Chart topping singer Anne-Marie performed to an intimate crowd in the O2 Blueroom at The O2 on Tuesday night (7 November), with fans enjoying songs from her latest album before her nationwide tour that starts at the end of November.
The British singer performed to a crowd of only 300 guests exclusively made up of O2 and Virgin Media broadband customers via a ballot courtesy of Priority from O2.
Anne-Marie dazzled gig-goers with fan-favourite tunes including Rockabye and Baby Don’t Hurt Me, as well as songs from her latest album ‘Unhealthy’ such as Psycho and Unhealthy.
Priority also teamed up with Greggs to fuel fans throughout the night with free tasty treats including Sausage Rolls and Vegan Sausage Rolls in the O2 Blueroom. Plus, gig goers got the chance to grab a post-gig slice of pizza from the Greggs Pizza Van outside The O2 on their way home.
Jayd Williams, Head of Music Partnerships and Sponsorship at Virgin Media O2, said:
“What a show and setting to see Anne-Marie perform such an intimate and exclusive show for O2 and Virgin Media broadband customers. Those in attendance witnessed something special and that is what our Priority shows are all about: bringing world famous music artists from the big stage to the small stage.”
Anne-Marie’s intimate show at the O2 Blueroom is Priority’s latest exclusive concert for O2 and Virgin Media broadband customers, following the recent gig with pop icon, Kylie Minogue, who performed at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in September. Previous shows include Sam Fender and Wizkid.
Priority is O2’s way of saying thanks to its customers and is available exclusively to those with an O2 mobile plan or Virgin Media broadband services. In addition to early ticket access to events at The O2, the O2 Academy network and other popular venues across the UK, Priority members can benefit from free bag drop, queue jump, cloakroom services, phone charging, VIP hospitality and discounts on merchandise.