The BBC has announced the ticket ballot for it's Radio 2 In Concert sessions has opened, with the chance for people to apply to see two huge headline acts.

Duran Duran and Coldplay will be doing two special performances in London in front of a small audience in December. 

Iconic 80s band Duran Duran will play at BBC Radio Theatre in London on December 2, and Coldplay will perform the following week. 

The BBC has said that tickets will be allocated via a random draw, which fans can register for from today. 

People living in Greater London postcodes will be allocated 50 percent of the tickets, and the other 50 percent will go to the rest of the UK.

When is it? 

Duran Duran will be playing on Thursday December 2 at around 6.45pm. Colplay will play the following week on Tuesday 

The BBC has asked lucky ticket holders to arrive from 5.15pm and last entry is at 6.45pm.

How do I get tickets? 

The ballot is now open where fans can register their details and apply for one pair of tickets. 

You can register for Duran Duran tickets here and Coldplay tickets here

Your details will be added to the list of applications and you can register from any time until Monday November 15 at 11.55pm.

If you are successful, you will be notified by text and the tickets will be emailed to you. 

Anyone who is unsuccessful will be added to the waiting list in case anyone cancels their tickets.  

What COVID-19 precautions are in place? 

All guests will need to provide a negative COVID-19 lateral flow test result (taken in the 24 hours prior to attending the event) from a UK Government-approved test provider (either via a home kit or via a test centre), with certification shown via email or text.

Face coverings will be mandatory on entry and when moving around the venue, but can be removed once inside the BBC Radio Theatre.