Jingle Bell Ball

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Jingle Bell Ball
Festival concert by Global
Jingle Bell Ball logo.png
The 2015 Jingle Bell Ball logo
LocationGreenwich Peninsula, London, UK
VenueThe O2 Arena
(2008–present)
Duration4 hours per night
(6 pm – 10 pm)[1]
No. of showsTwo per year
Attendance16,000 per night[2]

The Jingle Bell Ball is a concert held every year in December, by the radio station Capital FM at The O2 Arena. Artists that have headlined the concert include Taylor Swift, Little Mix, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, The Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, Stormzy, Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue and Janet Jackson. 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.[3][4]

2008[edit]

Unlike following years, the 2008 festival was held on one night only – Saturday, 6 December 2008. The Evening Standard rated it three stars, saying it was "too quick to be boring but too superficial to stick in the mind".[5][clarification needed]

Line up[edit]

Following are the acts that performed. Headliners are shown in bold.[citation needed]

Main scheduled:

2009[edit]

Shakira performing during Night 2 of the 2009 edition.

The 2009 event was held on Saturday and Sunday, 5–6 December 2009.[6]

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 5 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Surprise acts:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 6 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Surprise acts:

Setlists[edit]

Saturday, 5 December[edit]

Chipmunk
  1. "Diamond Rings"
  2. "Look for Me"
  3. "Oopsy Daisy"
    (with The Saturdays)
JLS
  1. "Everybody in Love"
  2. "Umbrella"
    (Rihanna Cover)
  3. "Nobody Knows"
  4. "Beat Again"
N-Dubz
Tinchy Stryder
  1. "You're Not Alone"
  2. "Take Me Back"
    (with Taio Cruz)
  3. "Never Leave You"
    (with Sugababes)
  4. "Number 1"
    (with N-Dubz)

2010[edit]

Capital's Jingle Bell Ball 2010 was held on Saturday and Sunday, 4–5 December 2010.

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 4 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 5 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:

Cee Lo Green was originally scheduled to perform on Saturday, however, due to snow, his flight was rescheduled and he performed on Sunday.

2011[edit]

The 2011 event was held on Saturday and Sunday, 3–4 December 2011. It was announced by Capital on 28 October. Capital also confirmed that Olly Murs would be the first act for the Saturday performance. Tickets for the concert on Saturday were released on 31 October at 08:00 and sold out in just over three hours.[7]

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 3 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Special Guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 4 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Special Guests:

2012[edit]

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

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 8 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Special Guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 9 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Special Guests:

Setlists[edit]

Saturday, 8 December[edit]

Little Mix[11]
  1. "DNA"
  2. "Super Bass" (Nicki Minaj cover)
  3. "We Are Young" (fun. cover)
  4. "Wings"

Sunday, 9 December[edit]

2013[edit]

Ball headliner Lady Gaga performing on Night 2
Jessie J also performing on Night 2

The 2013 Jingle Bell Ball was held at The O2 Arena on Saturday and Sunday, 7–8 December 2013. On Saturday night, Katy Perry was the main headliner, with Tinie Tempah and Ellie Goulding as supporting headliners. On Sunday, Lady Gaga was the main headliner, with Dizzee Rascal and Jessie J supporting. Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon (Capital Breakfast hosts) hosted the ball on both nights, alongside Pandora.[ambiguous] Meanwhile, Rich Clarke, Kat Shoob, James 'The Bassman' Bassam, and Greg Burns hosted on the radio throughout both nights.

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 7 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Surprise acts:
Special guests:

Acts that performed on Saturday, 8 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Surprise acts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Saturday, 7 December[edit]

Olly Murs
  1. Army Of Two
  2. Troublemaker
  3. Heart Skips A Beat
  4. Dance With Me Tonight
  5. Hand On Heart
  6. Dear Darlin
Naughty Boy[23]
Eliza Doolittle[24]
Union J[28]
  1. "Loving You Is Easy"
  2. "Beautiful Life"
  3. "Christmas Melody"
  4. "Carry You"
Disclosure[29]
  1. "F for You"
  2. "You & Me (with Eliza Doolittle)
  3. "White Noise (featuring AlunaGeorge)
  4. "Voices (featuring Sasha Keable)
  5. "Latch (featuring Sam Smith)

Sunday, 8 December[edit]

Little Mix[33]
Rudimental[34]
The Vamps[35]
  1. "Wild Heart"
  2. "Jingle Bells"
  3. "Can We Dance"
John Newman[36]

2014[edit]

The 2014 Jingle Bell Ball was held at London's O2 Arena on Saturday and Sunday, 6–7 December 2014, with acts such as OneRepublic, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Jessie J performing. The first tickets for the show were given away as part of Global's first ever Make Some Noise day on 8 October, although, at the time, the dates for the event were not confirmed. It was confirmed on Capital FM on 20 October that the Jingle Bell Ball would be returning, sponsored by Morrisons Supermarket. All information on the ball was announced on 3 November 2014. Tickets for general release went on sale on 7 November. Tickets for both dates sold out in under an hour, which is a record.[citation needed]

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.

