What’s on in London for July 2015


While I have been driving around London this month I have seen that the tourist season is fully upon us, with lots of people crowding the shops and the streets, and the museums have also had large queues, so if you want Theatre, Sport or Concert tickets then I recommend you book early so as not to be disappointed. Harmony cars can help with tickets if you are having trouble obtaining tickets for your specific dates. Phone 07976 374498 for more information. For a full list of our top 10 events this month see below.

No 1. 3rd to 5th July “Wireless Festival 2015” at Finsbury Park

American hip-hop and European dance acts headline this year, with Drake, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj, Avicii and David Guetta rounding off the three-night festival.They will be ably supported by Clean Bandit, Netsky, Mary J Blige, Major Lazer, Jessie J and many more. Having moved from its former home at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, this growing music festival continues to draw the biggest international acts and even bigger crowds. As this venue is about 30 minutes from the centre of London why not book a car with Harmony cars phone 07976374498 to book your chauffeur car now. Prices: Adult Ticket: £68.75 to £209.50 per ticket

No 2. 4th July “AC/DC: Rock Or Bust World Tour” at Wembley Stadium

The Australian hard-rockers perform in support of their latest album, Rock Or Bust.

Adult Tickets: £65.00 to £72.50

No. 3. 5th to 26th July “Summer streets on Regent Street”

London’s West End will become a traffic-free destination every Sunday throughout July as part of the Summer Streets programme.

Regent Street will become a traffic-free destination every Sunday throughout July as part of the Summer Streets programme, which is now in its fourth year.

Summer Streets will kick off with a garden theme on Sunday 5 July, which will see Regent Street transformed into an idyllic garden with summer lawns and a sustainable bee and butterfly zone.

Health and fitness will be celebrated on Sunday 12 July. Cheer on runners as The British 10k passes through Regent Street or practice your rugby skills with The Harlequins who will be running coaching sessions throughout the day.

Fashion is the theme of the day on Sunday 19 July, with Regent Street’s top brands showcasing a selection of designs on a 50m pop-up catwalk.

The final event on Sunday 26 July will see artists creating live installations on the street, while The University of Westminster will be displaying fashion collections from their graduate shows.

No.4.  10th July till 10th October 2015 “Sinatra at the London Palladium”

In his centenary year, Frank Sinatra returns to the London Palladium, 65 years after he made his UK debut on the same stage in 1950. Using rare or never-before-seen footage of the legend himself, a 24-piece orchestra and sensational live dancing, Sinatra is an extraordinary new show celebrating of one of the world’s greatest entertainers.

Featuring all of Frank Sinatra’s greatest hits, including Come Fly With Me; Blue Moon; New York, New York; and My Way. Experience the music of the most iconic voice of a generation; a man who always did it his way. If you are having trouble getting tickets for this show then contact Harmony cars as they now are able to source tickets for the best shows in London. Telephone 07976374498

Adult Tickets: £14.50 to £59.50 per ticket

No.5. 14th July “Neil Diamond” at The O2

The American singer-songwriter embarks on a nationwide tour, in support of his latest album, Melody Road, and performing a selection of his well-known hits. Take a chauffeur car to the concert, phone Harmony cars on 07976374498 to book now for your luxury transport. Adult Tickets: £64.00 to £97.00 per ticket

No.6.   16th to the 20th July “2nd Investec Ashes Match: England Vs Australia”at Lord’s Cricket Ground

No.7.   17th to 19th July “Great Britain vs France – Davis Cup Tennis” at Queens club Hammersmith

N0. 8 .  17th July to 20th September “BBC Proms 2015” at the Royal Albert Hall

The greatest classical music festival on earth returns to London’s Royal Albert Hall. It’s time for the Proms! Each year the BBC Proms host two months of concerts, including the famous Last Night performances, world premieres of contemporary works and shows by a diverse range of artists. In a continuing effort to promote artists from across the musical spectrum, the Proms continues to welcome singers and artists form various genres; as well as classical favourites.

This year’s BBC Proms sees the piano given a starring role. Prokofiev’s five piano concertos will be performed together in the same concert for the first time ever, by Alexei Volodin, Sergei Babayan and Daniil Trifonov. Leading pianist Leif Ove Andsnes and the Mehler Chamber Orchestra will focus on Beethoven’s complete piano concertos; while Mozart’s late piano works will be showcased by Maria João Pires, Elisabeth Leonskaja, and Katia and Marielle Labèque.

Other highlights include a return to the Royal Albert Hall for animated British conductor Sir Simon Rattle, as he leads the BBC Proms Youth Choir and the Vienna Philharmonic through Elgar’s The Dream of Gerontius. In the Late Night Proms series, DJ and presenter Pete Tong works alongside Jules Buckley and his Heritage Orchestra to celebrate 20 years of BBC Radio 1 in Ibiza; while J.S. Bach’s solo instrumentals will be performed throughout the season by various artists.

In 2015, the BBC Proms introduces Sunday matinee performances for the first time, with special concerts for all ages; including a narrated Prom by Sir David Attenborough inspired by his television series, Life Story. Following her appearance in 2013, The Last Night of the Proms will again see Marin Alsop at the helm, alongside soloists soprano Danielle de Niese, tenor Jonas Kaufmann and pianist Benjamin Grosvenor.

The “Proms” is short for Promenade concert: informal and inexpensive concerts where Promenaders (“Prommers”) pay just £5 for a ticket. Up to 900 Prommers can stand in the central Arena, and a further 500 can stand, sit or recline in the Gallery.

No.9.   18th and 19th July “Bette Midler” at the O2 centre

The singer, actress and stage performer embarks on her first tour of the country in over 30 years, paying tribute to girl groups through the ages, from the swing sounds of the Andrews Sisters, the harmonies of the Supremes, to more contemporary combos, such as TLC. This venue is about 1 hour from central London so why not make the evening complete and book a chauffeur driven limo with Harmony cars they can drive you straight to the concert and be there when it finishes. Telephone now 07976374498. Concert Tickets: £64.00 to £123.50 per ticket

No.10.    25th July “Carlos Santana” at O2 Arena

Over 40 years ago the original Santana Blues Band played its first shows at Bill Graham’s Fillmore West in San Francisco, opening for The Who in October 1967. Santana has now established itself as one of the more unique Bay Area bands by sustaining its chart success and selling-out stadium concerts. They have sold over 90 million albums worldwide and Carlos Santana is considered a musical innovator and cultural icon. In a colourful and varied career he has worked with Miles Davis, Shakira, Michael Jackson, Willie Nelson, Lauryn Hill, Eric Clapton, Tina Turner, John Lee Hooker, Wyclef Jean, Joe Cocker and Herbie Hancock to name just a few, with Prince and Metallica’s Kirk Hammett citing his virtuoso playing a major influence on their own musicianship. After five years since his last studio album, Santana releases Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics Of All Time, a carefully selected playlist of rock favourites from bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Doors And The Beatles, which he will be performing on tour.

Adult Tickets: £56.30 to £97.80 per ticket


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