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It’s back and better than ever: HSBC London Sevens ‘Feast of Rugby’

 

HSBC World Rugby Seven Series returns to London in May 2017 to celebrate the finale weekend with its best event yet

 

Following the success of last year’s event, ‘Feast of Rugby’ will yet again transform Twickenham into the ultimate match day, combining world-class rugby with gourmet international street food. 2017 sees the revamped finale of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series enhanced into an unrivaled festival experience for die-hard rugby fans, food lovers and friends and families alike.

 

This season, fans will have the opportunity to celebrate the gastronomy of the competing nations, get a thrill on vintage-themed fairground rides and bop along to live music, all while watching world-class athletes in action. With additions that include in-bowl pop-up dining and a kids’ club, this premium event offers entertainment and great food for all age groups.

 

Due to the high demand for tickets last year, and the success of the new-and-improved finale event, the number of tickets available on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st May has been expanded from 35,000 per day to 50,000 per day, giving avid rugby enthusiasts and newcomer crowds the chance to enjoy the “Feast-ival” experience.

 

The new-look weekend has been epitomized in detailed illustrations by award-winning UK artist, Steve Simpson. His vibrant designs capture the lively atmosphere and variety of entertainment on offer for attendees.

 

For those fans that could not fly to Rio for the Olympic Games in 2016, this event offers fans the chance to watch the world’s best sevens players play at Twickenham.

 

The London round of the tournament will once again be the final event of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series that is already underway.

 

How do I get tickets?

To enjoy a feast of rugby at the HSBC London Sevens, secure one of 100,000 exclusive tickets by booking today. Click here for more information and to book tickets.

 

 

How much are tickets?

Day passes from £30. Weekend passes from £40. Children under 16 from £5.

 

When?

20th and 21st May 2017

 

Where?

Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Rd, Twickenham TW2 7BA

 

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