Tuesday, 14 July, 2020

The countdown to Christmas is on: Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola returns!

Welcome to Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola.

Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola returns this weekend at London’s O2 Arena with the biggest lineup yet.

Now in its tenth year, Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball is always a sell-out event and this year it sold out in record time, in under 45 minutes.

Last year, more than 30,000 fans flocked to the ball over two days to see performances from global stars including Calvin Harris, Little Mix, Shawn Mendes, Ellie Goulding, Craig David and Louisa Johnson.

This year’s lineup is the biggest the Ball has ever seen.

More than 30,000 Capital listeners will fill London’s iconic O2 Arena over two amazing nights on Saturday December 9th and Sunday December 10th, as the world’s biggest artists perform on one stage at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball.

Saturday December 9th will see Sam Smith, Rita Ora, Jonas Blue, James Arthur, Jax Jones, Yungen, Niall Horan, Major Lazer, Anne-Marie, Craig David and Dua Lipa take to the stage.

The X Factor 2017 winners, Myles, Jamaal, Mustafa and Ashley, Rak Su, have also been confirmed to perform on Saturday’s Ball.

Ed SheeranTaylor Swift, Sigala, The Script, Mabel, Louisa Johnson, James Hype, Matt Terry, The Chainsmokers, Stefflon Don and Liam Payne will perform on Sunday December 10th for night two of Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola.

Talking about this year’s Jingle Bell Ball, Ed Sheeran said: “I always love playing Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball.

“Playing a multi-artist show like that, you just get to meet so many cool people that you would never have met otherwise, and Capital always put on a great production.

“It always looks really good. For me, it’s how the stage looks and the lighting.

Ed added: “It’s a really, really good show to go to and definitely massive value for money because you get to see 10 or 11 acts that can all fill that arena.”

Ashley Tabor, founder & executive president of Global said: “Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola sold out in under 45 minutes this morning as Capital listeners snapped up tickets in record time.

“With the world’s biggest artists jetting in to London to play for 30,000 Capital listeners over two days at London’s iconic O2 Arena, this really is the UK’s biggest Christmas party.  We can’t wait to welcome our listeners to what will be another incredible show!”

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