The Greatest Christmas Party 2019

Date: 9 Jan 2020

Ricoh Arena began the New Year with some festive cheer after revealing a bumper attendance for its annual Christmas parties.

More than 7,000 revellers packed into Ricoh Arena’s Ericsson Indoor Arena across four nights in December to witness a circus-themed performance from a troupe of entertainers alongside a three-course meal - making it one of the venue’s best ever festive seasons.

The venue has already confirmed its theme for this coming December, called Venetian Nights – The Masquerade Ball, which will include masked choreographed performances, singers, a three-course meal and fairground rides.

Caroline Lissaman, Head of Events at Ricoh Arena, said: “Ricoh Arena is fast becoming one of the go-to venues for Christmas parties.

“Not only can party-goers sample a unique performance from the comfort of their own dining table, they can also have fun on fairground rides, have a dance afterwards, and then carry on their own party afterwards at our on-site Grosvenor Casino.

“We’re thrilled with the response that we had to last year’s celebrations, and we’re currently planning how we try to emulate this success for 2020’s celebrations with what is a quirky theme this year.

“A lot of spaces get snapped up by businesses who have big groups in the early part of the year – particularly when our theme has been announced - so we’d recommend registering an interest in this year’s coming event now.”

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About Ricoh Arena

Ricoh Arena is one of the UK’s most versatile venues for live sport, music, conferences and exhibitions, putting the Midlands on the map as a leading destination for events.

The venue boasts a 32,000-seater stadium bowl alongside the 6,000 square metre Ericsson Indoor Arena and 80 versatile suites for meetings. There is also an onsite 121-bedroom DoubleTree by Hilton hotel and Grosvenor casino.

The Coventry-based venue is within a two-hour car journey of 75 per cent of the UK, and is twenty minutes away from Birmingham Airport.