Last 2 Tickets to Tom Odell Concert in London - Auction 1
Exclusive tickets to see Tom Odell in London on Friday, 22 February 2019 at Omeara.
War Child BRITs Week together with O2 is proud to announce a special night at Omeara with Tom Odell.
These are the last tickets available!
Ivor Novello-winning songwriter Tom Odell’s atmospheric music continues to delight fans and 2018’s Jubilee Road was his third consecutive Top 5 album.
Omeara, founded by Mumford & Sons' Ben Lovett, first opened its doors in 2016. Both Amir Alexander and Melt Yourself Down have already performed under the venue's victorian railway arches.
You will receive 2 tickets to see this Tom Odell show!
- Tickets must be collected on the night and guarantee entry.
- Doors open at 7pm
- Tom Odell is performing as part of War Child BRITs Week together with O2. Live music changes lives.
- Age restrictions: 16+
- Once payment has been received the winner’s name will be added to the guestlist. Please bring valid photo ID in order to be granted access. The winner’s guest must be present and enter the venue at the same time as the auction winner.
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