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First-class food, incredible drinks, and unbelievably great entertainment – all with spectacular views of the London skyline. If you’re looking to where to go next this summer, London In The Sky should be first on your list. Taking al fresco dining to new heights, the capital's favourite pop up dining experience hosts its longest ever season, with all tickets now on sale including new releases for July and August.
London's thrilling dining experience has finally returned to the O2. Taking off just in time for summer, the infamous al fresco experience will once again suspend diners 100ft in the sky, offering top-notch brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, sunset dinner and cocktail flights available to book now. Following a successful 2021 London In The Sky will return for over 3 months, marking its longest season to date and celebrating the first restriction-free summer in two years.
Promising unrivalled panoramic views of London that will take visitor's breath away, along with a world-class dining experience, London In The Sky will begin boarding passengers from Thursday 19th May. With specially curated food and drink menus by award-winning caterer Dish, guests can sit back and relax at one of the two 22-seat tables as chefs prepare food and drinks, all while suspended in the sky.
Every weekend of the season, London In The Sky will welcome a feel good festival vibe with long afternoons of live music acts. Guests can soak up the party atmosphere on the ground before and after their flight. Those who attend the launch weekend will be luckier still with 5 whole days of surprise DJs, entertainment and more.
To add to the excitement, London In The Sky are offering customers 10% off all flights booked for May with code LITS-FLYFIRST10 .
You can book a seat at London's world-class dining experience at londoninthesky.co.uk. Tickets start at £79 per person, with corporate group bookings also available. Flights will run from 09:00 to 21:00 from Thursday 19th May to Monday 29th August.
The O2 is located just 15 minutes from central London and is easily accessible by road, tube and Uber Boat by Thames Clippers.
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