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 6 December, were as follows:[42]

Main scheduled:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 7 December, were as follows:[43]

Main scheduled:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Saturday, 6 December[edit]

Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne
  1. "Right Here"(Jess Glynne solo)
  2. "My Love" (Jess Glynne solo)
  3. "Real Love"
  4. "Rather Be"
Ella Henderson
Union J
  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"

Sunday, 7 December[edit]

Ed Sheeran
  1. " Lego House"
  2. " Don't/Loyal/No Diggity"
  3. " Drunk"
  4. " Thinking Out Loud"
  5. " The A Team
  6. " Sing
Sigma
  1. "Nobody to Love" (featuring Daniel Pearce)
  2. "Changing" (featuring Ella Eyre)
Union J
  1. "Tonight (We Live Forever)"
  2. "I Can't Make You Love Me"
  3. "You Got It All"

2015[edit]

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

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 5 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 6 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Introductory DJ set (for both nights)[edit]

Marvin Humes
  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" (Extended Mix)
  12. "When I Say Jingle Bell You Say Ball!!"
  13. "You Have Been With Marvin Humes Enjoy The Show!!"

Saturday, 5 December[edit]

Tinie Tempah & Katy B[45]
  1. "Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)" (with Katy B)
  2. "Not Letting Go" (Tinie Tempah solo; with Jess Glynne)
Fleur East[47]
  1. "Sax"
WSTRN[49]
  1. "In2"
Years & Years[51]

Sunday, 6 December[edit]

Little Mix[54]
  1. "Salute"
  2. "Move"
  3. "Love Me like You"
  4. "Wings"
  5. "Black Magic"
Charlie Puth[55]
The Vamps[58]
  1. "Wake Up"
  2. "Rest Your Love"
  3. "Last Night"
  4. "Can We Dance"
Nick Jonas[60]
Calvin Harris[62]
  1. "Under Control"
  2. "Bounce"
  3. "Feel So Close"
  4. "Overdrive"
  5. "Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat"
  6. "Sweet Nothing"
  7. "Deep Down Low" (Valentino Khan cover)
  8. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  9. "Summer"
  10. "Shaolin" (Mightyfools cover)
  11. "Blame"

2016[edit]

The 2016 Jingle Bell Ball was held on Saturday and Sunday, 3–4 December 2016. The line ups were announced on 7–8 November.[64] Tickets went on sale on 10 November at 8 am and sold out in less than an hour.[65] On 28 November, Anne-Marie, Sean Paul and Calum Scott were added to Night 1. On 29 November Sigma were added to Night 2. Capital FM confirmed via Twitter that Marvin Humes would open night one. Videos of the weekend were put on Capital FM's YouTube channel. Little Mix was announced as a headliner for the first time.

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 3 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Special guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 4 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Introductory DJ set (for both nights)[edit]

Saturday, 3 December[edit]

Sigala[66]
  1. "Easy Love"
  2. "Show Me Love" (Steve Angello and Laidback Luke cover)
  3. "Let's Take it Back to the Old Skool" (DJ Tipstarr cover)
  4. "Give Me Your Love"
  5. "Say You Do" (featuring Imani Williams)
  6. "Sweet Lovin'" (featuring Bryn Christopher)
Calum Scott[68]
Sean Paul[70]
Anne-Marie[72]
Louisa Johnson[74]

Sunday, 4 December[edit]

Years & Years[79]
Jonas Blue[80]
  1. "Fast Car" (featuring Dakota)
  2. "By Your Side" (featuring Raye)
  3. "Perfect Strangers" (featuring JP Cooper)
Louisa Johnson[81]
Sigma DJ Set[84]
Martin Garrix[87]
  1. "Don't Look Down"
  2. "Can't Feel My Face"
  3. "Runaway" (Galantis cover)
  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" (Drake cover)
  15. "La La La" (Naughty Boy cover)
  16. "Tremor"
  17. "Lean On" (Major Lazer cover)
  18. "Proxy"
  19. "Sun Is Never Going Down"
  20. "In the Name of Love (featuring Bebe Rexha)

2017[edit]

On 30 October 2017, during Capital Breakfast, Roman Kemp confirmed that the Jingle Bell Ball would run on Saturday and Sunday, 9–10 December 2017 at The O2 Arena.[88] On 6 November Roman Kemp and Vick Hope confirmed the line-up for night one and on 7 November the line-up for night two was revealed.[89]

