No world city has such a great musical legacy as London. From the swinging sixties through the 70’s and 80’s era’s of Rock and then Punk to the 90’s Britpop and Millenial Cool Britannia, London is almost the centre of the music world.
This unique tour will take us to iconic locations with close connections to some of the biggest stars the world has ever known. We’ll visit the places where bands played their first gigs, where others got their big breaks. From inspirations for famous songs to where singers lived and where others are now permanently memorialised.
Whether you love music or simply want to see a different side of London, this tour is for you with music and stars from across the decades.
We’ll start off by visiting the statue dedicated to the late Amy Winehouse before heading to Abbey Roads to visit the studios made famous around the world by The Beatles and have your photo taken on that road-crossing, you know it has to be done!
Then to Waterloo to visit the very place that inspired The Kinks to write their hit Waterloo Sunset before visiting the shrine to David Bowie in Brixton.
We head next to the cafe where a very young Bob Dylan became a hit and where Rolling Stone drummer Charlie Watts got a lucky break. Nearby is Kensington Park, the inspiration for Blur’s epic 90’s hit ‘Park Life’.
Talking of The Rolling Stones, we’ll head off to China Town and visit the scene where they were first discovered. From here we’ll walk through bohemian Soho and follow in the footsteps of Elton John, Paul Simon, The Sex Pistols and of course, Jimi Hendrix.
City Location: London
Duration of Tour: 4 hours
(Approximate times as all tours are bespoke)
Adult Prices per person excluding tube tickets (child prices available upon request).
1 Adult = £90
2 Adults = £85
3 Adults = £80
4 Adults = £75
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