On Saturday 6th May, all eyes will be on London for The Coronation of King Charles III. We've teamed up with Visit Britain to celebrate all things British!
It's only fitting to pay homage to the greatest British songs of all time and we need your help to compile a list of some of the most iconic and memorable tunes that have shaped the music industry!
From The Beatles to Adele, from David Bowie to Oasis, British artists have created some of the most timeless and influential songs in history. Vote for your favorite British song ever and help us determine which ones will make it to the top of the list!
Cast your vote to win incredible prizes thanks to Visit Britain including an incredible goody bag that includes money-can't-buy themed teas including the exclusive ‘His MajesTEA' bag to celebrate the Coronation!
Listen Saturday from 12pm for live coverage of the coronation plus we're counting down the top 100 British Songs of all time on Dubai 92...
The Spice Girls, one of the biggest girl groups in music history, originated in London. Fans can take a tour of the band's favorite spots, such as the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, where the iconic music video for "Wannabe" was filmed, or explore the vibrant nightlife of Soho.
The Beatles, one of the most iconic bands in music history, originated in Liverpool, England, making it a popular destination for fans of the Fab Four. Visitors can explore The Beatles Story museum, take a Magical Mystery Tour, or visit famous landmarks such as the Cavern Club.
The annual Glastonbury Festival, held in Somerset, England, attracts music lovers from around the world. With a diverse lineup of artists, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming acts, it's a must-visit destination for those looking to experience the UK's vibrant music scene.
The iconic Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the legendary rock band Queen, was born in Zanzibar but raised in London. Fans can visit the Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity founded in his memory, and take a walking tour of the singer's favorite London haunts.
The Rolling Stones, known for their rock 'n' roll attitude and bluesy sound, have a long-standing history with London. Fans can take a walking tour of the band's former hangouts, such as The Marquee Club, and explore iconic locations like Carnaby Street.
Scotland has produced some of the most famous folk musicians in the world, such as the legendary singer-songwriter, Donovan. Fans of folk music can visit the Scottish Folk Music Centre in Edinburgh, attend live performances at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, or explore the rich musical heritage of the Scottish Highlands.
The Welsh singer Tom Jones is an icon in the UK's music industry, and fans can visit his hometown of Pontypridd, located in the Rhondda Valley. Visitors can explore the Tom Jones Experience museum, attend live performances at the nearby Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, or discover the natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park.