Major Lazer performed as a duo as Jillionaire did not turn up for unknown reasons.[90]

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 9 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 10 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Introductory DJ set (for both nights)[edit]

Saturday, 9 December[edit]

Rak-Su[94]
  1. "I’m Feeling You"
  2. "Dimelo"
Anne-Marie[95]
Niall Horan[96]
Yungen[97]
Jonas Blue[99]
  1. "Perfect Strangers" (featuring JP Cooper)
  2. "Fast Car" (featuring Dakota)
  3. "We Could Go Back" (featuring Moelogo)
  4. "By Your Side" (featuring Raye)
  5. "Mama" (featuring Will Singe)
Major Lazer[102]
  1. "Put Your Hands Up" (MPEJ Jockey cover; Intro)
  2. "Cold Water"
  3. "Where Are Ü Now"
  4. "Know No Better"
  5. "Humble" (Kendrick Lamar cover)
  6. "Boy Oh Boy"
  7. "Particular"
  8. "Shape of You"
  9. "Lean On"
  10. "Watch Out for This (Bumaye)"
  11. "Pon de Floor"
  12. "Get It Right"
  13. "Light It Up"
  14. Closing Free-Style

Sunday, 10 December[edit]

James Hype[104]
  1. "Let's Take it Back to the Old Skool" (DJ Tipstarr cover) (Intro)
  2. "More Than Friends" (featuring Kelli-Leigh)
Matt Terry[109]
  1. "Sucker For You"
  2. "The Thing About Love"
  3. "Súbeme la Radio (Remix)"
Stefflon Don[110]
Mabel[111]
  1. "Finders Keepers" (featuring Kojo Funds)
The Chainsmokers[113]

2018[edit]

The 2018 Jingle Bell Ball took place on Saturday and Sunday, 8–9 December 2018 at The O2 Arena.

Capital Breakfast presenters Roman Kemp, Vick Hope, and Sonny Jay hosted the event on both nights. The line up was announced by the hosts on the Breakfast Show during the week of 5 November. For the first time since 2011, highlights of the event were not shown on Capital TV as it shut down on 10 October 2018, so highlights were only available on Capital FM and its website and Sky One.[115] Loud Luxury was added to the night 1 line up.[116]

Line up[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 8 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 9 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Introductory DJ set (for both nights)[edit]

Marvin Humes
  1. "One Kiss"
  2. "17"
  3. "Promises"
  4. "Electricity"
  5. "Body"
  6. "Nice for What"
  7. "I Like It"
  8. "Happier"
  9. "Of the Night"
  10. "Bonkers"
  11. "Freaky Friday"
  12. "I Say Jingle Bell You Say Ball!"

Saturday, 8 December[edit]

Jonas Blue[121]
Loud Luxury[123]
  1. "Body"

Sunday, 9 December[edit]

Clean Bandit[132]
  1. "Solo"
  2. "Tears"
  3. "Symphony" (with Zara Larsson)
  4. "Baby" (featuring Marina)
  5. "Rockabye"

2019[edit]

The 2019 Jingle Bell Ball took place on Saturday and Sunday, 7–8 December 2019 at The O2 Arena in Greenwich, London. This year's Jingle Bell Ball was sponsored by SEAT.

Capital FM presenters Will Manning & Aimee Vivian hosted both nights. The line-up was announced everyday from Monday, 4 November to Thursday, 7 November 2019 on the Breakfast show live from Leicester Square in Central London. Tickets went on sale on Thursday, 7 November 2019 at 8am GMT, right after the exclusive pre-sale via Global Player and O2 Priority. Between 4 and 5 November 2019, Jax Jones, Sigala and Ella Henderson joined Kemp, Hope and Jay to help announce the rest of the line-up for both nights. Tickets were officially sold out in just over an hour, which led to their dealing through Capital's on-air competitions.[138] Due to Roman Kemp being confirmed as one of twelve I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! contestants, Will Manning hosted the event alongside Aimee Vivian.[139] The show started at 6:30pm GMT each night and performances and backstage videos can be found on @CapitalOfficial and #CapitalJBB on Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook, YouTube and TikTok. Sky One will also show TV highlights from both nights of the Ball throughout the festive season. Stormzy closed night 1 (Saturday 7 December 2019) and Taylor Swift closed night 2 (Sunday 8 December 2019). Liam Payne opened night 1, whilst Anne-Marie opened night 2. Capital Late Show presenter Marvin Humes did a Capital Weekender DJ Set at 6:15pm GMT.[140] It was also confirmed that due to being in Australia, cheering on Roman Kemp, Sonny Jay missed both nights of the ball and therefore didn't present the show.

