FriendsFest tickets, dates, locations and what to expect from the celebration of all things Friends

Four pictures from Friendsfest.
FriendsFest returns to the UK this summer. (Picture:

The set from much-loved TV series Friends is once again going on tour in the UK, but this time there’s even more iconic sets and activities for guests than before.

Visit Monica’s apartment, recreate that iconic title sequence on the orange sofa, grab a coffee at ‘Central Perk’ and even get married in Vegas like Ross and Rachel – FriendsFest 2020 is bringing all these fun behind-the-scenes fan experiences and more to England this summer. Could we BE any more excited?

If even a missing left phalange couldn’t keep you away from FriendsFest, here’s all the info you need on how to get tickets, where the events are taking place and what’s in store, so that we know, that you know, what we know…



How to get tickets for FriendsFest 2020 and how much are they?

Tickets for FriendsFest 2020 are on general sale now. Tickets can be purchased with SeeTickets through the official FriendsFest website


The price of tickets varies depending on if you purchased an
‘off peak’ ticket (Monday through to Thursday) or a ‘peak’ ticket for a Friday,
Saturday or Sunday.

Off peak tickets cost £26.50 for admission plus a £2.50
booking fee and peak tickets cost £31.50 plus the booking fee.

Sets from Friends at Friendsfest.
Visit the iconic sets from the show. (Picture:

The price of your ticket includes both admission to FriendsFest and the set tour.

Where is FriendsFest 2020?

FriendsFest is coming to four different locations in the UK this summer in London, Bristol, Manchester and Milton Keynes.

The dates and exact locations for each city are as follows:

  • London – Clapham Common – 26th June – 12th July 2020
  • Bristol – Blaise Castle Estate – 17th – 26th July 2020
  • Manchester – Heaton Park – 31st July – 16th August 2020
  • Willen Lake – Milton Keynes – 21st – 31st August 2020

What can you expect at FriendsFest 2020?

Like previous FriendsFest events, the 2020 tour will include both a set tour of the famous locations from the show and a variety of other fun Friends-themed activities.

The set tour experience, where you can visit all of the Friends’ famous apartments, practice your PIVOT! in a photo moment on the stairs and re-enact the iconic floating heads scene behind the door of Monica’s place, lasts about half an hour.

The cast of Friends in 'The One That Could Have Been, Part One'.
Grab a coffee in Central Perk (sadly, original Friends cast not included) (Picture: Getty Images)

After the set tour you are free to explore the rest of the
site and watch your favourite Friends episodes on a big outdoor cinema screen,
visit the memorabilia exhibition and shop a whole bunch of Friends-themed

Friendsfest organisers recommend that you allow at least two
to two and half hours for your whole visit.  

The event will also have a range of Friends-themed dining
options on the day, so you’ll be able to tuck into Joey’s Pizza, browse Phoebe’s
Vegetarian Buffay or even get a slice of cheesecake from Mama’s Little Bakery.

What’s not to like? Photo ops – good. Nostalgic memorabilia – good. Plenty of chances to eat, drink and be merry whilst watching Friends? Gooood!

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