The Lucozade YES campaign 2011

January – November 2011

YES is a campaign that highlights those moments, whether you’re a rock star or skateboarding in the park, when everything comes together at the right time and the energy starts to flow.In 2011 Splendid enabled the UK public to share in and experience their very own YES moments.


Splendid was tasked with bringing to life the Lucozade YES campaign and engaging the specific target audiences of Lucozade Sport, Sport Lite and Energy with tailored campaigns, using music as the focal point.

Strategy & Execution

Our strategy focused on offering exclusives to specific media to drive coverage and views around the launch of the ads. We then created events to engage the public and announce the release of each ad’s music track.

  • Tinie Tempah exclusive (Mar): With Tinie Tempah the new face of Lucozade Sport, Splendid hosted an exclusive photo shoot in the Hollywood Hills with the rapper and the stars of the new ad.
  • Boxing event for ‘Sport’ (Mar): To launch the new ad, Splendid organised an exclusive event in a graffiti-covered underground London venue. The unique mash-up of drumming and boxing event brought the ad to life and coincided with a media splash announcing the Lucozade Sport and Tinie Tempah partnership.
  • Ministry of Sound event for ‘Sport Lite’ (Jun): To promote Lucozade Sport Lite, Splendid focused on the lighter side of sport. We created a unique event at the Ministry of Sound to launch a new roller-skating ad with DJ Fresh premiering its soundtrack ‘Louder’ to the party crowd. It also featured world-renowned freestyle skateboarder Kilian Martin, the LA Rollergirls who starred in the ad and a team of free runners who all helped the advert race to a million views on YouTube. A month later ‘Louder’ was No. 1 in the UK singles chart and Splendid added a new gold disc to its wall.
  • Music festival activation for ‘Energy’ (Jul-Nov): For Lucozade Energy, Splendid engaged a team of magazine writers and bloggers to become the drink’s roving reporters at a series of UK music festivals. Bret Domino and the Goldie Lookin’ Chain drove traffic to the new Lucozade Energy ad by producing their own pastiches on YouTube.
  • Limited edition bottles (Oct-Nov): Lucozade’s ‘Year of Music’ culminated with the YES List: 7 flavours, 7 bottles and 7 exclusive designs by 7 artists including Plan B, Tinie Tempah, Calvin Harris and Wretch 32. Splendid arranged a series of interviews with Plan B to drive interest ahead of the limited edition bottle launch with a star-studded event timed for when the bottles hit the shops.


• More than 300 pieces of coverage across print, online and broadcast.

• The Lucozade ads received more than 2 million YouTube hits in a month.

• DJ Fresh’s ‘Louder’, the soundtrack to the Sport Lite ad went straight to Number 1 in the UK charts, sold more than 400,000 copies to go ‘Gold’ and was the biggest selling pre-ordered download ever.

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