No need of spending money to enjoy 2012 Olympics live on the ground because BBC giant screen will beam the games to crowds in Victoria Park, and Hyde Park during the Olympic schedule without taking any charge for it. Just few days remain, for arriving London’s proud moment to welcome over 17,000 athletes and millions of viewers, not only from UK but all over the world to enjoy the greatest sporting event Olympics 2012 on earth. BBC (British public service broadcaster) will be out in force across all 17 days (from 27th July 2012 Friday to12th August 2012 Sunday) of Olympic events, for giving full coverage of Olympic Games ever.
With the live matches, viewers can also enjoy the performances of Sir Tom Jones, Dodgy and Alexandra Burke, and alternative rock band “Feeder”. The performance of Sir Tom Jones will be held in Hyde Park on 28th July, 2012, and just one day before free event of Victoria Park will start. BBC will not only give a chance to enjoy Olympic Games in the park, but also arrange sports sessions, outdoor arts, music and entrainment for more fun. Not one or two screen will be set in the Hyde Park to watch games in this summer, but it will arrange more than six big screens to enjoy games in the largest viewing area of UK.
Victoria park is another location where BBC will set two big screens and series of smaller ones to show live BBC coverage of 2012 London Olympic games. The entry of the park is totally free from 28th July to 11th august. It will also telecast live coverage of Opening and Closing Ceremonies from nearby Olympic stadium, but unfortunately you can enjoy it by paying some decided fees. Just like Hyde Park, you can also get pleasure from the performance of Norman Jay, Alexandra Burke and Courtney Pine. It will also arrange variety of paid attractions like 50m-high observation wheel and zip wire. As per previous Olympic viewer’s record, per day 5, 00,000 are predictable to watch the sporting battle on the Big Screens and enjoy the live Olympic event all over the country.
The location detail of BBC Big Screens is also available on the official page of BBC (www.bbc.co.uk). You can discover your local BigScreen@LiveSite by just selecting the name of the place. The location is given with complete details about runway direction and address. For explaining locations more accurately, it gives map for each location. Each location page is also described with its Olympic and Paralympics events including dates, so you don’t need to visit any other place for getting event guideline about your searching place where you want to enjoy Olympic Games on BBC Big Screens.
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