Summer might be over (sob!) but there’s still plenty to get excited about this autumn. From fashion to prosecco festivals (OMG), here are the top five things to do in September.
1. See out the summer in style at Bestival 2017
One of the most magical music events of the year, Bestival gets underway at Lulworth Estate, Dorset between 7th-10th September, with headliners including The xx, Pet Shop Boys and Dizzee Rascal. This year’s fancy dress theme is all about colour – think rainbow get-ups and all the feel-good vibes. Need a last-minute ticket? Get yours here.
2. Say hey to SS18’s hottest trends at London Fashion Week
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London Fashion Week is back between 15-19th September 2017, showcasing the SS18 collections of the biggest designers, as well as playing host to VIP parties and events with the fash pack in full attendance. Keep your eye on all the style action with LFW coverage on our social channels (featuring two v special guests), and shop the latest trends – plus a limited edition jewellery collection – at the Accessorize stand at London Fashion Week Festival on 21st-24th September 2017 at The Store Studios. Book your tickets now.
3. Live your best life at the Pizza and Prosecco Festival in Manchester
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Taking place at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Trafford Park, Manchester, the Pizza and Prosecco Festival will be serving up – yep, you guessed it – pizza and prosecco to a soundtrack of sing-along tunes and live music on 16th September 2016 from 2-11pm. Tickets are priced at £15.99 and are selling out fast – get on it now, girl.
4. Chase the rainbow at the Color Run in Brighton
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The Color Run – dubbed the “Happiest 5k on the Planet” – is making its way to Brighton on 23rd September 2017, giving everyone the chance to unleash their inner unicorn. Runners will be covered from head-to-toe in rainbow shades as run, walk, skip or dance around the course – and this year, there’s a brand new Foam Zone to get stuck into too. Sign up now – tickets start from £26.
5. Get the giggles at the Liverpool Comedy Festival
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Bringing all the major LOLs to the city, The Liverpool Comedy Festival returns for its 16th year, with 150 shows held across 20 venues. The side-splitting line-up features some of the biggest names in comedy, including Rob Brydon, Micky Flanagan and Greg Davies, plus the very best of home-grown Scouse talent. Get your tickets for the two-week fun fest now, on from 15th September- 1st October 2017.