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Rockwell Charity Concert/Gig coming to the O2 Arena

BY Boon Koh
Published 30 July 2009

O2 Rockwell Concert Logo Back in 1990, the first Rockwell Concert was conceived, bringing together some of the world’s biggest musicians at that time, including Pink Floyd and Paul McCartney. Now, Rockwell is back, and is bigger, better, and full of today’s stars.

ALERT: Ticketmaster has now reduced the price of the tickets to £10 each, a massive savings from the original £50 to £65 price! The special offer tickets are only available through the special Ticketmaster link here.

For one night only on Friday, 11th September 2009, catch some of the top names in the music industry performing once-in-a-lifetime collaborations. Razorlight, Joss Stone, Gabriella Cilmi, Lulu, Tom Jones… the list goes on and on, and the full lineup is not complete yet.

Performed at The O2 Arena, one hundred percent of the profits from the show will be donated to the charity Nordoff-Robbins. The vast range of acts is bound to appeal to all ages, with something for the younger generation as well as many acts more known to the older generation as well.

The music artist lineup already confirmed for The O2 Rockwell are, in no particular order:

  • Razorlight
  • Tom Jones
  • Robert Plant
  • Joss Stone
  • Ronan Keating
  • Gaz Coombs & Danny Goffrey (performing as Hot Rats)
  • Gabriella Cilmi
  • Beverley Knight
  • Dan Gillespie Sells (The Feeling)
  • Lulu

The promoters will be announcing more names over the next few weeks, and as always The London Insider will bring you the latest lineup and news on this page, so don’t forget to bookmark us! If you can’t wait for Rockwell, you can listen to samples of the songs at Amazon.

Tickets are priced between £50 and £65 pounds, and there will be a variety of tickets including standing, Tier 1, and Tier 4 seats at the O2 arena. Tickets are available to purchase from Ticketmaster. If you are unlucky in getting tickets and they are sold out, don’t fret; you can pick up some tickets from fans who are unable to go on Seatwave and Viagogo.


  • concert tickets

    Charity concerts are really great.Because all the money will be going for a good cause.This will help many poor people.

  • wal

    this is one exceptional line of bands! looks hot

  • Carl

    I think these are really great. Drums are really cool, especially for charity