Festival Venues for Hire in London

Festival Venues for Hire in London

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Organising a festival is no mean feat, so give yourself plenty of time to plan. After all, you’ll probably need to arrange performers, vendors and the festival site, as well as sell tickets and promote your event. Planning a live music festival, club festival, film festival, carnival or fete, but aren’t quite sure where to start? Tagvenue is here to help. We have a great selection of festival venues, from gorgeous gardens to wide-open spaces that are perfect for setting up an outdoor stage or two.

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Festival Venues Hire Guide

When choosing your festival venue, make sure to keep in mind how you’re going to handle security, how you’re going to fence off your site and what facilities you’ll need (catering, toilets, technical equipment, non-musical entertainment, first aid, on-site parking etc.).

Tips and tricks for organising a festival:
–choose a diverse lineup to keep festival-goers entertained for the duration of the event
– make sure the A/V equipment is working (this might be the most important thing for music and film festivals)
–keep attendees and staff hydrated
–be aware of the maximum capacity of your festival venue and abide by these guidelines
–get the right permits

FAQs about Festival Venues in London

How to organise an outdoor festival in London?

The first step to organising an outdoor festival in London is to get all of your permits. There are two kinds of permits required: one for the festival itself and one for each individual performance area. In order to apply for these permits, you'll need to get in touch with the local council planning department. They'll be able to tell you exactly what kind of information they'll need from you and how long it will take them to process it, but it's usually not more than a few weeks.

Once you have your permits, you can start thinking about other aspects of organising an outdoor festival in London. One of the most important things is choosing a venue that will work well for your event—especially if you intend on selling tickets or charging admission fees! You might also want to think about getting security guards (if necessary), hiring a stage manager (if you're holding performances), getting insurance coverage and making sure that there's enough room on-site for all of the vendors who'll be selling food or drinks during your event. And finally, make sure that everyone knows about your event! Print up flyers and post them around town. You can also put them up on social media or put up signs at local businesses, whatever works best for your audience.

How to advertise my festival in London?

Once you've chosen your venue, you can start advertising it with flyers, posters, and social media posts. The next step is to start building an online presence for your event. You should make a website with all the details of what's happening at the festival, and links to buy tickets and even purchase merchandise. You can also use social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter to share information about the festival and get more people interested in attending. Why not also consider creating an app for those who are attending so they can keep track of all the bands playing and any other activities happening at the event (like drinking games)?

How much does it cost to book a festival venue in London?

A festival venue in London can cost anywhere from £200 to £10,000 (and more!) per day, depending on the size of your event and what kind of amenities you're looking for. The most important thing to remember when booking a festival venue is that you're going to need to budget some money for clean-up and security. So when setting up a budget for your event make sure not to forget about the additional costs, and it would be better to keep some funds as a reserve in case of any extra fees that may arise later on!

Guests Reviews of Festival Venues on Tagvenue

Tina E.
Booked Kunstraum at Kunstraum
Everything. The space is like a blank canvas so you can really make it your own. Thomas went above and beyond to accommodate my womans circle. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for a venue to do their event in.
Nina F.
Booked The Loft at Be At One Liverpool Street
Couldn’t have asked for a better space and staff- they were so helpful throughout the whole process and made everyone feel so welcome. Our bartender Rachel was especially amazing- everyone loved her! She was so organised and even designed signature cocktails for the event! Really couldn’t recommend Rachel or the venue enough. Thanks to everyone who made it so good!
Daryl H.
Booked Basement Bar at Coin Laundry
I held a surprise 30th birthday party for my partner here. It was a good venue with a plenty of space for a private party for 50 guests in the basement. The staff were friendly and helpful and even played along to make sure it was a great surprise for her (thanks Robin)! Food was excellent too!
Alex E.
Booked Back Room at The George & Monkey
We had a brilliant birthday party at the George & Monkey. Planning was very easy, all messages were responded to quickly and all of our requests dealt with. The venue is lovely, a good sized area in a great location. A wide selection of drinks at reasonable London prices. And the staff behind the bar were fantastic and very friendly. Highly recommended.
Colin R.
Booked The Cinema / Screening Room at Electric Space
Great communication beforehand. Received a warm and friendly welcome at the venue and great service throughout. It was the perfect environment for a cosy screening, and my guests had a lovely evening.
Antra G.
Booked The Martini Den at Dirty Martini St. Paul's
- the ambience was amazing - very reasonable minimum spend for a large private area - the cocktails and food looked and tasted great - everyone had a fabulous time and the music was very lively
Alexis F.
Booked The Nave at St Ethelburga's Centre
The venue was fantastic for the vibe of my event. The lighting Wass great and the staff on hand were super helpful and friendly. Im already considering throwing another event there later this year
Salvatore D.
Booked Cinema at Close-Up Cinema
-Gorgeous Cinema. -The bar and reception area has a superb/cosy look that matches up with the style of the cinema. -Outstanding communication from the first email till the actual screening day

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