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Jingle Bell Ball
Festival concert by Global
Jingle Bell Ball logo.png
VenueThe O2 Arena, London

The Jingle Bell Ball is a concert held every year in December, by the Global Radio-owned Capital network at The O2 Arena. Artists that have headlined the ball are Janet Jackson, Taylor Swift, Take That, The Black Eyed Peas, Cheryl Cole, Girls Aloud, Jessie J, Katy Perry, Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Shakira, Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes and Pink. Other notable acts who have performed at the Ball include Little Mix, One Direction, Bruno Mars, JLS, Miley Cyrus, Dua Lipa, The Pussycat Dolls, Taio Cruz, Tinie Tempah, David Guetta, Years & Years, Jason Derulo, Rita Ora, The Wanted, 5 Seconds of Summer, Ed Sheeran, OneRepublic, Calvin Harris and The Vamps. A portion of ticket sales profit is donated to Global's Make Some Noise, Capital's flagship charity, formerly known as Help a Capital Child and Help a London Child.[1]

Contents

  • 1 2008
  • 2 2009
  • 3 2010
  • 4 2011
  • 5 2012
  • 6 2013
    • 6.1 Headliner's Setlist
  • 7 2014
    • 7.1 Setlist
      • 7.1.1 (Saturday 6th December 2014)
      • 7.1.2 (Sunday 7th December 2014)
  • 8 2015
    • 8.1 Setlist
      • 8.1.1 (Saturday 5th December 2015)
      • 8.1.2 (Sunday 6th December 2015)
  • 9 2016
    • 9.1 Setlist
      • 9.1.1 (Saturday 3rd December)
      • 9.1.2 (Sunday 4th December)
  • 10 Most popular performers
    • 10.1 Reference:[8]
  • 11 Radio presenters
  • 12 Sponsors
  • 13 See also
  • 14 References
  • 15 External links

2008

It was held over one night – 8 December. David Smyth of the Evening Standard rated it three stars, saying it was "too quick to be boring but too superficial to stick in the mind".[2]

2009

The 2009 event was held over two nights for the first time.

2010

The 2010 event was again held over two nights.

Cee Lo Green was originally scheduled to perform on the Saturday, however, due to bad weather, his flight was rescheduled to the next day and he performed on the Sunday.

2011

The 2011 event was again held over two nights with Capital announcing them on 28 October. Capital also confirmed that Olly Murs would be the first act for the Saturday performance that same day.

Tickets for the concert on Saturday were released on 31 October 2011 at 08:00 and sold out in just over three hours.[3]

2012

The 2012 event took place on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 December 2012.

Little Mix performed as a three-piece, as member Perrie Edwards was unwell. Capital Breakfast presenters Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon hosted the ball on both nights. For the first time, televised highlights of the event were shown on Capital TV.

2013

The 2013 Jingle Bell Ball was held at The O2 Arena on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 December 2013.

On Saturday night, Katy Perry was the main headliner with Tinie Tempah and Olly Murs as supporting headliners. On Sunday, Lady Gaga was the main headliner alongside Dizzee Rascal and Jessie J supporting. Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon (Capital Breakfast Hosts) hosted the ball on both nights, alongside Pandora. Meanwhile, Rich Clarke, Kat Shoob, The Bassman and Greg Burns hosted on the radio throughout both nights.

Headliner's Setlist

Katy Perry United States
(Saturday 7th December) 
  1. "I Kissed a Girl"
  2. "Dark Horse"
  3. "Part of Me"
  4. "Wide Awake"
  5. "Walking on Air"
  6. "California Gurls"
  7. "Teenage Dream"
  8. "Unconditionally"
  9. "Firework"
  10. "Roar"
Lady Gaga United States
(Sunday 8th December) 
  1. "Poker Face"
  2. "Just Dance"
  3. "Bad Romance"
  4. "Born This Way"
  5. "Aura"
  6. "ARTPOP"
  7. "Do What U Want"
  8. "Applause"

