Music concerts are just awesome! Aren’t they? They offer all of us a great way to spend the weekend. Get your friends along and have the time of your life. A lot of people absolutely love to ‘own’ VIP concert tickets. You don’t get to experience the luxuries of a VIP package every now and then. VIP packages are all about good food, a few hearty drinks, a stunning view, and breathtaking experiences. 

London is a music lover’s paradise It plays host to some of the biggest music festivals. Several prominent personalities from the world of music and entertainment land in London in order to entertain the masses. 

Back in June, the Spice Girls and the Eagles performed in London. The atmosphere was brimming with energy. The audience was pumped up. Both of these events caught everybody’s imagination. The fans and the enthusiasts partied hard. The ambience was power-packed. Well, what else do you want? So, all in all, it was a rocking summer. 

The winter is expected to be no different. Some of the biggest music icons will be performing in London in the winter of 2019. Get in touch with a hospitality agency in London and get your corporate hospitality tickets booked right away. 

Here is a sneak peek!

Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons:

Does Frankie Vallie need to be introduced? Well, not really. He’s one of the biggest music icons in the US and the UK. With as many as 29 hit singles in the top 40, you can say that Frankie Vallie is an icon. He has fans throughout the world. The band has churned out countless hit numbers since making a humble beginning in 1960. The band was previously known as the Four Lovers. The band will be performing in London on Dec 6. This winter, the mercury is expected to rise. Book your tickets before it is too late.

Music hospitality packages guarantee a lot of fun and excitement. They’ll provide you with an experience you’ll never forget. Exchange some pleasantries with your friends while enjoying some timeless hits.

Music hotspots in North London

If you’re travelling to London, then you cannot afford to miss the North London music hotspots: 

Make your way to St John’s Wood. Here, you’ll get to see people re-enacting the Beatles’ iconic Abbey Road at London’s most iconic and popular zebra crossing.After that, you can make your way to the iconic London Beatles Store to grab a few souvenirs. If you’re planning to stay in North London over the weekend, then don’t forget to explore Camden Town. This place houses some of the finest music venues in town. You can pay a visit to the Jazz Cafe. 

London’s blue plaques

Try and look for blue plaques. These can be found hanging on street corners throughout the capital. You can pay a visit to the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith if you wish to see a plaque dedicated to Buddy Holly, the famous American blues rocker. Also, fans of David Bowie fans need to search for a black plaque in Heddon Street.

The O2

If you’re looking for the big, larger than life shows, The O2 is one of your best bets. The former Millennium Dome is now a cinema and concert arena that has hosted pretty much all the current greats, from Adele to Led Zeppelin. You’d be best to get tickets well in advance if you fancy a trip to the dome!

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club

Switching it up a little with Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, a legendary venue for all things modern and fusion jazz. The atmosphere is beyond cool, with a swanky bar, delicious eats and music that will make your spine tingle. Don’t miss out on an evening of live jazz music at this London staple (since 1959)!

Koko

Back once again to Camden. Sensing a pattern here? Koko is the poster child of London music legends. It first opened as a theatre over 100 years ago, playing host to numerous arts projects over the years, including the recording of the Rolling Stones’ classic ‘Camden Theatre 1964’ album. Thousands of shows later (including the likes of Madonna and Coldplay), Koko is a firm local favourite for showcasing the best of the best London music.

The Roundhouse

The Roundhouse was formerly used as a turntable for trains in North London, and now hosts larger concerts by established acts. Every September, the entire venue transforms into the setting of the Apple Music Festival (previously known as the iTunes festival), offering free concerts by some of the world’s biggest artists. There is no other venue quite like this one.

Happy holidaying, folks!

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