The British singer quickly gained reputation for scoring high on the charts, following her vocals on DJ Fresh’s single ‘Hot Right Now’ and debut album ‘Ora’ in 2012, both reaching number one on the Official Charts.
Rita Ora has cancelled her headline spot at Bedford Park Concerts and organiser LPH Concerts and Events were left devastated, however the show must go on and the dedicated team have worked around the clock and pulled off a sensational replacement line up. LPH have got not one but two of the most exciting singer songwriters in the UK right now and pulled an absolute blinding line up together in record time. Tom Odell and Tom Walker are now confirmed along with Fleur East and MistaJam for the new Saturday night line-up in Bedford Park. Ivor Novello-winning singer songwriting sensation and master of the ivories Tom Odell is on his way to Bedford! Known for his blistering live charismatic sets, Tom entertains the crowds by belting out his hit records whilst playing the piano with true style and showmanship. His emotional piano led songs have seen him win a Brits Critic’s choice award and an Ivor Novello. Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘Robust and poppy, with his piano led songs of unrequited love all building to big, singalong choruses delivered with key-thumping vigour, like a cross between Elton John and Noel Gallagher. Tom Odell is at the very top of his game, with multiple awards and 1.8 million sales under his belt. Songs such as ‘Another Love’ saw him shoot into the top ten charts and his debut album ‘Long Way Down’ shot straight to number one. His following two albums also went top 5 in the album charts and his new album ‘Long Way Down’ is described as a career defining record. Other stand out hits include ‘Real Love’, ‘If you Wanna Love Somebody’ and ‘Magnetised’. Tom Odell live is an experience not to be missed, he is an electrifying live performer with his own signature style. Tom Walker is the winner of the Brit Awards ‘British Breakthrough Act’. The Scottish born, Manchester-bred singer-songwriter broke through with his International hit single “Leave A Light On” which became one of the biggest songs of 2018 as well as featuring on the global Sony Bravia TV campaign. "Leave a Light On" hit the #1 spot in the iTunes chart in 17 countries including the UK and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide (300 million streams globally). Tom Walker has sold out his own headline shows all over the globe as well as supporting great artists like George Ezra and The Script and he has played over forty festivals this year alone. His debut album ‘What a Time to Be Alive’ went straight to number one in the album charts. Fresh from a stunning Glastonbury live set, Tom is heading to Bedford Park to ensure it’s a night to remember. Tom Walker and Tom Odell join the line up along with Fleur East and as planned Radio 1 DJ MistaJam will close the night with a DJ set. Promoter, Mark Harrison comments: “I hope with the announcement of these acts, our concert goers will be excited by the new line up. With your support and understanding we can continue to grow Bedford Park Concerts and I know we will all have a fantastic night on Saturday 27th July. The show must go on, sadly without Rita, but the acts taking her place will make sure the night is one of Bedford’s biggest successes yet. The team worked around the clock to pull some of the most exciting talent in the UK for the line up. We are committed to bringing the biggest names in the music world to Bedford Park and my goodness I’m pleased and relieved to say we have delivered. Thank you to Tom Walker, Tom Odell and Louisa for stepping in at short notice. Come and join us for an amazing night in Bedford Park” Ticket Prices: General Admission Adults - £45.00** Children (5-16 Yrs Old) £30.00* Children (Under 5s) - Free *Limited amount of child tickets available. 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