2014

The first tickets for the show were given away as part of Global's first ever Make Some Noise day on 8 October 2014 although at the time the dates for the event were not confirmed. It was later revealed that the dates were 6 and 7 December 2014. It was confirmed on Capital FM on 20 October that the Jingle Bell Ball would be returning, sponsored by major supermarket chain Morrisons. All information on the ball was announced on 3 November 2014. It was held at London's O2 Arena on 6 and 7 December 2014, with acts such as OneRepublic, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Jessie J performing. British boy band Take That headlined on the Saturday while worldwide sensation and American country star Taylor Swift headlined on the Sunday. Tickets for general release went on sale on Friday 7 November. Tickets for both dates sold out in under an hour, which is a record. 5 Seconds of Summer performed at the event as a three-piece as band member Michael Clifford was unable to fly out due to the loss of his passport.

(Saturday 6th December 2014)

Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne United Kingdom 
  1. "Right Here"
  2. "My Love"
  3. "Real Love"
  4. "Rather Be"
Ella Henderson United Kingdom 
  1. "Glow"
  2. "Yours"
  3. "Ghost"
Olly Murs United Kingdom 
  1. "Troublemaker"
  2. "Dance with Me Tonight"
  3. "Dear Darlin'"
  4. "Right Place Right Time"
  5. "Heart Skips a Beat"
  6. "Wrapped Up"
OneRepublic United States 
  1. "Love Runs Out"
  2. "I Lived"
  3. "Stop and Stare"
  4. "Apologize"
  5. "Counting Stars"
  6. "If I Lose Myself"
The Script Republic of Ireland 
  1. "Breakeven"
  2. "For the First Time"
  3. "The Man Who Can't Be Moved"
  4. "No Good in Goodbye"
  5. "Hall of Fame"
  6. "Superheroes"
The Vamps United Kingdom 
  1. "Last Night"
  2. "Wild Heart"
  3. "Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)"
  4. "Somebody to You"
  5. "Can We Dance"
Union J United Kingdom 
  1. "Tonight (We Live Forever)"
  2. "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas"
  3. "I Can't Make You Love Me"
  4. "You Got It All"
Take That United Kingdom 
  1. "Shine"
  2. "Greatest Day"
  3. "Patience"
  4. "Relight My Fire"
  5. "Back for Good"
  6. "Pray"
  7. "These Days"
  8. "Rule the World"
  9. "Never Forget"

(Sunday 7th December 2014)

5 Seconds of Summer Australia 
  1. "Don't Stop"
  2. "Good Girls"
  3. "Amnesia"
  4. "She Looks So Perfect"
Sigma United Kingdom 
  1. "Nobody to Love"
  2. "Changing"
Fuse ODG Ghana 
  1. "Million Pound Girl (Badder Than Bad)"
  2. "Antenna"
  3. "T.I.N.A."
  4. "Dangerous Love"
Jessie J United Kingdom 
  1. "Wild"
  2. "It's My Party"
  3. "Do It like a Dude"
  4. "Sweet Talker"
  5. "Domino"
  6. "Price Tag"
  7. "Bang Bang"
Rixton United Kingdom 
  1. "Wait on Me"
  2. "Rockin' Robin"
  3. "Me and My Broken Heart"
Sam Smith United Kingdom 
  1. "Money on My Mind"
  2. "I'm Not the Only One"
  3. "La La La"
  4. "Like I Can"
  5. "Latch"
  6. "Stay with Me"
Union J United Kingdom 
  1. "Tonight (We Live Forever)"
  2. "I Can't Make You Love Me"
  3. "You Got It All"
Taylor Swift United States 
  1. "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
  2. "Blank Space"
  3. "I Knew You Were Trouble"
  4. "Love Story"
  5. "Shake It Off"

2015

Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon revealed that 2015's event will once again be hosted at London's O2 Arena on Saturday 5 December and Sunday 6 December during Capital Breakfast on Monday 2 November 2015. For the first time since 2013, the sponsors were Coca-Cola. Tickets were released on 6 November, with pre-sales occurring in the week leading up to it. Both headliners were announced on Friday 6 November on Capital Breakfast. On Monday 23 November, Tinie Tempah and Katy B were added to the lineup, whilst Carly Rae Jepsen was added the following day. Ariana Grande was supposed to perform on the Saturday but withdrew for unknown reasons. Marvin Humes confirmed via Twitter he was doing a pre-show DJ Set on both days. On December 5, Coldplay were the headliners and Justin Bieber was the headliner on December 6.

