Paul Weller will be having a big day at the BBC on Thursday, 14 May! Paul has numerous appearances and performances scheduled throughout the day on Radio 2 in support of his upcoming LP, Saturns Pattern. The day will be capped off with a special evening concert broadcast LIVE and hosted by Jo Whiley at the BBC Radio Theatre! Here’s the itinerary and details.
On Thursday 14th May, Radio 2 welcomes Paul Weller to the BBC.
He will be playing an exclusive performance in the BBC Radio Theatre for the Jo Whiley Show.
We have a strictly limited number of tickets to give away for this intimate concert, and you can get your hands on them here:
** Enter the ticket giveaway ***
Registration opens at 8:30pm on Tuesday 5th May and will close on Thursday 7th May at 10pm.
Entries submitted outside of these times will not be eligible.
Entrants must be 16 or over. Anyone attending this show under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult 18 years or older.
Tickets are free. Successful applicants will be selected at random once the registration period has closed.
You can apply for a maximum of one pair of tickets per household and you must make your own way to and from the event.
We’ll also be talking to Paul throughout the day…
Soundcheck with Ken Bruce
From 11:05 Ken Bruce welcomes Paul Weller to perform two exclusive tracks in the BBC Radio Theatre.
Listen live on 88-91FM, on digital radio and online here at bbc.co.uk/radio2
Simon Mayo Drivetime
From 5pm Paul Weller joins Simon Mayo to preview the evening’s performance.
Ask Paul Weller
After Paul’s chat with Simon on Drivetime, he’ll join Jo Whiley for an exclusive Ask Paul Weller video Q&A from the stage of the BBC Radio Theatre.
Paul will answer your questions right here at bbc.co.uk/Radio2. You can watch on your mobile phone, your PC or tablet.
We want your questions, so send them to:
Text: 88291 (Please start your text with PAULW)
Use the hashtag: #R2InConcert
Radio 2 In Concert
From 8pm it’s the main event! Enjoy our spectacular In Concert programme live from the BBC Radio Theatre.
Watch live online at bbc.co.uk/radio2, and also on BBC Red Button by just pressing red from any BBC channel.
Plus let us know what you think on Twitter by using #R2InConcert