Exclusive pre-sale offer allows fans to buy tickets before general release
O2 Priority Tickets for Nina Nesbitt and Earth, Wind & Fire are available now.
Nina Nesbitt hits the road in May. The solo singer, who released debut album ‘Peroxide’ in 2014 and will release new EP ‘Modern Love’ later this month (February), will perform live at Birmingham’s O2 Institute2, Scala in London and Newcastle’s O2 Academy 2.
Nina Nesbitt will play:
Birmingham, O2 Institute2 (May 4)
London, Scala (May 5)
Newcastle, O2 Academy 2 (May 6)
Meanwhile, Earth Wind & Fire have announced their first UK dates since the death of Maurice White last week.
The band last toured the UK in 2014 and will play at The O2 in London, on July 1 as part of a three date UK tour. With founding members Philip Bailey and Ralph Johnson still among their ranks, and White’s brother Verdine on bass, Earth Wind & Fire are known for disco classics ‘September’, ‘Boogie Wonderland’ and ‘After The Love Has Gone’.
The band will also be honoured at the 2016 Grammy Awards with a Lifetime Achievement prize on February 15.
War Child has announced its ‘Passport to BRITs Week’ gigs together with O2, which will see the likes of Bloc Party, Coldplay, Jamie xx, Florence + The Machine and more play intimate shows around the capital from next week.
Not on O2? You can still win tickets for Coldplay until midnight February 19 on www.warchildpassport.org. Each entry costs £4.50 – all proceeds go to War Child UK.
Alternatively, tickets to all of the War Child gigs can be won through the #WearItForWarChild campaign. To support the campaign, fans are urged to dig out and put on their favourite band t-shirt and post a selfie alongside the hashtag #WearItForWarChild with the band they’d like to see. Fans will then be in with a chance for winning tickets for their chosen show.
Bloc Party (February 15)
Frank Turner (February 16)
Jack Garratt (February 16)
Professor Green (February 17)
Bring Me The Horizon (February 18)
Public Service Broadcasting (February 19)
Jamie xx (February 21)
Above & Beyond (February 23)
Lianne La Havas (February 23)
Coldplay (February 24)
Florence + The Machine (February 26)
The BRIT Awards take place at The O2 in London on February 24.