Bdo organisers praise crowds behaviour
Bdo will host a series of “celebration zones” in 2015 that will celebrate the festival’s 10th anniversary.
These events will feature events such as “party music nights”, a live performance of new BDO tracks by DJs,포커 performances by celebrity DJs and special events such as Bdo “world-class” tours and performances at its main site.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption David O’Neill, BDO Festival founder: “It’s more about celebrating what we do than what we don’t”
On Thursday, the BDO’s chief executive David O’Neill welcomed the popularity of his event series.
“As I always say, it’s about celebrating what we do than what we don’t, and as a result the next 10 years will be a lot more fun for the next 10 years,” he told the BBC.
Bdo’s 10th anniversary, he added, was a “fundamental moment for us”.
The event series, which runs from May to the end of October, attracted 2,000 people to the site on Sunday.
Image copyright BDO Festival Image caption David O’Neill with organisers David Green and Brian Stokes in a video statement about the event series
Analysis The first event series in December 2015 has gone on to become one of the longest running events in the festival’s history. Many have become famous – with more than 150,000 likes – and others have received awards, including the top award for Outstanding Performers. The events take place as a two-week festival, with a total prize draw of £1.5m. Since 2008, there have been four separate “events” based in Nottingham, and there is not a day that goes by without a new event at BDO. These series have become the “bread and butter” of BDO festival포커s but the company remains relatively tight-lipped about exactly where exactly they are going next. But last year BDO chief executive, David O’Neill, was involved in the event series. He is planning the next series, which will take place next year in the city of Brighton.
‘We are creating new communities’
He said: “We have a very important role to play in that and it’s about creating new communities and a new way of doing things for the future of BDO.”
Mr O’Neill, who is part of a new generation of B오바마카지노DO managers, added that BDO’s “bi