Bongo’s Bingo is heading to Blackpool Pleasure Beach!
2 years ago
Hot on the heels of their spectacular outdoors shows in Newcastle and Norwich, Bongo’s Bingo are incredibly proud to reveal two dates in Blackpool as this surreal summer comes to a close.
The iconic seaside resort will host two fully open-air shows on Thursday 24th and Friday 25th September, framed by the gigantic spectacle of Blackpool Pleasure Beach’s world-renowned rides.
Following an extended break this year, Bongo’s Bingo have recently launched a series of events that provide a safe but very much still fun environment.
The new Outdoors format debuted at Virgin Money Unity Arena Newcastle which was billed as the UK’s first socially distanced music venue with two sell-out parties. Since then, the crazy concept has brought thousands of people back together in safe, socially distanced spaces for some outdoor bingo magic, mayhem and escapism under the sun and stars.
Next up on the Bongo’s Bingo tour is the famous Blackpool Pleasure Beach where it’s time to buckle up, hold tight and get ready for a big one, as Jonny Bongo and the guys present two epic events.
Jonny Bongo says: “Our Outdoors shows have been simply amazing so far and it has been so good bringing people back together for some much-needed escapism. Doing what we do outdoors, socially-distanced and seeing everyone go wild is very special – the energy from everyone so far has been electric. We know Blackpool always likes to party and in such a jaw-dropping location it’s going to be pure class. There’s no excuse now not to join us – our two shows are going to be mega!”
The award-winning Bongo’s Bingo combines the much-loved quaint pastime of bingo with a mesmeric live show, crazy antics and weird and wonderful prizes which have helped create one of the most talked about nights out in the country.
Bongo’s Bingo offers a night full of madness, mischief and shared euphoria, with dancing and cheering to hits from across the ages all night long – imagine N Trance’s Set You Free filtered via S Club and Gerry Cinnamon, to en-masse crowd karaoke renditions of Total Eclipse of the Heart.