The owner of a food and wine bar in south London has offered to sell a tent for the Festival of the City, a public event which runs from September 13 to 15.
It comes after the government said it was looking at extending the festival to more parts of London.
The event has seen thousands of people flock to the city to celebrate music, art and art and cultural events.
The festival is held on the banks of the Thames and takes place every four years, with more than 150,000 people taking part.
It attracts some of the biggest names in the UK, including Justin Bieber, Kanye West and Ed Sheeran.
The organisers have said that while the tent will be used for food, it will be held in an open space.
The tent will cost around £1.8 million.
The auction house is selling off the tent in a bid to raise money for the festival.
The company is selling the tent for £1 on its website.
The site also has a picture of the tent with the slogan “a new and exciting way to enjoy the festival”.
The festival takes place each year at different locations in London including Trafalgar Square and Victoria Embankment.
“The tent is the ideal venue for the opening of the festival and we are confident it will appeal to all tastes,” said Mark Lomax, the company’s director of sales and marketing.
The tent will not be able to accommodate a large number of people, said Mr Lomix.
He said the company was working closely with the organisers to ensure the festival did not change too much in the future.
However, the tent has raised questions from some of those attending, with some saying they were worried the tent would not be a good place to gather.
A spokesperson for the London Borough of Lambeth said: “We have worked closely with [the] festival organisers to create a great space for the community.
The decision to extend the festival was taken with the understanding that the tents are not suitable for festival-goers, and the festival will continue to operate without them.”
We would be delighted to host other artists and festivals to the festival, as long as the use of the tents is appropriate for the area and does not change the festival’s overall ambience.
“The festival is currently the biggest public event in the capital and is attended by thousands of revellers.
Mr Lomac said he had no plans to make changes to the tents or the festival at the moment.
But the tent was not the only thing to sell off.
The food and drink bar has also sold off a tent in the city centre, where it was held in the same building.
There is no word yet on the price of the event, which has attracted a lot of attention.