Welcome to PS Event – the Special Events Calendar, which lists the dates, telephone numbers and addresses for famous national events which take place annually in the UK.
Events on the PS Calendar
The Grand National – the most famous annual horse race in the UK which takes place in early April, contact Aintree Racecourse to purchase your ticket and to get information about each of the runners.
MCM Comic Con London – a popular convention for lovers of sci-fi, anime and video games, please contact a representative on their general enquires telephone number before ordering your ticket.
Goodwood Festival of Speed – a prestigious hill-climb event and motorsport show featuring modern cars alongside classic vehicles. You can contact their ticket office using the numbers listed on PS Event to book hospitality passes and for further information about the super-cars which will be running on the day.
The Formula 1 British Grand Prix is the most prestigous motor race in the country, contact Silverstone race track to book tickets for the F1 race and to add hospitality packages such as hotels to your booking.
The Bournemouth Air Festival offers free aeronautical displays of sheer brilliance from the RAF and Red Arrows on the sandy beaches of this south coast resort town.
Blackpool Illuminations is an annual free light show with a famous ‘big turn on’ event that takes every September in the coastal town.
The Robin Hood Festival takes place each September in the Sherwood Forest Country Park in Nottingham, involving a range outdoor activities and medieval themed performances for the whole family.
Each October, in London’s iconic Regents Park, is the prestigious Frieze Art Fair that exhibits the work of many high profile contemporary artists from across the globe.
You may even like to get involved in the Christmas Jumper Day charity event, which takes place every December and is hosted by Save the Children.
In the UK capital city of London there is a spectacular New Years Eve fireworks show involving some of their most famous landmarks, including the London Eye and Big Ben.