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This summer, as part of the Olympic Games Closing Ceremony in Beijing, the Mayor of Beijing will hand the Olympic Flag to the Mayor of London.

This is the moment when the UK officially becomes the next host of the Olympic Games.

This is followed by short ceremony to welcome the world to London in 2012.

You can be part of it.

On Sunday 24 August - part of a bank holiday weekend - we want to invite everyone in the UK to join in with events in London and around the UK.
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#1
thanks :thumbsup: fingers crossed that i get tickets :lol:
#2
you wont need tickets, the protesters will just charge the gates and everyone will get in for free
#3
Thanks. Finger cross.
#4
hot

but should be in Freebies
#5
Thanks!

Applied. Hope I win!
#6
Is it supposed to do something when you click on the 'Complete registration' button? I just got taken back to an empty registration form.....
#7
JABWootton
you wont need tickets, the protesters will just charge the gates and everyone will get in for free


:whistling: but then the protesters will have to change the reason of protesting half way through... :-D

and im sure no people in the world have a grudge against the UK :p ( cough )
#8
Sounds like a laugh a minute:

21. You must not bring alcohol and/or glass bottles into the Event. Refreshments will be available at the Event for purchase but alcohol will not be on sale. There will be a no smoking policy at the event and strictly no illegal substances are permitted at the Event.
#9
That's the same with practically any event of this sort - they all say it.
Muse at Wembley last year - you weren't even allowed plastic bottles unless the lids were removed, and this 'rule' is starting to be rolled out across all music gigs...unfortunately it's just another way for the event organisers to make more money in the form of drink sales but it's supposed to be from a health and safety point of view!
#10
Usual line up of naff bands probably playiing something from the new album :roll:
#11
Presumabley they sold alcohol in the Muse gig though?
#12
fingers crossed- can't beat something that's free
#13
Perfect bank holiday party!

Heat & rep added...
#14
Competition, so not voting hot
#15
mark_dumpleton
That's the same with practically any event of this sort - they all say it.
Muse at Wembley last year - you weren't even allowed plastic bottles unless the lids were removed, and this 'rule' is starting to be rolled out across all music gigs...unfortunately it's just another way for the event organisers to make more money in the form of drink sales but it's supposed to be from a health and safety point of view!


Venues should give you free tap water if you ask for it... Can't remember where I read it but I think there's some kind of law about that..

Reading festival sometimes make you empty your bottles on the way into the arena, but if you still have the bottle and the lid nothing to stop you from filling it up later.
#16
cheers mate, have registered under a couple of names and e-mail addy's, so fingers crossed.
#17
Does anyone know what time the event is from and to what time. I dont want to take a baby if its in the evening etc
#18
I was going to apply, but i'm at Leeds Festival that weekend.

Heat added :thumbsup:
#19
Carnival alternative, for some. Personally I prefer beer, jerk chicken and half naked women.
#20
mark_dumpleton
That's the same with practically any event of this sort - they all say it.
Muse at Wembley last year - you weren't even allowed plastic bottles unless the lids were removed, and this 'rule' is starting to be rolled out across all music gigs...unfortunately it's just another way for the event organisers to make more money in the form of drink sales but it's supposed to be from a health and safety point of view!


Really, so no booze at Wembley either then, I wouldn've thought they'd have made a lot of money, seems strange to ban all types of booze. Or did you just fail to notice the "alcohol will not be on sale" part of my post?
banned#21
Fat Bird
Really, so no booze at Wembley either then, I wouldn've thought they'd have made a lot of money, seems strange to ban all types of booze. Or did you just fail to notice the "alcohol will not be on sale" part of my post?


there was booze for sale at Wembley for Muse and other events!

thanks for the heads-up for this event
#22
Applied, cheers
#23
redordead
cheers mate, have registered under a couple of names and e-mail addy's, so fingers crossed.


Hope you changed your IP address too. I understand they're being logged to weed out duplicate applications.
#24
link sucessful hear off them by beginning of July if you have been lucky enough to get freebies tickets...thanks
#25
Applied!
#26
Fat Bird
Really, so no booze at Wembley either then, I wouldn've thought they'd have made a lot of money, seems strange to ban all types of booze. Or did you just fail to notice the "alcohol will not be on sale" part of my post?


Woah, I was only trying to be helpful!
Sorry I may have missed that bit of your post, but there was no need to get so angry about it!
And they did allow alcohol at Muse, I was just commenting on the actual drinks in bottles thing!
#27
Any ideas of what bands are there?
#28
Thanks, I always miss these things so fingers crossed :)
#29
It's free! So no complaints here !
#30
I dunno, it all sounds a bit lame from my perspective.
#31

There will be a total of 40,000 tickets. You can apply for tickets on [COLOR=#000099]www.london2012.com[/COLOR]
A ballot will be held in June and the successful applicants informed.


Moved to comp.
#32
heat added thanks :thumbsup:
#33
mark_dumpleton
That's the same with practically any event of this sort - they all say it.
Muse at Wembley last year - you weren't even allowed plastic bottles unless the lids were removed, and this 'rule' is starting to be rolled out across all music gigs...unfortunately it's just another way for the event organisers to make more money in the form of drink sales but it's supposed to be from a health and safety point of view!

That's cause it can be used as a weapon, and can hurt you pretty bad if someone throws it at ya and you get hit with the cap side :P So it's pretty much in safety of the band playin and other members of the public. Even though the majority of the people going to see a gig would like the band/artist they're seeing, so wouldnt dream of hittin them with bottles. But the things people do when they are drunk...

7percent
Venues should give you free tap water if you ask for it... Can't remember where I read it but I think there's some kind of law about that..

Reading festival sometimes make you empty your bottles on the way into the arena, but if you still have the bottle and the lid nothing to stop you from filling it up later.


Not all venues CAN give out tap water as it can be pretty harmful, and it is not safe drinking water. The only thing it can really be used for is washing your hands. Well at least that's what the reason was for at the place I used to work. Because the tap water in the kiosks/bars was connected to the same water tank that was connected up to the toilets on the exact same concourse, and the tanks that water came out of sometimes sit for weeks/months without being touched so they can just end up with general "****" ending up in the tanks. So it can be pretty harmful for someone to drink it, so there is no law (at least I think) about venues having to give out free tap water on request. :P
#34
jazmo14
That's cause it can be used as a weapon, and can hurt you pretty bad if someone throws it at ya and you get hit with the cap side :P So it's pretty much in safety of the band playin and other members of the public. Even though the majority of the people going to see a gig would like the band/artist they're seeing, so wouldnt dream of hittin them with bottles. But the things people do when they are drunk...


Anyone who's ever seen Lemmy walk onstage and be bombarded with plastic beer glasses will know all about it (and no, I've never paid to see Motorhead I used to work behind the bar at the Forum many moons ago).
#35
Thank You. just got to hope we get tickets. :roll:
#36
heat added, cheers :)
#37
Got mine, I'm on a bit a wining streak, first goodwood now london.
#38
Got some too :)
#39
No alcohol on sale, think I will give it a miss!

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