Virgin Media O2 has announced that pop-superstar, Kylie Minogue, is performing an exclusive gig on Wednesday 27 September for Virgin Media broadband and O2 customers.
Taking place at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the intimate gig offers fans the unique opportunity to see the iconic singer perform her most popular hits up close and personal.
The show will take place shortly after the release of her eagerly anticipated Tension album which includes chart-topping single ‘Padam Padam’, due to be released on 22 September 2023.
There are 700 pairs of tickets available via a prize draw, with the show being held exclusively for Virgin Media broadband and O2 customers via Priority.
The prize draw opens today (Thursday 1 September) and will close Thursday 14 September. Virgin Media and O2 customers can access the draw for the chance to win tickets via the Priority app or website.
Priority is O2’s way of saying thanks to its customers. In addition to early ticket access to thousands of popular venues across the UK, Priority members can also benefit from queue jump, cloakroom services, phone charging, VIP hospitality and discounts on merchandise at The O2 and the 20 nationwide O2 Academy venues.
Kylie fans should keep an eye on the Priority app as exclusive offers are set to become available over the coming weeks.
Kylie Minogue, commenting on the exclusive Priority gig, said: “I’m thrilled to be returning to London to play such an intimate venue. It’s going to be a really special evening playing some favourites from throughout my career and of course from my new album out that week. I can’t wait to see some of you there!”
Gareth Griffiths, Director of Partnerships and Sponsorship at Virgin Media O2, said: “We couldn’t be more excited to bring such an iconic chart-topper like Kylie Minogue to O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire for our customers to enjoy. The chance to attend an intimate gig like this with such an incredible artist is what makes Priority so special.
Exclusive Priority gigs are our way of giving Virgin Media and O2 customers exclusive access to the most famous music stars in the world for free.”