Take That Spend 400k On BRITS Afterparty Bar Bill
16 Feb 2011
The influential BRIT Awards arrived in town last night and celebrated the finest talents and highest achievers in the music business at the glitzy event at London’s O2 Arena.
The event’s impressive list of winners and its outstanding live performances were only surpassed by Take That’s lavish afterparty at the Savoy Hotel in London.
A reported £400,000 bar bill is what the reunited men from Take That agreed to spent to celebrate their BRIT Award for “Best British Band.”
The world’s biggest pop act went to town on hospitality at the star-studded afterparty. 800 bottles of Champagne, 60 bottles of spirits and selections of luxury food platters were Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen’s way of saying “Thank You” to their record label and friends for a remarkable comeback year that has seen Take That reclaim the title for biggest and best act in the world today and also for the months ahead, when Take That embark on the biggest live tour in pop history.
Other big winner from last night's BRITS are Tinie Tempah, who scored 2 of the 4 categories he was nominated for and Canada's alternative rocker, Arcade Fire also went home with 2 trophies in the categories “International Group” and “Best International Album.”
Rihanna, Cee Lo Green and Adele, Mumford & Sons, Tinie Tempah and Take That rounded the event up with stunning live performances. And you can relive those moments now! For the first time, all live performances from last night's BRITS were made available on Appel’s iTunes shop straight after the event.
And even better. See the winner of the BRITS 2011 live when they this arrive for UK live dates this year. Ticketmaster’s GET ME IN! ticket marketplace has tickets for all UK dates for Take That tickets (see full UK dates below), Tinie Tempah tickets, Adele tickets, Rihanna tickets, Plan B tickets, Cee Lo Green tickets, Arcade Fire tickets and Jessie J tickets.
Take That "The Progress Live" Tour
Friday, 27th May Sunderland Stadium of Light
Saturday, 28th May Sunderland Stadium of Light
Monday, 30th May Sunderland Stadium of Light
Tuesday, 31st May Sunderland Stadium of Light
Friday, 3rd June Manchester City of Manchester
Saturday, 4th June Manchester City of Manchester
Sunday, 5th June Manchester City of Manchester
Wednesday, 8th June Manchester City of Manchester
Friday, 10th June Manchester City of Manchester
Saturday, 11th June Manchester City of Manchester
Sunday, 12th June Manchester City of Manchester
Tuesday, 14th June Cardiff Millennium Stadium
Wednesday, 15th June Cardiff Millennium Stadium
Saturday, 18th June 2011 Dublin Croke Park
Sunday, 19th June 2011 Dublin Croke Park
Wednesday, 22nd June Glasgow Hampden Park
Thursday, 23rd June Glasgow Hampden Park
Friday, 24th June Glasgow Hampden Park
Monday, 27th June Birmingham Villa Park
Tuesday, 28th June Birmingham Villa Park
Thursday, 30th June London Wembley Stadium
Friday, 1st July London Wembley Stadium
Saturday, 2nd July London Wembley Stadium
Monday, 4th July London Wembley Stadium
Tuesday, 5th July London Wembley Stadium
Wednesday, 6th July London Wembley Stadium
Friday, 8th July London Wembley Stadium
Saturday, 9th July London Wembley Stadium