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INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS
MAJOR EVENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE QUEEN ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK
The London Legacy Development Corporation is inviting Promoters/Operators with significant experience of delivering large-scale outdoor concerts/festivals and stadium concerts to submit proposals for a series of music concert/festivals in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park across the summer season of 2013.
On 3rd and 4th August next year, RideLondon will be coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
This annual cycling festival promises to be an action-packed weekend with something for spectators and cyclists of all abilities. From a family friendly bike ride to a televised race for the world’s elite, RideLondon aims to become the largest annual mass participation cycling event in the world.
For more details and to register visit www.RideLondon.co.uk
How would you make use of a spectacular new public space in the heart of a growing community and easily accessible from anywhere in London?
From July 2013, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will become one of London’s foremost public attractions, boasting a wide variety of venues and spaces for events and temporary enterprise uses.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will offer over 250 acres of beautifully landscaped open space and 6.5 km of waterways. As a living legacy of the London 2012 Games, it will transform this area of east London into one of the capital’s most vibrant hotspots, hosting around 2,000 events each year. The events and temporary uses will establish the Park as a ‘must see, must return’ destination for local residents, those working in the area and visitors alike.
All kinds of indoor and outdoor events will be possible, from product launches, cinema screenings and waterside activities, to large-scale public entertainments, cultural fairs and outdoor exhibitions. There will be a wide range of indoor and outdoor venues and spaces available for interested parties and events organisers to choose from.
There will be vacant spaces within the Park available for temporary enterprises such as artists’ workshops, pop-up restaurants, micro-breweries and street markets. Some will be available for 6 months, with others available for up to 15 years – the possibilities are endless.
If you are interested in hosting an activity, event or investing in a temporary use in the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after the Games, you can register your interest by emailing us at email@example.com
Please use the subject line ‘Events and Programming’, providing a brief outline of your requirements and your current contact details. We will then notify you when the process to submit your ideas goes live.