|BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2017|
|Date: Sunday, 17 December Venue: Echo Arena, Liverpool Coverage: BBC One, Radio 5 live, BBC Sport internet web page|
The final tickets for the Sports Personality of the Year show are taking place sale with Rebecca Ferguson and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man named as two of the observe acts.
They will perform at Liverpool’s Echo Arena and in front of tens of thousands and thousands staring at on BBC One on 17 December.
Remaining tickets move on sale on Thursday from 09:00 GMT.
The show, fronted via manner of Gary Lineker, Gabby Logan and Clare Balding, choices observe from the BBC Philharmonic.
A shortlist of 12 contenders for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award used to be as soon as offered on Monday, with a public vote on the night deciding the winner.
How can I buy tickets?
Tickets to be in the audience are priced at £49.50 plus control fees.
They will also be purchased online via the use of www.echoarena.com/spoty2017. or via manner of calling 0844 8000 400 (Calls worth 5p consistent with minute plus your phone company’s get access to price).
All tickets are subject to control fees and children underneath 16 (minimum age 10) must be accompanied via manner of an adult.
Who it will likely be appearing?
Rory Charles Graham, upper referred to as Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, has cherished a a luck 12 months along side his album Human changing into the fastest-selling male debut album of the decade.
He will perform his new single ‘Grace’ all over a moving segment trustworthy to the ones sporting icons that have died in the earlier 12 months.
“It’s a privilege to perform in such an iconic BBC programme. It’s been an amazing year for sport and I’m looking forward to singing in front of some of the biggest sporting stars the UK has to offer,” he discussed.
Liverpool-born Ferguson, a former X Factor runner-up, will serve as all over a novel 2d to commemorate the recipient of this 12 months’s lifetime achievement award.
“It will be amazing to perform right here in my home town of Liverpool for such a huge BBC event, I honestly can’t wait,” she discussed.