Later With Jools Holland At The Royal Albert Hall
Jools Holland will be taking his iconic music television show to the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday September 21st 2017 to celebrate 25 years, 50 series and over 360 episodes on BBC Two.

The full line-up has been revealed as featuring: Foo Fighters, Paul Weller, Van Morrison, Dizzee Rascal, Gregory Porter, Kali Uchis, Camille, Songhoy Blues, and Jorja Smith.

The Later… experience as normally enjoyed by a few in the television studio now laid bare in the bowl of the Royal Albert Hall. For one night only, this magical musical mystery tour, will celebrate Later… With Jools Holland’s commitment to all manner of musicians and music that matter. The show will feature ten artists, old friends of the show and some new ones.

Jools Holland says: 

“It’s fantastic that we’re going to celebrate 25 years of making this show with a special one off event, where all of the workings of the Later experience will be transported into the Royal Albert Hall!”

The Later 25 show will broadcast on Saturday September 23rd on BBC Two.

Mark Cooper, Head of Music Television, Entertainment, Music and Events, BBC Studios says: 

“Every edition of Later…With Jools Holland is an event, artist following artist, Jools and camera crew moving from stage to stage, the whole bigger than the sum of its parts. So to bring that experience to the grand intimacy and magical bowl that is the Albert Hall should be a mega-event. We’ll have done around 360 shows by the time we get to the Albert Hall so it’s only appropriate to film a great mix of artists there in 360 degrees.”

Later 25 was commissioned by Patrick Holland, Controller, BBC Two, Jan Younghusband, Head of Commissioning, Music Television, and James Stirling, Editor, BBC Music and is made by BBC Studios’ Entertainment, Music and Events.

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