Il Divo Live at the O2 with Pre show Thames River Cruise
  • London Fringe

Experience the magic of the stunning popera quartet, Il Divo, live at London's O2 Arena, and enjoy a pre-show Thames River Cruise!

Carlos, Urs, David and Seb are delighted to have announced that they will be bringing their Amor & Pasion tour to London, performing songs from their majestic back-catalogue as well as songs from the highly anticipated new album. Take your premium seat for a breathtaking night of classical crossover, as the Classic Brit Award-winning "Artist of the Decade" bring down the O2 with their virtuoso reimagining of emblematic songs encompassing numerous themes and genres.

Before the music gets underway, you'll enjoy a sophisticated cruise on the Thames. Hop aboard at Westminster Pier, where you will be welcomed with a glass of sparkling wine and invited to tuck into a canap or two. Drift downstream towards your destination with live music and cash bar to keep you entertained. Disembark the O2 Arena's very own pier before heading inside to take your seats for the incredible show to begin.

Package includes:

  • 1 hour 30 minute Thames River Cruise to the O2 Arena
  • Welcome glass of sparkling wine and canap reception, with live music as well to up the atmosphere
  • A premium seat to see Il Divo at the O2 Arena on Friday 13 May 2016

What happens on the day?

Your amazing experience starts at Westminster Pier, where you will board your Thames River Cruise. From here you'll enjoy a glass of sparkling wine, live music and welcome canaps as you drift towards the O2 over the course of your 1 hour 30 minute journey.

Once you've been dropped off at the O2 Arena's very own pier, all that'll be left to do is take your premium seat and get ready for the show to begin.

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