It may be late autumn and Christmas is all that you can think about at the moment but take a deep breath and remember that there is life after the festive season. It’s never too early to book treats and experiences for late winter and spring.
It means that winter passes more comfortably with something bright and wonderful on the horizon. Music, theatre, sports events and arena tours don’t stop in cold weather.
London events company experts are already looking to sports events and tailoring hospitality packages for 2017’s summer and autumn schedule so why not browse what’s available and allow yourself some luxury?
Don’t just see a show or watch a sports event with a basic ticket, haven’t you worked long hours to deserve a decadent experience?
Companies like the long established DTB Sports and Events fully understand that people need to escape from daily life and its challenges; they also appreciate that you can have so much more than entry to an event when you speak to them and take advantage of hospitality events packages.
Here are a few late winter and spring suggestions; even the thought of them could get you through the mountain of Christmas shopping:
The TV show Strictly Come Dancing traditionally goes on an arena tour in early spring and 2017 is no exception.
The 11th and 12th February sees the show staged at the O2 Arena. This is their 10th anniversary year and the show only visits 9 cities.
Grab your chance to see the best and the most entertaining dance moves from the professionals and talented celebrities.
Craig Revel Horwood and Len Goodman will be there and with hospitality events specialists you can savour a night to remember watching your favourite TV show.
The Rugby 6 Nations takes place from the 4th February to the 18th March 2017 and it promises to be a series of matches that will astound, frustrate, command respect and cause a few tears.
Win or lose, England, the 2016 winners, will put up a mighty fight against France, Wales, Ireland, Scotland and Italy’s finest rugby players.
Be at every match that you can across the stadiums, on the continent and in the UK.
Sports event hospitality delivers not just the best tickets available but pitch side facilities like restaurants and a complimentary bar, celebrity guest speakers, match programmes and parking.
Warning: The England matches are selling fast and in some cases are already selling out. Don’t miss your opportunity to see invigorating 6 Nations action.
Olly Murs is performing at Manchester Arena on the 17th March and at the O2 Arena on the 30th and 31st March.
This popular cheeky chap will take you through his back catalogue of hits and introduce you to new ones from 24 Hours, his November 2016 released album.
Perfect as an experience or gift, maybe to make your kids dreams come true, just contact hospitality events firms to find out the luxurious extras they can offer.
Go on, treat yourself.