Concert-goers will now be able to pre-order a selection of drinks from their smartphones to collect in the interval, avoiding having to stand in line and allowing audiences to enjoy the performances even more. The app is available for download from Google Play and the App Store.
The bars, restaurants and catering within Kings Place are provided by Green & Fortune.
Green & Fortune, comments, “We’re proud to offer visitors this pre-ordering facility, enhancing the experience of the venue. With this excellent service, we are certain our customers will appreciate the ability it gives us to streamline their visit and spend more time enjoying the show, the atmosphere during the interval and of course, their drink selection.”
Nick Hucker, CEO, Preoday, adds, “We are extremely pleased to work alongside Kings Place, a fantastic contemporary venue. As at other venues, we are confident that visitors will enjoy a vastly improved customer experience and will be quick to take full advantage of the opportunity to join faster-moving queues and spend more time relaxing between performances.”
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