The British Olympic Association (BOA), and supporting partners BP and Nissan, are offering the chance to rub shoulders with Olympians past and present as tables and tickets for The British Olympic Ball are now on sale.
Being hosted at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane on 30th October, 2013, The Ball will be winter themed and celebrate just 100 days to go before the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
The event will be chaired by two of Britainâ€™s most successful Olympians of all time, representing the best of both the Summer and Winter Games, who will both give speeches on the night.
Sir Steve Redgrave CBEÂ won five gold medals in consecutive Games during an Olympic rowing career that stretched over 16 years and for many years he stood as Team GBâ€™s most decorated Olympian ever.
Amy Williams MBE won Team GBâ€™s first individual gold medal at an Olympic Winter Games for 30 years as she slid to victory in the bob skeleton at the Vancouver 2010 Games.
The Ball will be attended by more than 400 guests as well as a host of London 2012 medal-winning Olympians and winter sport athletes hoping to be on the plane to Sochi in February 2014.
Live entertainment from music talent will be announced closer to the evening.
BOA Chairman Lord Coe, who will be attending on the night, gives his support to the event.
He said: â€œOff the back of the success of Team GB at London 2012, and with only 100 days to go to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games on the day of The Ball, a new generation of athletes is emerging who have the talent and drive to inspire our country.
â€œTogether, we have the opportunity to support Britainâ€™s Olympic athletes by attending The British Olympic Ball 2013 â€“ and in so doing, we will make certain Team GB continues to benefit from the world-class resources and support required to excel on the worldâ€™s greatest sporting stage, the Olympic Winter and Summer Games.â€
Athlete Chair Sir Steve is looking forward to the evening and encouraged people to support Team GB.
â€œThe British Olympic Ball has become a regular fixture in my diary over the years,â€ said the five-time Olympian.
â€œIt provides the public with the opportunity to mix with some of the best sportspeople in the country and play a part in their quest for Olympic glory.
â€œItâ€™s always a fun evening as athletes donâ€™t often get to have a night off if theyâ€™re in a heavy training block so people get to see a different, lighter side to their personality.â€
Williams, who is also a Team GB 2014 Ambassador, urged people to attend, highlighting the vital role of The Ball in sending Team GB to the Games.
â€œBy attending the Ball you can know that youâ€™re helping Team GB to be the best that our athletes can be,â€ said the Olympic gold medallist.
â€œWe need to capitalise on the support Team GB received during the London 2012 Games and keep that feeling going to give our winter Olympians the best possible chance of succeeding.
â€œThe BOA always does a brilliant job in putting on the Ball and encouraging people to donate. Winter sports donâ€™t always get the same support that summer sports do so anything we can do to help them is always appreciated.â€
Gold tables are already sold out so make sure you secure your place at The British Olympic Ball soon.