(Saturday 5th December 2015)

Marvin Humes's Introductory DJ Set United Kingdom 
  1. "Be Right There"
  2. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  3. "Intoxicated"
  4. "Alone No More"
  5. "Easy Love"
  6. "Sweet Lovin'"
  7. "Can't Feel My Face
  8. "Lean On"
  9. "Sorry"
  10. "Where Are Ü Now"
  11. "Glitterball"
Coldplay United Kingdom 
  1. "Viva la Vida"
  2. "Clocks"
  3. "Paradise"
  4. "A Sky Full of Stars"
  5. "Fix You"
  6. "Princess of China"
  7. "Adventure of a Lifetime"
Tinie Tempah & Katy B United Kingdom 
  1. "Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)"
  2. "Not Letting Go"
Jason Derulo United States 
  1. "The Other Side"
  2. "Trumpets"
  3. "Whatcha Say"
  4. "Talk Dirty"
  5. "Want to Want Me"
Fleur East United Kingdom 
  1. "Sax"
Nathan Sykes United Kingdom 
  1. "Kiss Me Quick"
  2. "White Christmas"
  3. "Over and Over Again"
WSTRN United Kingdom 
  1. "In2"
Jess Glynne United Kingdom 
  1. "Don't Be So Hard on Yourself"
  2. "Real Love"
  3. "Rather Be"
  4. "Right Here"
  5. "Hold My Hand"
Years & Years United Kingdom 
  1. "Shine"
  2. "Eyes Shut"
  3. "Toxic"
  4. "King"
Little Mix United Kingdom 
  1. "Salute"
  2. "Move"
  3. "Love Me like You"
  4. "Secret Love Song"
  5. "Wings"
  6. "Black Magic"
David Guetta France 
  1. "Play Hard"
  2. "Bad"
  3. "Shot Me Down"
  4. "Ain't a Party"
  5. "Hey Mama"
  6. "Can't Feel My Face"
  7. "Bang My Head"
  8. "Hello"
  9. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  10. "Dangerous"
  11. "Lovers On The Sun"
  12. "The Hills"
  13. "Titanium"
  14. "When Love Takes Over"

(Sunday 6th December 2015)

Marvin Humes's Introductory DJ Set United Kingdom 
  1. "Be Right There"
  2. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  3. "Intoxicated"
  4. "Alone No More"
  5. "Easy Love"
  6. "Sweet Lovin'"
  7. "Can't Feel My Face
  8. "Lean On"
  9. "Sorry"
  10. "Where Are Ü Now"
  11. "Glitterball"
Little Mix United Kingdom 
  1. "Salute"
  2. "Move"
  3. "Love Me like You"
  4. "Wings"
  5. "Black Magic"
Charlie Puth United States 
  1. "Marvin Gaye"
  2. "One Call Away"
  3. "See You Again"
Carly Rae Jepsen Canada 
  1. "Call Me Maybe"
  2. "Your Type"
  3. "I Really Like You"
Ellie Goulding United Kingdom 
  1. "Outside"
  2. "Anything Could Happen"
  3. "On My Mind"
  4. "I Need Your Love"
  5. "Burn"
  6. "Love Me like You Do"
The Vamps United Kingdom 
  1. "Wake Up"
  2. "Rest Your Love"
  3. "Last Night"
  4. "Can We Dance"
Grace Australia 
  1. "You Don't Own Me"
Nick Jonas United States 
  1. "Jealous"
  2. "Levels"
Sigma United Kingdom 
  1. "Nobody to Love"
  2. "Changing"
  3. "Coming Home"
  4. "Glitterball"
Calvin Harris United Kingdom 
  1. "Under Control"
  2. "Bounce"
  3. "Feel So Close"
  4. "Overdrive"
  5. "Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat"
  6. "Sweet Nothing"
  7. "Deep Down Low"
  8. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  9. "Summer"
  10. "Shaolin"
  11. "Blame"
Justin Bieber Canada 
  1. "Where Are Ü Now"
  2. "Boyfriend"
  3. "Love Yourself"
  4. "Home to Mama"
  5. "Hold Tight"
  6. "As Long As You Love Me"
  7. "What Do You Mean?"
  8. "Sorry"

