Bingo A Big Part of The Plough Festival
This is definitely a hard time for public houses and they need to fight tooth and nail in order to entice people to the bar on a regular basis. This means that a lot of pubs look at putting on special events in the hope of bringing in a lot of money in one go, which can then maybe offset some of the quieter times. It is not a brilliant plan for long-term sustainability but it can be a good way to get out of short-term holes or even just to ensure that more people get to see the pub in full-swing and come back on a regular basis.
The Plough Pub in Clapham Junction is going all out between the 17th and 20th of May to make the pub seem like a music festival! This may seem like a bold move but it is one that could well bring a lot of people to the bar. The décor of the bar will be greatly changed and there will be grass underneath the feet of revellers and the drinkers. If you are going to do something, you may as well go the whole hog and make it truly authentic.
Bingo is a big part of the festival fun
You won’t be surprised to learn that music is at the heart of the entertainment in the festival with live bands appearing throughout the four days. However, bingo fans are also in for a treat because there are bingo games being lined up for players. You may not think that it is too rock n roll to have a bingo game lined up in the middle of what should be a music festival but it seems as though there is some method in the madness that will be taking place at the Plough Festival.
The prizes on offer for the bingo players definitely have a music flavour and the lucky winners will be heading off to a proper music festival! Two VIP tickets for the Isle of Wight festival are going to be up for grabs and there are also going to be tickets for the V Festival on offer. If you have want to go to a real music festival this summer but can’t afford it, this could well be the perfect opportunity to have some fun but book your place for one of the major events of 2012!
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