O2 | The O2 tenth birthday
About the celebrations
alt-J are one of the most successful British bands of the decade. Their debut album won the Mercury Prize and an Ivor Novello Award. And their second album went straight to number one. Between them, the two records have sold more than two million copies. They've headlined festivals around the world and sold out The O2 and New York's legendary Madison Square Garden on their last tour.
One of the most iconic performers in pop music history, Céline Dion has sold almost 250 million albums throughout her career. She's earned five Grammy Awards and two Academy Awards. And she was awarded the Legend Award at the World Music Awards, recognising her outstanding contribution to the music industry. Céline continues to break records with her critically acclaimed Las Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Ed hasn't just risen to fame for his recorded music – he's been breaking records with his live shows too. In 2015 he became the first artist to headline Wembley Stadium without a band. He played to 240,000 people over three nights with just his trademark pedal and guitar. Along with his phenomenal solo gigs he's also collaborated on-stage with legendary artists from Beyoncé to Sir Elton John.
Every one of Jamiroquai's seven albums has reached the UK Top 10, with three of them hitting number one. They've sold over 26 million albums worldwide. And they even hold the Guinness World Record for best-selling funk album of all time. Their new album, Automaton, was released on 31 March this year, so they'll no doubt be treating their fans at The O2 to some new material as well as old classics.
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Got a question?
- When are the birthday gigs?
alt-J – 16 June
Céline Dion – 20 and 21 June
Ed Sheeran – 22 June
Jamiroquai – Postponed to 3 and 6 December
- How do I win tickets?
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