FriendsFest Is Returning For 2019 And We Can’t Wait
If you're currently binge-watching Friends on Netflix for the eightieth time, know every line off by heart and pray every day for a reunion, we have good news for you: FriendsFest is returning for 2019.
To celebrate the beloved show's 25th anniversary (what? How is that even possible?), the TV event, which recreates the iconic sets from the series, will be bigger and better than ever.
Recreate classic Friends scenes, see original props and drink at the BRAND NEW cocktail bar :clap::clap::clap::clap:#FriendsFest is back baby! Sign up for presale tickets before midnight on Tuesday 12th! https://t.co/Bmm5mHfAcj pic.twitter.com/IHTPtL81Xw
- Comedy Central UK (@ComedyCentralUK) March 12, 2019
The 2019 anniversary edition event will tour four locations between the 2nd August to the 29th September, so you can make sure to join in with the fun in London, Bristol, Manchester, and, for the first time, in Milton Keynes.
This year, there are four new photo opportunities for die-hard fans. You can recreate the famous Thanksgiving floating heads door scene, and even play Phoebe, Rachel or Monica in the three wedding dress moment.
Favourite bits from previous years will also feature: you can put your own spin on the famous title sequence, and even channel your inner Ross as you yell "PIVOT!"
You can indulge your inner neat freak at Monica and Rachel's apartment, play Bamboozled and foosball in Joey and Chandler's flat, jump for joy and have tantrums in Ross's apartment, recreate Joey's hilarious cardboard box Porsche scene and even sip on a coffee at Central Perk.
Meanwhile, there will be original memorabilia from the set on display, and a chance to watch favourite moments from the show. You can also explore Friends-themed food stalls, take part in a quiz based around the show (we wouldn't expect anything less than full marks) and enjoy sampling drinks from a cocktail bar.
You can get pre-sale access to FriendsFest 2019 tickets here, with general tickets going on sale this Friday, 15th March. Tickets cost £29 including a booking fee. Make sure you sign up by midnight tonight for pre-sale access as tickets sell out fast.
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