The radio schedule for both nights was follows:

  • 9am- 12pm - Rob Howard
  • 12pm - 3pm - Aimee Vivian
  • 3pm - 6pm - Will Manning
  • 6pm - 10pm - Capital's Jingle Bell Ball live

Line-up.[edit]

Headliners are shown in bold.

Acts that performed on Saturday, 7 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Acts that performed on Sunday, 8 December, were as follows:

Main scheduled:
Pre-show acts:
Hosts:
Special guests:

Setlists[edit]

Introductory DJ set (for both nights)[edit]

Saturday, 7 December[edit]

  1. "All Day and Night"
  2. "This Is Real" (with Ella Henderson)
  3. "Play" (with elements of "One More Time" by Daft Punk)
  4. "Breathe" (with elements of "Insomnia" by Faithless)
  5. "Ring Ring" (with elements of "Be Faithful" by Fatman Scoop, "Calabria 2007" by Rune Reilly Kölsch and "House Work" by Jones featuring Mike Dunn and MNEK)
  6. "Harder"
  7. "One Touch"
  8. "Instruction"

Sunday, 8 December[edit]

Most frequent performers[edit]

  • Bold indicates they headlined a night of ball that year.
  • Italics indicates they were a special guest or surprise act that year.
Apps. Artist Years appeared[142]
6 Nathan Sykes
*as a member of The Wanted
2010 (both nights)*, 2011*, 2012*, 2015, 2016
Little Mix 2012, 2013, 2015 (both nights), 2016, 2018
Olly Murs 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018
The Script 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2017, 2019
5 Jason Derulo 2010, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2018
Liam Payne
*as a member of One Direction
2011*, 2012*, 2017, 2018, 2019
4 Anne-Marie 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Calvin Harris 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016
Ella Eyre 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018
Ellie Goulding 2013, 2015, 2016, 2018
James Arthur 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018
Jessie J 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
JLS 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Jonas Blue 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Rita Ora 2012, 2017, 2018, 2019
Sam Smith 2013, 2014, 2017, 2019
Sigala 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
The Saturdays 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Tinie Tempah 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015
The Vamps 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
The Wanted 2010 (both nights), 2011, 2012
3 Cheryl Cole
*as a member of Girls Aloud
2012 (night one) and (night two)*, 2018
Clean Bandit 2014, 2016, 2018
Craig David 2008, 2016, 2017
Ed Sheeran 2011, 2014, 2017
Harry Styles
*as a member of One Direction
2011*, 2012*, 2019
Jax Jones 2017, 2018, 2019
Jess Glynne 2014, 2015, 2018
Ella Henderson 2014, 2019 (Both Nights)
JP Cooper 2016, 2017, 2019
Louisa Johnson 2016 (both nights), 2017
Mabel 2017, 2018, 2019
Niall Horan
*as a member of One Direction
2011*, 2012*, 2017
Raye 2016, 2017, 2019
Rizzle Kicks 2011, 2012, 2013
Sigma 2014, 2015, 2016
Taylor Swift 2014, 2017, 2019
Years & Years 2015, 2016, 2018
2 Sugababes 2008, 2009
Alexandra Burke 2009, 2010
Scouting for Girls 2008, 2010
Dakota 2016, 2017
Flo Rida 2009, 2010
Taio Cruz 2009, 2010
Pixie Lott 2009, 2011
Labrinth 2010, 2011
Example 2010, 2012
Eliza Doolittle 2010, 2013
One Direction 2011, 2012
Lawson 2012, 2013
Union J 2013, 2014
John Newman 2013, 2017
David Guetta 2015, 2018
Dua Lipa 2016, 2017
Imani Williams 2016, 2017
Kelli-Leigh 2017 (both nights)
Rak-Su 2017, 2018

Radio presenters[edit]

The event went live across the Capital FM network for the first time in 2010. The build-up was presented by James 'The Bassman' Bassam, Greg Burns, Will Cozens and Rich Clarke. James Barr was on air during the event with Luke Smith on the after party. Neil 'Roberto' Williams presented online interactive content whilst Kat Shoob was a backstage reporter.

More recently The build-up has been presented by Ant Payne, Will Manning, Aimee Vivian & Rob Howard. Will Cozens was on air during the event with Niall Gray on the after party. JJ presented online interactive content whilst Jimmy Hill was a backstage reporter.

Sponsors[edit]

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 through 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 and 2015–2018, the event was sponsored by Coca-Cola. Morrisons Supermarket was the sponsor in 2014. SEAT is set to be the sponsor of its 2019 edition.

See also[edit]

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