This month we have gathered the most interesting worldwide events in music, sport and culture industries that are not to be missed in May. Be assured that with us you get the best seats, priority access and much more to make your event attendance an unforgettable live experience.
May 6 / MET Gala 2019
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
he Met Gala is an annual celebration that commemorates the opening of the spring exhibition of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute; it’s also a fund-raising event for the museum. Celebrities and public figures across many industries attend, with the most notable names usually arriving with a famous fashion designer who has dressed them for the evening. This year’s theme is “Camp: Notes on Fashion” is a play on the Susan Sontag essay “Notes on ‘Camp,’” published in 1964, and is built upon the many iterations of camp style, and we don’t mean summer camp or anything to do with nature.
May 8 – 12 / Royal Windsor Horse Show
Windsor Castle, Windsor
Royal Windsor Horse Show is set to become the UK’s richest show for competitors by offering a record-breaking prize fund at the Country’s largest horse show. Showcasing a star-studded line-up in its spectacular setting, the increased prize fund and new additions to the event reaffirm its prominence in the global equestrian calendar and popularity amongst fans.
May 14 – 25 / Cannes Film Festival 2019
Palais des Festivals, Cannes
One of the essential events for the film industry, attended by prestigious directors and actors as well as up-and-coming film professionals who have yet to make their mark. The Golden Palm of Cannes Film Festival 2018 went to the film Manbiki Kazoku. During the Cannes Film Festival you can enjoy the best and popular events, private and by-invitation-only parties of the Cannes Film Festival: amfAR Cannes charity evening, DeGrisogono Cannes Party, Chopard Party Cannes and Vanity Fair Party.
May 19 / 2019 British Basketball Play-off Finals
The O2 Arena, London
The 2019 Basketball Play-off Finals will be the biggest event in the British Basketball calendar.
Taking place on Sunday 19th May, it will be a landmark edition – as the fifth to be held at one of the world’s leading basketball Arenas.
With both the men’s (BBL) and women’s (WBBL) Play-off finals taking place, you will see the climax to the 2018-19 season in this exhilarating end-of-season double bill.
May 23 / amfAR Gala Cannes
Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, Cap d’Antibes
In 2019 amfAR returns to the fabled Hôtel du Cap for the 26th annual amfAR Gala Cannes. It’s one of the world’s most successful benefit events and the most coveted ticket in town during the Cannes International Film Festival. To date, this spectacular, star-studded event has raised more than $220 million for amfAR’s life-saving research programs and has helped keep the fight against AIDS in the global media spotlight.
May 24 / Rita Ora
The O2 Arena, London
It would be an understatement to say that it’s been a momentous few years for Rita Ora. Following the release of smash hit new single ‘Let You Love Me’ and the announcement of her album ‘Phoenix’ due for release on the 23 November via Atlantic Records, Rita Ora today announces details for her 2019 global tour, stopping at The O2 on Friday 24 May.
May 25 – 27 / Mariah Carey
Royal Albert Hall, London
The legendary pop diva and one of the best-selling female artists of all time, is making her Royal Albert Hall headline debut in May 2019 with a rare three-night residency. The show will feature Mimi’s world-famous vocals with a setlist highlighting her extensive catalogue of music.
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