2016

The first group of acts for the 2016 shows were announced on November 7, 2016 & November 8, 2016.[4] Tickets went on sale on Thursday 10 November at 8am and sold out in less than an hour.[5] More acts were revealed on Monday 28 November & Tuesday 29 November. Capital FM confirmed via Twitter that Marvin Humes would open night one. Videos of the weekend were put on Capital FM's YouTube channel.

(Saturday 3rd December)

Marvin Humes's Introductory DJ Set United Kingdom 
  1. "Girls Like"
  2. "Perfect Strangers"
  3. "This Girl"
  4. "You've Got the Love"
  5. "One Dance"
  6. "Antenna"
  7. "Don't Stop the Music"
  8. "No Money"
  9. "24K Magic"
  10. "Miami 2 Ibiza"
  11. "Changed the Way You Kiss Me"
  12. "Bonkers"
  13. "Closer"
  14. "Cold Water"
  15. "In the Name of Love"
Sigala United Kingdom 
  1. "Easy Love"
  2. "Show Me Love"
  3. "Let's Take it Back to the Old Skool"
  4. "Give Me Your Love"
  5. "Say You Do"
  6. "Sweet Lovin'"
Olly Murs United Kingdom 
  1. "Dance with Me Tonight"
  2. "Grow Up"
  3. "Kiss Me
  4. "Troublemaker"
  5. "You Don't Know Love"
Calum Scott United Kingdom 
  1. "Dancing On My Own"
Dua Lipa United Kingdom 
  1. "Blow Your Mind"
  2. "One Dance"
  3. "Hotter than Hell"
  4. "No Lie"
Sean Paul Jamaica 
  1. "Cheap Thrills"
Clean Bandit United Kingdom 
  1. "Rockabye"
  2. "Tears
Anne-Marie United Kingdom 
  1. "Alarm"
Nathan Sykes United Kingdom 
  1. "Kiss Me Quick"
  2. "Give It Up"
  3. "Famous"
  4. "Over and Over Again"
  5. "Twist"
  6. "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" (Outside the O2)
Louisa Johnson United Kingdom 
  1. "Love Yourself"
  2. "So Good"
Craig David United Kingdom 
  1. "7 Days"
  2. "Ain't Giving Up
  3. "Change My Love"
  4. "16"
  5. "Re-Rewind (The Crowd Say Bo Selecta)"
  6. "Nothing Like This"
  7. "When the Bassline Drops"
Little Mix United Kingdom 
  1. "Salute"
  2. "Hair"
  3. "Wings"
  4. "Move"
  5. "Secret Love Song"
  6. "Black Magic"
  7. "Shout Out to My Ex"
Calvin Harris United Kingdom 
  1. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  2. "Summer"
  3. "We Found Love"
  4. "Feel So Close"
  5. "Sweet Nothing"
  6. "Bounce"
  7. "Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat"
  8. "I Need Your Love"
  9. "My Love"
  10. "Blame"
  11. "Hello"
  12. "This Is What You Came For"
  13. "My Way"

(Sunday 4th December)

