Published on March 15th, 2018 | by Jon Bunnies


Join me for a rock’n’roll tour of London UK this spring. But hurry because the deadline to book is TODAY.

A rock’n’roll tour of London! Who’s with me?

It’s the perfect thing for anyone who wants to combine a love of music with travel. Together with and 102.1 the Edge, I’m going to a lead a small group of rock fans on an eight-day tour of important musical landmarks across London this May 11-19.

Here’s what I’ve lined up:

  • A full day punk and New Wave tour (I’ve done this already, and it’s amazing!)
  • A half day Beatles and classic rock tour (Same thing. VERY cool.)
  • A stop at David Bowie’s childhood home
  • A music museum tour
  • Bar-hopping, including , the world-famous on Oxford Street and , which contains priceless music memorabilia.
  • Special meals at and (owned by former Stones bassist Bill Wyman)
  • 7-day Oyster card for travel on the London Underground and buses (Zones 1-2)
  • Two full days and two half-days to explore London on your own
  • Accommodation at the 4-star  in London’s West End (continental breakfast included!)
  • Return airfare via WestJet and airport transfers.
  • Plenty of up close and personal time with me.

Total cost per person Double: $3345 CAD including taxes
Total cost per person Single: $4040

For Let`s see information, .

Click on the image to book your space on my first-ever rock’n’roll travel excursion!


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is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

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3 Responses to Join me for a rock’n’roll tour of London UK this spring. But hurry because the deadline to book is TODAY.

  1. Joe says:

    Have you ever done a tour like this before? It sounds like something I’d love to do, I just wish it wasn’t scheduled the same week that The Fratellis were playing.

  2. Bharti says:

    I think those people who don’t travel the world, don’t get complete knowledge.
    So one should try that every one should definitely go to a favorite place.
    thanks for the article.

  3. I wish you’d include something from Marc Bolan’s London. It’s about time, (40 years since his death in a car crash), Marc gets Let`s see recognition in North America.

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