The following upcoming events are all expected to occur in England at some point during Springtime, which officially started on Monday, March 20th, and will end on Wednesday, June 21st.
Some of the major events include royal celebrations, music concerts, and sporting events, to name a few.
For any casino lovers out there, however, one of the most exciting is the “Resident DJ Night”, which is happening at the Metropolitan Casino in the swanky upmarket area of Mayfair. Of course, with the online casino market reaching as much as 65.3 billion USD last year, it’s clear that the digital world is starting to take over from the traditional. But whether you’re playing an exclusive LeoVegas table online or a real-life table in Mayfair, there is just as much opportunity to put your skills to the test. The differences are there, of course. Online slots can allow you to play your favourite games from the comfort of your own home, often with a wider variety of tournaments and around the clock access. But there is also a kind of romanticism about traditional casinos, and that can especially be felt in Mayfair’s “Resident DJ” experience.
What is the ‘Resident DJ’ experience like at the Metropolitan Casino in Mayfair?
Every Friday and Saturday evening, the Metropolitan Casino in London’s upmarket Mayfair has a ‘Resident DJ’ experience to create a fun, sophisticated, and unique experience.
Whether you’re trying your luck at the tables or playing the slots, the Metropolitan Casino Resident DJ nights offer an evening of entertainment like no other land-based casino.
The in-house DJ specialises in bringing you the coolest deep house and lounge house tunes to create a relaxed and unforgettable experience. The venue is located at 14 Old Park Lane, W1K 1ND. It’s open from 2 pm until 6 am, and membership is FREE.
The Metropolitan Casino Mayfair is also home to Will Gosnold – one of the nation’s top dealers. He ended up finishing in an impressive second place overall in the 2023 UK Dealer Championships. He also scooped the ‘Best Chipper’ and ‘Best Chip Handler’ awards.
Don’t forget to keep an eye out for Will at the tables if you attend the Resident DJ Night to see him in action. The casino is also famous for The Mayfair Suite (private rooms available), the latest electronic touch-screen slots, and other electronic gaming machines.
While you’re there, make sure you check out the Roulette, Blackjack and Punto Banco (baccarat) tables, plus an exciting hidden gem called the Gaming Terrace.
The friendly and professionally trained team at Metropolitan Casino is well known for providing guests with the highest quality services, and the unique gaming space offers plenty of style and comfort. Metropolitan Mayfair Casino is fully licensed and regulated by the Great Britain Gambling Commission.
Upcoming Spring events in April 2023
One of the biggest Spring events you can still look forward to this month is the Grand National horse racing event, which kicks off on Thursday, April 13th, and ends on Saturday, April 15th, with the main event scheduled to start at 17:15 GMT on the final day.
The current odds-on favourite to win the 2023 Randox Grand National is a horse called Corach Rambler, which is currently priced at 5/1 in the UK fractional odds format. This means that Corach Rambler has a 16.00% chance of winning.
Other favourites to win are Noble Yeats (8/1), Delta Work (9/1), and Gaillard du Mesnil (11/1). If you fancy an outsider, you may be interested in Born by the Sea (100/1), Francky du Berlais (100/1), Captain Cattistock (150/1) or Mortal (150/1).
Some of the other fun Spring events to look forward to in April are the Highland Games (date yet to be confirmed), the London Marathon (April 23rd), St. George’s Day (also April 23rd), and the Cheltenham Jazz Festival (April 26th to May 1st).
You also have the Spirit of Speyside Distilled Food & Drink Festival (April 26th to May 1st), Liverpool Sound City (April 28th to 30th), and the Tweed Love Bike Festival (April 29th-30th).
The following events are all scheduled to take place at some point in May 2023
- Brighton Festival (May 6th – 28th)
- Women’s FA Cup Final (May 14th)
- Chelsea Flower Show (May 23rd – 27th)
- Hay Festival of Literature and Arts (May 25th – June 4th)
- Blenheim Palace Food Festival (May 27th – 29th)
- RideLondon (May 28th)
Finally, if you’re still looking for more things to do before the end of Springtime, some of the events you can attend are the Cazoo Derby Festival, Trooping the Colour, the Emirates FA Cup Final, the Whole Earth Man Vs Horse Marathon, and the Taste of London Festival.