• London Fringe

All Vampettes of the world, unite! Come and enjoy an evening on unforgettable atmospere on Saturday 2 April 2016!

With a brand new album released in November and massive single making its way through the charts, there's no better time to start getting ready for an amazing evening of The Vamps. On Saturday 2 April 2016 you and can be part of the O2 Arena crowd to sing along to all of their latest hits live at one of the greatest venues in the world.

After selling out the O2 Arena last year 2016 is sure to be another hot show, and with a whole new set list filled with classics, covers and new material from their 'Wake Up' album you'll be singing and dancing from start to finish. Expect some music ranging from the floor-filling to the experimental, and alongside all the vibrant Vamps vocals and music you'll also be treated to the catchy sounds of supporting acts Conor Maynard, The Tide and Hometown.

Before the show you'll get to enjoy two courses of Italian-inspired cuisine courtesy of Gordon Ramsay's Union Street Caf in Southwark, with a glass of wine or soft drink to be paired with delicious antipasti, fresh pastas, meat or fish dishes. Make it an evening to remember and dance the night away to some of the best of British pop.

Package includes:

  • A premium ticket to see The Vamps live at the O2 Arena
  • Enjoy a two-course meal with one glass of wine before the show
  • Available Saturday 2 April 2016

What happens on the day?

On arrival at the Union Street Caf in Southwark, you will be shown to your pre-booked table and served with a delicious two courses chosen from the set menu. Make your selection from authentic Italian treats including antipasti, freshly made pastas and delicious meat and fish dishes. Enjoy a glass of wine with your meal as you soak up the lively ambience of this stylish restaurant.

After dinner you will make your own way to the 02 Arena - about 15 minutes by tube to North Greenwich. You will have been sent your ticket to the show in advance so simply hand it over at the door and proceed inside to find your seat, ready for the show to begin.

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