Festibowl Packages

Standing proud in the heart of the City of London is Finsbury Square. Our emerald rinks are the centrepiece, framed by a carnival of street cuisine, sunset bars and cocktails. Come and see why everyone in town is talking about us. With bookings available from 1 – 400 people you can play with friends, challenge your colleagues or even bring your whole company for a summer away day.
Suggested number: 16/32/64/128/192 people
  • 1 hours bowling PP (w/ Bowls assistant)
  • 4 drinks PP (wine/beer/spirit mix)
  • 1 street food voucher PP
  • 2 hour of “off green” reserved space incl.
  • Event photographer
  • Prizes included

If you’re looking to host an outdoor, activity based, fun, colourful and wholly different corporate summer party/team building event then join us at Festibowl and be sure to bowl over your friends and colleagues like never before.

Welcoming small (4), medium (48) and large (400) sized parties, this all-inclusive celebration of summer which combines a shorter, faster form of lawn bowls with delicious cocktails, exotic street food, soulful summer beats and much more is the perfect way to client entertain/network and we would love you to be a part of it.

If you have what it takes to crack the jack this summer, please drop us a line and together let’s get the bowl rolling.

Previous Clients

“Sex, drugs, rock and…lawn bowls… Festibowl is putting the ‘cool’ in ’sport for old men’ for this year’s lawn bowling festival at Finsbury Square.”

- EMERALD STREET

“Lawn bowls might not usually scream “festival atmosphere”, but Festibowl is changing that perception.”

- LONDONIST

“Shuffleboard is trendy in the US, but we’ve got our own old-people sport to update. Festibowl takes over Finsbury Square this week with DJs, food, cocktails and – yep – lawn bowls.”

- TIMEOUT MAGAZINE

“Leave your white trousers (and shoes) at home – this genteel English sport is getting a laid-back makeover.”

- THE GUARDIAN

“Lawn bowls may seem as Rock’n’Roll as Coldplay and quinoa – but the public’s perception of this emblematic British game may soon change.”

- THE TELEGRAPH

“Drinks, DJs, street food, and a faster form of the traditional game makes this an offbeat sporting competition you can’t miss.”

- EMERALD STREET