FriendsFest arrives in the UK this summer - tickets are on sale now

FriendsFest returns to the UK this summer, and tickets are on sale this week.

All fans of the incredibly popular TV series "Friends" will not miss this event. This is the most suitable place to not only remember the life and adventures of Monica, Chandler, Rachel, Joe and Ross, but also personally become a part of the cult series.

This summer, "Friends" will visit six major cities in the UK for 12 weeks. As part of the festival, fans will have the opportunity to explore the main places from the series, as well as recreate favorite moments from the show.

You can wander around Monica's apartment and sit on the famous couch or go on a visit to the next apartment of Joey and Chandler. There you can relax in the canoe, which the guys used instead of the armchairs when they were robbed.

It will not do without the famous coffee house Central Perk, where everyone can take a cup of coffee and relax on a cozy yellow couch or play the Phoebe’s guitar.

This year the organizers of the festival prepared a pleasant surprise for the fans of the series. Now it will be possible to visit not only the apartment of Monica and her neighbor-boys, but also to visit the housing of an eccentric anthropologist - Ross.

FriendsFest tickets went on sale at 10:00 on Thursday, 29th of March. They are available on the SeeTickets website. The ticket price is £27.50, including the reservation fee.

Dates of FriendsFest 2018

Glasgow - from 6th to 15th of July.

Newcastle upon Tyne - from 20th to 29th of July.

Manchester - from 3rd to 12th of August.

Bristol - from August 24th to September 2nd.

Brighton - from 7th to 16th of September.

London - from 21st to 30th of September.

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