Rita Ora Live in Bedford Park
It was a momentous 2018 for Rita - the singer made UK chart history
when her latest single Let You Love Me became her 13th Top 10 on the
Official UK Singles Chart, meaning Rita set a new record for the most
Top 10 singles by a British female artist.
Since breaking through in 2012 with her No.1 album Ora, Rita
has become a force of nature in pop music. The singer has sold over 7
million singles in total and her latest five singles have been streamed
over a billion times on Spotify. Some of her best-known hits include How
We Do (Party), R.I.P., I Will Never Let You Down and Poison.
has already cemented herself as one of the UK’s most successful pop
acts of the decade and shows no signs of slowing down in 2019.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 5th April at 9.00am.Ticket Prices:
General AdmissionAdults - £45.00** (£50.33)Children (5-16 Yrs Old) £30.00* (£34.23)Children (Under 5s) - Free*
*Limited amount of child tickets available. Tickets subject to booking fees and service charge.**All Tickets subject to booking fees and service charge
Purchasing a Disabled Ticket entitles the bearer to bring 1 (one) carer free of charge.
Disabled Ticket Holders: - Carer Tickets are not issued online. To obtain your Carer Ticket, you will be required to present a valid Disabled Concert Ticket and proof of entitlement to the Box Office at Gate B or Gate D on the event day, which may be one of these three options:- Front page of DLA / PIP (higher rate) or Front page of Attendance Allowance letter (med/higher rate) or valid Access Card (via CredAbilty)
All prices subject to Booking Fees and Service Charge
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General Admission Terms & Conditions
Fireworks, flares or naked flames are not allowed. Candles are only permitted if they are covered or enclosed
Dogs are not allowed, except guide dogs. It should be noted however, that the fireworks are very loud.
In case of inclement weather the concert will not be
cancelled, however the concert programme may be amended in the
interest of safety and enjoyment of the audience.
The use of recording equipment is prohibited.
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advertised arrangements or featured artists, or to refuse admission
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death or personal injury resulting from negligence on the part of
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All persons under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years and over).
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