January 5, 2018
Although it’s early January and with the dark mornings and evenings it’s difficult to think ahead to long, lazy summer days and all the events that take place in the warmer months, many festival organisers are already planning their activities.
Music festivals, carnivals and other summer events and occasions are hugely popular across the UK. Of course, well-known festivals such as Glastonbury, V festivals, Reading and others always grab the headlines with the fact that they can attract 100,000+ visitors, transforming countryside fields into mini-towns for these festival weekends. However, at the same time, there is a wealth of other smaller, local festivals which are still great to visit, with also many attracting some well-known artists and so keep a look out for these in the coming months.
Festivals are synonymous with people having a great time – enjoying the live music performances, spending time with their friends, eating and drinking and generally having a blast. Festival bar hire, therefore, is important for festival organisers, especially the larger festivals, as they need to ensure that they are adequately catering for the volume of visitors that they are expecting.
Of course, at a festival, you don’t expect to walk straight up to the bar and get served – you can expect a queue of sorts. Problems arise, however, if the queue for the bar is way too big – people get frustrated and it produces a negative vibe which, when you have paid good money for a festival ticket, you really don’t want.
My Mobile Bar Hire is perfectly placed to be able to offer bar hire for festivals, large and small. We have a number of festival bar rental options available for organisers. These range from high volume trailer bar hire to cater for large volumes of people at a time, through to vintage horsebox bar hire, the look and appearance of which really does lend itself perfectly to festivals. At the same time, as a festival organiser, you might want to hire a temporary event bar for a VIP lounge, or maybe backstage for the artists or another indoor area at your festival. If this is the case, then My Mobile Bar is able to offer you Zip bars and cocktail bars along with LED bars and wooden bars – in fact, whatever festival bar you have in mind, we can help.
We will work closely with the festival organisers to agree what drinks to be served and at what prices to ensure that a consistent approach to your on-site drinks is adhered to.
So, if you are a festival organiser and are looking ahead to your festival this summer and need to rent a festival bar, why not get in contact with the event bar rental specialists UK here at My Mobile Bar Hire today – we will be delighted to discuss your requirements with you and provide a customised package to perfectly meet your needs.