After offering mobile orders at 2015’s summer event Camden Beach, The Roundhouse has again teamed up with Preoday to offer ‘In the Round’ attendees the chance to pre-order interval drinks from their smartphones.
With acts such as Gaz Coombes and John Cale, ‘In the Round’ will run from January 28th to February 6th, kicking off another busy year of live music for the popular North London venue.
After downloading the app visitors can order and pay for their drinks at any time in the lead up to the event and collect their order from Torquil’s Bar during the interval, meaning less time spent queuing, and more time enjoying the show.
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