What’s better than a party? Some might suggest that it’s party on wheels. It’s time to immerse yourself in Veuve Clicquot’s summer experience
What’s better than a party? Some might suggest that it’s party on wheels. And that’s exactly what luxury champagne brand Veuve Clicqout are delivering this summer, with their inaugural tour of events and festivals around the UK. Their airstream caravan of bubbly indulgence is by far the most retro festival cart we’ve seen. And to make it even more exciting, rapper and producer Tinie Tempah is joining them for the ride.
Vueve Clicquot is the perfect partner to compliment the most exclusive summer time events. From the Goodwood Festival of speed, to Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup at Cowdray Park. With the untimely knock out of the English football team, the champagne company ensures a summer that is still full of exciting sporting and musical events on your doorstep.
Rapper and producer Tempah, along with his label Disturbing London, have hand picked incredible DJ talent to play at several sporting events this summer. Luxury champagne and sporting events, do seem to be ideal teammates. Magnums and bottles of Veuve Clicquot will be served at every location, alongside art, design and a DJ space.
The tour hits the road with Goodwood Festival of speed (28th June), the racing weekend that partners vintage fashion with classic cars. DJ trio All About She are the playing at the first stop. With their hit ‘Higher’ amongst the dance anthems of last summer, their EP ‘Go Slow’ will undoubtedly create the sounds that go perfectly with champagne. The next stop is the Veuve Clicquot Polo on the Beach event. Golden sand and a golden flute of champagne is sure to be a blissful weekend on 5th and 6th July at Watergate Bay. Tinie Tempah himself joins the tour at one of the most prestigious polo matches and social events of the season: the Veuve Clicquot Gold Cup on 20th July at Cowdray Park. “It’s all about enjoying life, and doing it in style,” Tempah says. “Veuve Clicquot is all about spontaneity.”
Indeed, this is reflected in the unpredictable nature of the sporting world. Tempah added that he was excited to collaborate with Veuve Clicquot to support local musical talent throughout the UK. ‘[We’ve] selected some of the top emerging British DJs.”
A weekend of music, arts and culture is expected in the airstream’s final stop off. Veuve Clicquot will make its final pit stop at Festival No. 6, accompanied by Capital Xtra DJ Charlesy, whose hype and performance energy will be the perfect end to the festival season.
Words: Remy Millar