booze… you can’t beat a good food market sometimes! The market runs from 5pm-12am. There’s a £50 deposit and a minimum £200 spend for the car wash dining room – email email@example.com to book.
If, like BarChick, you like the idea of being chased by a group of around 12 irritable bulls then this is the one for you (BarChick’s dad goes every year)! Whilst wearing a white shirt and trousers with a red neckerchief the aim is to try and slap the bull on the back with a newspaper… but avoid touching the horns or tail as you will offend the locals. Make sure you look where you are running as it’s easy to run into things! Website