Looking for tickets or info for the Get Happy Tour 2018 featuring Bowling for Soup, Army of Freshmen and The Aquabats?

This domain name was used for the Get Happy Tour back in its original run around 10 years ago, when I used to do work for BFS and AOF. However, for the past 5 years it has been used for my travel blog as I never thought we would have another Get Happy Tour and I didn't want it to go to waste.

But as a favour to two bands who have done a lot for me over the years, and so you don't miss out, ticket info is:
O2 Presale: 10am on 25 September
General Onsale: 10am on 27 September.

Tickets available from ticketmaster.co.uk and bowlingforsoup.com
 


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Charlie : London 2012 Olympic Games

August 13th, 2012 No comments

Charlie has spent the past few weeks helping me volunteer at the London 2012 Olympic Games. While not foreign travel he did travel all around London, and helped me in my duties driving Park Yong-Sun (The President of the Korean Olympic Committee), so think that a post here is required.

As the person I was driving was extremely busy we visited a lot of places in London including hotels and restaurants in the city itself, the Excel Arena, Wembley Arena and Stadium, Eton Dorney rowing venue, Greenwich, Greenwich Park, North Greenwich Arena (The O2), Lord’s Cricket Ground, The Royal Artillery Barracks, Brunel University, Heathrow Airport, The Olympic Park and the Athlete’s Village. He even had a chance to come with me to the Closing Ceremony after I was given a ticket by the Korean Olympic Committee as a gift to thank me for my work during the games. I didn’t have a chance to take as many photos as I would have like, but here are a selection.

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Charlie in the London 2012 Athlete’s Village

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Charlie at Brunel University

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Charlie at the Olympic Rings in the Residential Zone of the Athlete’s Village

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Charlie in the Olympic Park

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Charlie in the Olympic Park

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Charlie in the Olympic Park

I had a great time during London 2012, and will remember these weeks for a very long time.

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