Capital's Jingle Bell Ball
Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball is back and better than ever. The UK’s biggest Christmas party, featuring the world’s biggest artists, will return to The O2 on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 December 2017.
This week on Capital Breakfast, Roman Kemp has revealed some of the biggest artists in the world that will perform at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola, with more huge names to be announced later in the week.
International superstars Rita Ora, Jonas Blue, James Arthur, Jax Jones, Yungen, Niall Horan, Major Lazer, Anne-Marie, Craig David and Dua Lipa have been announced so far to perform on night one of the ball. Night two will see Taylor Swift, The Chainsmokers, Sigala, The Script, Mabel, Louisa Johnson, James Hype, Matt Terry, Stefflon Don and Liam Payne take to the stage.
Now in its tenth year, Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball is always a sell-out event. Last year, more than 30,000 fans flocked to the ball over two days to see performances from global stars. Ashley Tabor, Global’s founder & executive president, said: "Today we announced some huge names for night two of Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola. Yet again we’re bringing the world’s biggest artists to London for the Jingle Bell Ball, and this year’s line-up is getting bigger and bigger! We can’t wait to reveal who’s up next on the Capital breakfast show over the next two days when Roman will uncover two more huge names set to perform at the ball!"
Tickets on sale Thursday 9 November at 8am.
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