• London Fringe

Channel the musical spirit of Havana for the evening paired with a delicious pre-concert meal at the O2 Arena!

Named after the famous Havana members' club that closed in the 1940s, since 1997 the group has been touring the globe in various guises and combinations to deliver their acclaimed brand of elegantly sculpted tunes and warm, acoustic rhythms. Having performed worldwide for years these ambassadors for Cuban music are taking to the road one last time, finishing with a homecoming gala performance in Havana following their O2 show. So prepare to be swept away by the Orquesta's romantic impulses and uninhibited exuberance one last time.

Before your special performance gets underway, you can dine on two courses of delicious tapas-style cuisine with dessert and a large glass of wine in the O2's very own Crew catering restaurant, where you can relax before the show.

Package includes:

  • A premium ticket to Buena Vista Social Club live at London's O2 Arena
  • Wednesday 6 April 2016
  • Two course tapas style meal with dessert
  • Large glass of wine

What happens on the day?

Set your sights on London's O2 Arena for an unforgettable night of Havana-inspired musical entertainment. Don't miss out on this special occasion as the Orquesta take to the road for the very last time. Prepare to be swept away by the magic from the spectacular vantage of your premium seats.

Before things get going, you can enjoy two courses of delicious tapas-style dining with dessert and a large glass of wine at O2's Crew Catering Restaurant.

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