The BBC Music Awards
BBC Music Awards 2016 takes place on 10 December at Birmingham’s Genting Arena, with performances from 1D, Mumford & Sons, Ellie Goulding and more!
BBC Music Awards 2016
Updated: 23 October 2015
The stars align for the second BBC Music Awards – One Direction, Mumford & Sons, Ellie Goulding, Little Mix, Hozier and more will perform at the 2015 ceremony.
After an incredible first year in 2014, the second BBC Music Awards will be held in Birmingham. Returning on Thursday 10 December, the awards show will take place at Genting Arena and will see the biggest UK and international acts coming together to celebrate the year in music complete with huge performances from the biggest names in pop.
Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton will be on hand to host the ceremony and it will be broadcast across Radio 1, Radio 2 and on television on BBC One.
After an incredible first year in London, BBC Music Awards 2016 looks to be one of the most exciting events of the year. There will be incredible performances from the world’s leading artists, many of which will be backed by the BBC Concert Orchestra. Get your hands on BBC Music Awards tickets to be part of this brilliant event.
BBC Music Awards Line-up
This year the hottest ticket in pop will be the 2015 BBC Music Awards, which will see performances from the biggest acts in the world. Taking the stage will be One Direction, Ellie Goulding, Mumford & Sons, Hozier, Jess Glynne and OMI.
One Direction – the world’s most-loved boyband – performed at the ceremony last year. They will return in 2015 for another huge set, performing tracks from their album Four.
Everyone’s favourite pop, folk, rock band Mumford & Sons are due to make an appearance. The band released their fourth album, Wilder Mind, in May 2015, and you can expect to hear tracks from this and their older releases.
Joining the 1D boys and Mumford are Ellie Goulding and Jess Glynne. Two of the UK’s most talked about British pop stars. Meanwhile Hozier will perform – fingers cross for a rendition of his acclaimed Take Me To Church – and OMI, who had the massive hit Cheerleader this summer, will also take to the stage.
Last year saw the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Calvin Harris play sets, while Pharrell Williams bagged two of the four awards. Ed Sheeran walked away with British Artist of the Year and Catfish and the Bottlemen landed BBC Introducing award for Best New Act.