Bongo’s Bingo Disco Inferno - XL

@ Utilita Arena

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17 June 2022 - 18 June 2022

Following on from their sold-out XL spectaculars in Manchester, Bongo’s Bingo’s double whammy of super-sized dates take place at the Utilita Arena on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June.

 

This is Bongo’s Bingo amped up to the absolute max for the North-East, with thousands of players coming together at the iconic arena. Expect loads of classic 70s, 80s and 90s tunes, crazy production and massive prizes at the biggest parties Bongo’s Bingo have ever created for Newcastle, rewinding to a vintage era. Fancy dress of course is very much encouraged but not compulsory.

 

Tickets are on sale Saturday 26th March 10am credit and midday general sale: www.bongosbingo.co.uk

 

The Newcastle host Mickey Pickles says: “We are so stoked to be bringing XL to Newcastle this summer. It’s basically Bongo’s Bingo on steroids – everything from the production to the prizes to the stage to the amount of people coming to these two shows – it’s going to be insane. Disco Inferno is the theme so we are going to have wall to wall classics and sing-a-longs all night long. We really can’t wait for Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June.”

 

Bongo’s Bingo combines the much-loved quaint pastime of bingo with a wild live show, crazy antics and weird and wonderful prizes which have created the most talked about night out in the country.  Brace for a night full of madness, mischief and shared euphoria, with hits from across the ages all night long – imagine N Trance’s Set You Free filtered via S Club and Gerry Cinnamon, to renditions of Total Eclipse of the Heart.

 

 

Bongo’s Bingo Disco Inferno – XL
Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June
Utilita Arena, Arena Way, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 7NA

Tickets and info at: www.bongosbingo.co.uk
Twitter and Instagram: @bongosbingo/ www.facebook.com/bongosbingo

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