From 11am every day to 11 August, it is free to enter Hyde Park to watch Olympic Games action live on huge screens, with the largest measuring 144m². The BT House will host two performances a day on the BT Vision Stage, and there is the possibility you could get a chance to meet the sporting medallists at the official Team GB Fan Zone as they also visit the park. The Main Stage has daily performances from artists such as Mcfly, Amy Macdonald, Feeder, Alexandria Burke and many more.
To get really involved with the games, there is a Have-A-Go Sports Zone as well as a Kids Zone and Cadbury House’s Joyville experience to take advantage of. All these facilities are also free of charge.
If you can’t make it to Hyde Park, then every day to 12 August, it’s free to visit Victoria Park where the best of the Olympic Games will be broadcast on three giant screens. The Sun Pub will also offer a more intimate sports viewing experience.
Like in Hyde Park, there will also be the Have-A-Go Sports Zone that will offer a range of professional Olympic and Paralympic sports participation and coaching experiences. Live music will also be spread across the 17 days, including artists such as Soul II Soul, Club de Fromage and many more.
If that is not enough free attractions for you, then there will also be a 55 metre high BT Observation Wheel, a fantastic 320-metre long Kiss Zipline above the park’s forestry, Bungee Trampolines and a 64m² Water-Zorbing Pool.
This is all available courtesy of the BT London Live partnership between the Mayor of London, The Royal Parks and London Borough of Tower Hamlets.
For full details please visit www.btlondonlive.com