WeWork threw yet another epic summer camp in the UK for its employees and members -- here's what happened

Screen Shot 2017 08 23 at 3.28.24 PMWeWork/InstagramThe WeWork Summer Camp event tents.

For the sixth year in a row, WeWork, the $US20 billion company that rents out shared office spaces, has hosted an epic weekend-long summer camp for both its employees and the members who rent its spaces.

Hosted this year for the first time in the United Kingdom, about 2,000 employees and 3,000 guests flew from all over the world to attend the festivities.

From sleeping in gorgeous teepees, to canoeing, to archery, and live shows that included Florence + the Machine — everyone had access to a slew of activities. Ahead, a look what must have been a fantastic weekend.  

Guests were greeted with bright, colourful welcome flags.

The weekend took place in Eridge Park, a 3,000 acre private park complete with woods, rolling hills, and lakes.

Ticket prices for the weekend depended on lodging -- from around $448 for those who wanted to pitch their own tents, up to $1,280 for those who stayed in a 'Pop Up Suite.'

Tickets were all-inclusive for the weekend's events, which included a slew of activities.

Morning yoga by the lake was available to early risers.

Archery was also available to try out.

DJs played at the roller disco parties.

Employees wore their company pride.

Teams gladly posed for group pictures.

A tye-dye tent allowed you to create your own custom shirt.

Sports such as volleyball, basketball, rounders, and ping pong were set up for employees to play and compete.

Canoe rides on the lake were a perfect mid-day activity ...

... unless it started raining.

Though it looks like it cleared up for at least one evening drink.

At night, entertainment was provided on the stages.

Florence + the Machine was one of the headliners...

... along with Two Door Cinema.

The crowd went wild.

All in all, it looked like a jam-packed weekend.

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