Capital Jingle Bell Ball 2023: Full lineup, event times and how to watch at Outernet London

Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball is this weekend - here’s everything you need to know.

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Capital's Jingle Bell Ball festivities will take over London's O2 Arena once again this weekend as some of music's biggest names take to its stage for the Christmas-themed music show.

The radio station's annual festive celebrations have become a staple event at the O2 Arena over the years. The iconic venue has hosted Capital's Jingle Bell Ball since 2008.

Jingle Bell Ball's 2023 lineup will see Take That, Busted and S Club all perform on the same stage. Little Mix's Leigh-Anne, RAYE and Rita Ora are also featured on the weekend's bill.

We break down what those heading to the O2 Arena need to know about the 2023 Capital Jingle Bell Ball, including when it will start and finish, how to get there, and if there are any tickets left.

Door opening times for Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball 2023

As stated on the O2 Arena website, doors for Capital's 2023 Jingle Bell Ball will open at 4.30pm on both Saturday and Sunday.

When does Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball 2023 start and finish?

The 2023 Capital Jingle Bell Ball will start at 6pm. The concert will continue into the evening as a variety of big names take to the stage. It is expected to wrap up at 10pm. 

Full confirmed lineup for Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball

Saturday, December 9 

  • Alicia Keys

  • Tom Grennan

  • Busted

  • Tate McRae

  • Becky Hill

  • ArrDee

  • Leigh-Anne

  • Nathan Dawe

  • Jax Jones

Sunday, December 10

  • Take That

  • RAYE

  • S Club

  • Zara Larsson

  • Rudimental

  • Rita Ora

  • Joel Corry

  • Jazzy 

  • Alicia Keys

How to get to Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball by Tube

North Greenwich Underground Station, which is on the Jubilee line, is the closest station to London's O2 Arena, aka the setting of Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball festivities.

The Tube stop has services towards Stratford and central London, which run roughly every 10 minutes. The last train from North Greenwich to Stratford on Saturday will be at 1am, while the last train towards Central London will leave at 12.19am.

For Sunday the last trains will leave earlier. The final train to Stratford will depart at 12.16am and to central London at 11.45pm.

Are there any tickets still available for Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball? 

Sorry, music fans, tickets to Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball are now sold out. However, fans could still be able to win a pass for the festive concert bonanza.

This week, a Barclaycard Bauble will be touring across the UK and those who work out where it is could be in with a chance of winning a ticket. The promotion will be on until tomorrow, December 8. 

More information and how to take part is available on the Capital FM website.

How to watch Capital’s 2023 Jingle Bell Ball at Outernet London

Those who didn't manage to get tickets to see the Capital 2023 Jingle Bell Ball at the O2 Arena can still watch the festivities in London.

All the Jingle Bell Ball action will be available to watch for free at Outernet London on Tottenham Court Road from 6pm on both days of the Christmas concert event. More information on the Outernet London website.