There’s so much going on this week, we can barely keep up. Ed Sheeran tickets are flying off the shelves with the release of his new album, x. It’s set to become the fastest selling record of the year and is heading straight to the top of the charts. Make sure you don’t miss your chance to see him live.
Andy Murray has begun the defence of his title at Wimbledon. With Nadal, Djokovic and Federer also looking to get enough ranking points to qualify, the potential line-up is looking good for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in November.
If you’re thinking ahead, there’s still time to get your hands on Kaiser Chiefs tickets for their show early next year, while the National Television Awards are heading to the tent for the sixth year in a row. Read on for more info…
Ed Sheeran – 12 to 15 October 2014
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran will be performing under our tent later this year having just released his brand new No. 1 album, x. His six times platinum debut, +, entered the UK album chart at No. 1 with the highest opening week figures for a debuting male solo artist. Ed’s also managed to bag two BRIT Awards and an Ivor Novello, making him a globally renowned star. These tickets won’t hang around, so make sure you’re quick off the mark.
The giants of tennis battled it out at last year's Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Now they’re back. And the rivalry is fiercer than ever. Wimbledon Champion, Andy Murray, began the defence of his crown this week and could be one step closer to qualifying for the biggest indoor tennis tournament in the world. With Nadal, Djokovic and Federer hot on his heels, you’ll need to move quickly to guarantee your place at the tennis calendar’s storming end-of-season showdown, right here in London.
From X Factor and Strictly to Downton and Doctor Who, all the biggest stars from the nation’s favourite shows will once again gather under our roof to compete for TV’s most wanted awards. Championing viewer power, this is the only TV ceremony where all the winners are chosen exclusively by the public via a nationwide poll. Last year, nearly 7 million votes were cast. Prepare yourself for an evening of drama, special guest performances and red carpet glamour.
We predict a riot. (Maybe not a real one). The Kaiser Chiefs are coming back to The O2 for the first time since 2007. The band spent two weeks at the top of the UK chart in April with their fifth studio album, Education, Education, Education & War. Ricky Wilson says, ‘The last few months have been great, we're enjoying playing the new album and getting our songs ready for our festival slots and then to top it off - we get to start next year at The O2!’ We can’t wait.