Boozy bank holiday revellers pack out bars after coronation concert

Boozy bank holiday revellers pack out bars after coronation concert

Back on the beers! Boozy bank holiday revellers pack out bars as they hit the town after King Charles’ coronation concert comes to an end

  • Bank holiday revellers packed out the pubs to make the most of Monday off  

Boozy revellers headed out into the early hours of this morning to celebrate King Charles’ Coronation and make the most of the unusual long weekend.

Pubs and clubs across the country were packed out all night long following the end of the King’s Coronation Concert that saw stars such as Katy Perry and Lionel Richie perform at Windsor Castle.   

While thousands tuned in at home to watch the impressive concert, which saw 20,000 spectators sit alongside the royal family at their estate, on their televisions others chose to spend the night in boozers. 

An army of revellers and royal fans enjoyed lukewarm temperatures as they ventured out, avoiding rainy downpours that many faced yesterday as they celebrated the new monarch in London.

In Leeds, partygoers donned crowns, Union Jacks and other fancy-dress gear for their night out on the town.

It is the second bank holiday weekend of three to take place this month, with workers enjoying the May Bank holiday last weekend and the late May Bank holiday taking place three weeks today.

A group of revellers in Leeds were pictured in a range of dress-up costumes, including a number of characters from the Nintendo game Mario and Luigi, holding up a large Union Jack flag 

Three women dressed up ready to go out on bar-filled Greek Street in Leeds city centre 

Two women heading out in Leeds city centre make the most of the extra bank holiday weekend gifted to the public to celebrate the King’s Coronation 

A bunch of friends head out on a boozy night out in Leeds in fancy dress, including  one man dressed as Vicky Pollard from Little Britain and two men dressed as the 118 men 

Two women, one dressed up wearing a crown while the other looks like a dragon, don a Union Jack as they head out in Leeds

Two women pose for the camera as they head out in lukewarm temperatures in Leeds to celebrate the long weekend 

Three women in Leeds head out to make the most of the extra May bank holiday weekend

A group of women, and one man, dress up as police officers as they head out for a boozy Sunday night in Leeds 

Revellers in Leeds, including one man dressed up as the Joker, were seen making the most of having Monday off 

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