Red Bull - Ticketing Terms and Conditions
RED BULL COMPANY LIMITED TICKETING TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Definitions and Interpretations Event: Music concert, sporting event, participation event or any other live event taking place at any Venue. Event Organiser: Red Bull Company Limited, 42-56 Earlham St, London, WC2H 9LA Force Majeure: means any cause beyond the Event Organiser’s control, including, without limitation, any act of God, war, insurrection, riot, civil disturbances, acts of terrorism, pandemic or epidemic, fire, explosion, flood, death of the Sovereign, national mourning, theft of essential equipment, malicious damage, strike, lock out, weather, national defence requirements or acts or regulations of national or local governments. Ticket: Ticket, electronic Ticket, wristband, right of admission email or any other device giving the owner the right to attend an Event. Venue: Any area in which Event(s) take place. You/Your: Any person seeking admission to an Event at a Venue. 2. General Terms By completing the purchase of your Ticket(s) and/or using such a Ticket to enter the Event, you demonstrate your agreement to the following terms and conditions with Red Bull Company Limited (the “Event Organiser”). Any person who is in breach of these terms and conditions (the “Ticketing Terms and Conditions”) may be removed from the Event without right to refund, compensation or re-admission. Please note, any specific terms stated at the point of Ticket purchase shall take precedence over these Ticketing Terms and Condi
The best boutique hotels in Sydney
Boutique hotels offer a delicate balance between creatively luxe interiors and intimate (and often innovative) spaces. In Sydney, you'll find high-quality accommodation built into smaller heritage properties, with fewer rooms, more relaxed service and a greater local focus. You'll feel right at home in a residential suburb, surrounded by local bars and cute cafés but still within striking distance of the city’s most exciting dining and entertainment hubs. We've tried and tested the best boutique venues Sydney has to offer, found in the central business district and as far out as the city’s beach suburbs. This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, click here. Looking for a fancier guestroom? Check out our pick of the finest luxury hotels in the city.
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Summer is fast approaching, and all you can think about is rooftop drinks, festivals and that long-awaited overseas holiday. But you know what? You’ve gotta make sure you’re thinking about elevating your weekdays, too. And for just a cheeky £5, you could spend your time before work, at lunchtime or after you clock off learning new skills and having a really fun time. Our Time Out Curates series has made a mighty return to Samsung KX in Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross, and is inviting some of London’s finest indie makers and organisations to run creative workshops, events and more. What’s more, every class allows you to use some of Samsung’s futuristic technology, whether that’s a tablet, smartwatch or even smart appliances such as an oven or fridge. Here’s a selection of some of the exciting new and popular returning events…
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Seven experiences you can only have in Hawaii
Not only is Hawaii one of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful, unique places in the world—it's incredibly convenient to get there from Los Angeles. In the same time it'd take you to get to New York, you could be sinking your toes into golden Hawaiian sand. There are loads of direct flights available and if you're savvy, you can score decent fares, too. But that's not all: to help you explore everything Hawaii has to offer, Hilton is offering an “Another Night on Us”* deal. When you book a minimum length of stay (between three and seven nights, depending on the specific hotel), you’ll get an additional night for free! You’ll definitely be able to put that bonus day to good use during your Hawaii getaway…
Create the perfect plant-based pizza with Ivy Stark Mexology
Looking for ways to go more plant-based? This could well be the answer. Vegan cheese is a bit of a gooey minefield. There are ones that don’t melt, ones with a rubbery texture, ones that are weirdly too sweet, and ones that just aren’t… good. But we’ve found a way to satisfy your cheesy cravings. Violife’s award-winning range is enjoyed by people of all palates and dietary requirements; perfectly melting into your mac and cheese, sliced in your sandwiches, spread on your bagel, or sprinkled on your pasta. Violife is the 100% vegan solution that tastes and cooks just like cheese. The best part, it’s accessible to all diets and free from allergens like nuts, soy, or gluten. Not convinced? Get yourself down to Time Out Market New York for the ultimate introduction to the good stuff. This experience comes sponsored by Violife, with the expert herself, Ivy Stark at Mexology guiding you as you make your own mouth-watering Mexican-inspired pizzas with Violife vegan cheese and vegan chorizo, alongside a signature Prickly Pear cocktail – all the ingredients and a Time Out apron will be provided. A staple in the city’s dining scene, Chef Stark has earned a cult following for her refined, flavor-packed tacos, innovative platos, and hearty sharing plates across a menu of elevated authentic favorites. Photograph: Courtesy Ivy Stark Mexology Learn from the master herself on May 21 and June 11, where you’ll cook with Violife’s top-tier collection of plant-based cheeses. You’ll be making
Head to Seven Dials for glorious al fresco dining
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The 19 best options for flower delivery in Chicago
People like receiving flowers—everybody knows that. So thankfully, if you live in Chicago, you've got a whole host of brilliant flower delivery services right on your doorstep. When in doubt, there's nothing like a huge bouquet of flowers to brighten someone's day—and in a city like ours, you've got plenty of top-notch options to choose from. We've assembled a list of the best family-owned stores, as well as national flower delivery services, to get the job done for Mother's Day (yes, even when you've procrastinated and need same-day service). Whether you're aiming to send a bountiful bundle of peonies or want to wow with an extra-unique arrangement, you're sure to rustle up just the right bouquet with the help of these talented Chicago florists. RECOMMENDED: The best Mother’s Day brunches in Chicago This article includes affiliate links. These links have no influence on our editorial content. For more information, click here.
The five most essential Philly cheesesteaks that you can have delivered
It’s safe to say that no city in the world is as closely linked to an item of food as Philadelphia is to the cheesesteak. According to local legend, Philadelphian brothers Pat and Harry Olivieri were the first people to ever serve chopped steak on an Italian roll with onions and cheese. A local cab driver is believed to have bought the first-ever Philly Cheesesteak for ten cents back in 1933. By 1940 Pat had even opened up his own cheesesteak stand, more on which alter. Over the last 85 years, though, there have been many threats to Philadelphia’s cheesesteak throne. Pretty much every street in the city has at least one restaurant serving them up. Didn't know you could actually get them delivered? Well here you go, click below to find out which are the top five.
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Got a little pent-up rage you need to get out? Maybe you’re looking to challenge yourself with a new activity? Whatever your craving may be, Live Axe is sure to accommodate. Paring cocktails, delicious food, and axe throwing, this is somewhere that’s sure to provide hours of entertainment. This industrial-style space boasts seven enclosed cages with dedicated target-emblazoned lanes across its 10,000 square feet, as well as three more cages in a private space downstairs (which also has a private bar). As for the decor you can expect to find graffiti murals, a DJ booth, and black leather sofas around the space accentuating the cool vibe. When you’re not practicing your aim, you can enjoy stacked sandwiches and slices of pizza alongside Viking-style turkey legs. These can be paired with cocktails poured into suitable freaky skull mugs. Bookings cost $45 per person for 45 minutes with 2-4 people, and you can book up to 90 mites for parties of 9 -12. While there’s a club-like vibe, you will be kept safe with ‘cage captain’ keeping a watchful eye over your throwing.