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NB: This event has been rescheduled for Saturday 10th September 2022.

Sadly Jo Whiley 90s Anthems shows this weekend in Edinburgh/ Glasgow are being postponed due to artist illness.  

Your tickets will be valid for the new date, Saturday 10th September 2022.

Should you require a refund please contact your ticket vendor. 
 
“I am totally gutted not being able to travel to Scotland this weekend - I’ve been looking forward to seeing you all so much!  Sorry to let you down 😢  
I’ll be straight back up to see you as I’m back fit to party! 

Love Jo 🧡 ”

 

HEY GIRL, HEY BOY,
SUPERSTAR DJ… HERE WE GO!

RB Events in association with Coalition Agency presents Jo Whiley's 90s Anthems on Saturday 10th September 2022 at O2 Academy Glasgow.

Jo Whiley will be bringing you all the best tracks from the greatest decade for music in one unforgettable night.

Think Blur vs Oasis, Fatboy Slim, Primal Scream, The Verve, The Chemical Brothers, Faithless, The Prodigy and a whole lot more.

Plus warm-up 90's DJ Chris Gregg getting you in the mood for a big night

Tickets now on sale via Ticketmaster

Book your tickets now via SeeTickets

Jo Whiley

JO WHILEY DJ

Arguably one of the most recognisable voices in British Broadcasting, Jo Whiley has had an exciting and varied career and is considered one of the nation’s favourite radio DJs.

Jo was born in Northampton. After studying in Brighton and dabbling on BBC Radio Sussex’s new music show, her first broadcasting job was as a presenter for WPFM, Radio 4’s youth culture and music show.

She then moved over into TV, initially on satellite, then to Channel 4 as band booker for ‘The Word’, giving Britain its first television taste of bands such as Nirvana and Rage Against The Machine.

Jo joined Radio 1 in the Spring of 1993 and in September she became permanent co-presenter of The Evening Session with Steve Lamacq. Four years later she landed her own daytime show, and remained part of Radio 1’s weekday line-up until 2009, when she began a new weekend programme.

Jo has also presented coverage of the Glastonbury Festival on Radio 1, Channel 4 and BBC-TV, plus she’s hosted several music programmes for Channel 4.
Jo now presents the 7-9pm slot weekdays on BBC Radio 2.

Jo is a celebrity ambassador to Mencap, a UK charity that works to support people with learning difficulties. She hosts the Little Noise Sessions concerts, in aid of the Mencap charity enlisting the support of many well known international music artists. She is also a supporter of Tommy’s – The Baby Charity. Jo is also the Patron of the Cri du Chat Syndrome Support Group.