Dance, R&B and Jazz Music Breaks

Alexander ONeil
Beverley Knight
John Legend

Dance, R&B and Jazz music breaks by coach

R&B has ruled the charts in recent years, with songs combining soulful voices and an attractive hip hop beat proving popular with the buying and downloading public.

It’s a genre of music which has evolved over the years, from its origins in the 40s and the iconic ‘Motown Sound” of the 60s, developing through the decades to the contemporary hip-hop and pop vibe of today.

At National Holidays our Dance, R&B and Jazz packages celebrate this iconic style of music.

Modern music continues to enjoy a vibrant R&B scene.

It’s been a long time since rhythm and blues originated as a popular African-American musical genre that originated in the 1940s.

Since then it has influenced many different styles of music through the decades, including 50s and 60s rock n roll, 70s disco and funk, 80s soul and early 90s pop. Fast forward a few years and R&B is still entrenched within the mainstream musical landscape.

Our concert packages include tickets to see contemporary and distinguished R&B artists throughout the decades that have stamped their mark on the genre, plus all coach travel and hotel accommodation for your convenience.

If you love the iconic Motown R&B sound then don’t miss the chance to see The Four Tops & The Temptations, performing together on the same bill in one special concert, or The Drifters who continue to wow with their close harmonies 60 years since they were first formed.

You can also see 80s soul star Alexander O’Neal or one of Britain’s biggest ever R&B singer-songwriters Billy Ocean.

If you love powerful R&B vocals then they don’t get much bigger than Beverley Knight, who is celebrating a remarkable 20 years in the industry with her first tour in four years.

This year also sees global superstar Rihanna return to the UK for the first time in three years with a massive show at Wembley Stadium.

With so much choice, you won’t be disappointed. Book your trip with National Holidays today!

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