Ellie Goulding Live at the O2 with Pre show Thames River Cruise
  • London Fringe

Ellie Goulding Live O2 Arena show on Thursday 24 & Friday 25 March 2016 with premium seating

A 5 hours experience!

Head down with a friend to the O2 Arena in 2016 for an evening of Ellie Goulding on the penultimate night of her Delirium tour, and enjoy a leisurely river cruise before the show with this Ellie Goulding Live at the O2 with Pre show Thames River Cruise on Thursday 24th and Friday 25 March 2016.

Following the release of her latest album Delirium, Ellie Goulding's got a brand new tour coming to the UK and finishing up at the O2 Arena. Since releasing her debut album all the way back in 2010 Ellie's had two number one albums, won 16 awards including two BRITs, and sold over 20 million records across the globe; this is going to be a show to remember, and as she's being supported by John Newman it's going to be an evening of amazing entertainment from start to finish.

Package includes:

  • 1h30min Thames River Cruise to the O2 Arena
  • Welcome glass of champagne and canap reception, with live music on board to up the atmosphere.
  • Premium seat ticket to see Ellie Goulding live at London's O2 Arena

On arrival at Westminster Pier in London you will be welcomed aboard your Thames River Cruise to be greeted by a member of staff and a welcoming glass of champagne. As you make your way down the river on your 1 hour 30 minute cruise you'll also get to nibble on some canaps and enjoy some live music before disembarking at the O2 Arena Pier.

From there you'll make your way to your premium seats to enjoy the evening's amazing Ellie Goulding performance.

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