Marvin Humes's Introductory DJ Set United Kingdom 
  1. "Girls Like"
  2. "Perfect Strangers"
  3. "This Girl"
  4. "You've Got the Love"
  5. "One Dance"
  6. "Antenna"
  7. "Don't Stop the Music"
  8. "No Money"
  9. "24K Magic"
  10. "Miami 2 Ibiza"
  11. "Changed the Way You Kiss Me"
  12. "Bonkers"
  13. "Closer"
  14. "Cold Water"
  15. "In the Name of Love"
DNCE United States 
  1. "Toothbrush"
  2. "Body Moves"
  3. "No Scrubs"
  4. "Hold On, We're Going Home"
  5. "Cake by the Ocean"
Years & Years United Kingdom 
  1. "Shine"
  2. "Desire"
  3. "Eyes Shut"
  4. "King"
Jonas Blue United Kingdom 
  1. "Fast Car"
  2. "By Your Side"
  3. "Perfect Strangers"
Louisa Johnson United Kingdom 
  1. "Tears"
  2. "Love Yourself"
  3. "So Good"
The Vamps United Kingdom 
  1. "Can We Dance"
  2. "Wake Up"
  3. "Somebody to You"
  4. "Last Night"
  5. "All Night"
James Arthur United Kingdom 
  1. "Impossible"
  2. "Into You"
  3. "Say You Won't Let Go"
Sigma United Kingdom 
  1. "Nobody to Love"
  2. "Coming Home"
  3. "Glitterball"
  4. "Find Me"
  5. "Changing"
Ellie Goulding United Kingdom 
  1. "On My Mind"
  2. "Anything Could Happen"
  3. "Still Falling For You"
  4. "I Need Your Love"
  5. "Outside"
  6. "Burn"
  7. "Love Me like You Do"
Shawn Mendes Canada 
  1. "Mercy"
  2. "Ruin"
  3. "Stitches"
  4. "Treat You Better"
Martin Garrix Netherlands 
  1. "Don't Look Down"
  2. "Can't Feel My Face"
  3. "Runaway"
  4. "WIEE"
  5. "Forbidden Voices"
  6. "Lions in the Wild"
  7. "Wizard"
  8. "Poison"
  9. "The Only Way Is Up"
  10. "Animals"
  11. "Turn Up the Speakers"
  12. "Together"
  13. "Make Up Your Mind"
  14. "Fake Love"
  15. "La La La"
  16. "Tremor"
  17. "Lean On"
  18. "Proxy"
  19. "Sun Is Never Going Down"
  20. "In the Name of Love

Reference:[8]

Bold indicates they headlined a night of ball that year.

Radio presenters

The event went live across the nine station Capital radio network for the first time in 2011. The build-up was presented by James 'The Bassman' Bassam, Greg Burns, Will Cozens and Rich Clarke. James Barr was on air during the Jingle Bell Ball with Luke Smith on the after party. Roberto/Neil Williams presented online interactive content whilst Kat Shoob was a backstage reporter.

Sponsors

The first concert in 2008 was sponsored by Zavvi. In 2009 Windows 7 became the sponsor, in conjunction with the buildup for the operating system's launch. The sponsorship continued until 2011. During their sponsorship of the event, prizes including thousands of tickets to the ball, laptops, holidays, games consoles, smartphones and money were given away on air.

In 2012, BlackBerry sponsored the concert in a last-minute deal. In 2013, the event was sponsored by Coca-Cola. In 2014, Morrisons emerged as the new sponsor. In 2015 and 2016, Coca-Cola was the sponsor of the event again.

See also

  • Summertime Ball
  • Capital London
  • Capital
  • Global Radio

References

  1. ^ Copsey, Robert (25 October 2010). "The Script, Peas for 'Jingle Bell' gig". Digital Spy. Retrieved 26 April 2013. 
  2. ^ Smyth, David (11 December 2008). "Pop stars parade in Jingle Bell Ball". London Evening Standard. Archived from the original on 19 September 2010. Retrieved 26 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Jingle Bell Ball Day One Tickets Sell Out". Capital. Retrieved 26 April 2013. 
  4. ^ "Capital FM". Facebook. 
  5. ^ "Capital's Jingle Bell Ball 2016 Is Now Sold Out". Capital FM. Retrieved 10 November 2016. 
  6. ^ "Who's On The Jingle Bell Ball Lineup?". Capital FM. 
  7. ^ "Who's On The Jingle Bell Ball Lineup?". Capital FM. 
  8. ^ "Jingle Bell Ball Line-Up: The 29 Most Popular Performers (2008 - 2015)". Capital. 

External links

  • Jingle Bell Ball at Capital
   

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