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As we approach the period when the Royal Albert Hall announces who will be performing on their hallowed stage in 2017/18, find out Villiers’ top predictions for artists performing at London’s Royal Albert Hall and, for the latest music news and Royal Albert Hall corporate hospitality sign up to the Villiers newsletter.
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1) Paul McCartney
British icon, Paul McCartney is currently touring in Australia and New Zealand with his One on One tour. Last year, McCartney travelled through much of the US and Europe, but didn’t not perform in the UK. It seems likely Paul McCartney will finish this tour of his biggest hits in the UK on home soil. And for such a legendary performer, the Royal Albert Hall seems the perfect fit. Paul McCartney will be featured on the upcoming Foo Fighters album entitled, Concrete and Gold.
2) Elton John
Multiple Grammy winning superstar, Elton John has been rather quiet for a while now – which isn’t very like him. Elton John has been touring in Australia with his Once in a Lifetime tour. Elton John’s tour has been described as “too great to ignore” and from this, we imagine Elton John may have some new music and new performances on the cards for 2018. Where better than to watch one of the most celebrated artists for over 50 years than the spectacular Royal Albert Hall?
3) Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey
Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey have teamed up in the US with their All the Hits tour. Together they are an unstoppable mix, performing their biggest anthems and chart-topping hits. After the US, it appears possible Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey All the Hits tour will come to the UK in 2018. Imagine watching Lionel Richie perform live at the Royal Albert Hall in 2018, defiantly a once in a lifetime experience. The All the Hits tour has already been critically acclaimed a smash success in the US.
4) Roger Waters
Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters has been touring in the US an incredible 66 dates. Roger Waters Us + Them tour seems set to come to the UK in 2017 due to overwhelming demand. Roger Waters is performing his biggest hits and tracks from his album Is this the Life We Really Want. Roger Waters has also performed the songs that made Pink Floyd one of the world’s greatest bands. Watch this inspiring artist live in 2018 for what would be an unforgettable evening. Is the Royal Albert Hall the perfect stage?
5) Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band
Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band are about to start touring in the US again, but given Ringo’s English roots, will Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band return to play in the UK in 2018? The delight of watching Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band perform is that they all have a great time together; each member of the band is a legendary artist in their own right, but they work seamlessly together. Put yourself in the know about Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band at the Royal Albert Hall in 2018, by signing up to Villiers mailing list.
6) Bon Jovi
On tour in the US, is none other than Bon Jovi. Bon Jovi’s tour, This House is Not For Sale, supports their thirteenth studio album. Undoubtedly one of the greatest selling artists in history, the band was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame (2006). Should Bon Jovi tour in the UK in 2018, Bon Jovi may choose to play the Royal Albert Hall as a more intimate and glamourous venue. Consider watching this world-famous band perform live with Royal Albert Hall corporate hospitality and enjoy the show from your private box. Find out more on Bon Jovi UK tour predictions, here.
7) Michael Bublé
Classic crooner, Michael Bublé may return to the stage in 2018. Known for his inspired covers of everything from Nat King Cole to Maroon 5, Michael Bublé is also known for his enchanting Christmas covers such as It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas and Have Yourself a Very Merry Christmas. Michael Bublé at the Royal Albert Hall would certainly be an early Christmas present to us all. Why not choose the Royal Albert Hall corporate hospitality for an evening you will cherish always.
8) Stevie Nicks
Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks will be touring Australia with her 24 Karat Gold tour, accompanied by The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hyde. A Fleetwood Mac Farewell Tour is also planned for 2018, where they will perform their greatest hits and tracks from their most famous album ‘Rumours.’ 2017 has been a busy year for Stevie Nicks, as she performed at Hyde Park’s popular British Summertime Festival. Stevie Nicks featured on Lana Del Rays album, Lust for Life. Would Lana Del Rey join Stevie Nicks on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in 2018?
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