The summer of music: your guide to the best concerts at Wembley Park
The warmer weather and longer days can only mean one thing…summer is here. So as dig out your sunglasses and cover yourself in sunscreen, we’ve rounded up the must-see music concerts in Wembley Park this summer.
BTS (1-2 June, Wembley Stadium)
Rejoice European ARMY – BTS are coming to London for the very first time this summer for their World Tour ‘Love yourself : Speak yourself’ to connect with the people through their music.
Tenacious D (1-2 June, SSE Arena)
Following a sold out tour of North America, acclaimed rock duo Tenacious D will travelling across the pond for a two-night show in London.
Capital FM Summertime Ball (8 June, Wembley Stadium)
With all the big-name pop music artists on the same stage, Capital FM Summertime Ball is the gold standard for summer festivals. (and yes, we cannot wait for the Jonas Brothers either!)
Spice Girls (13-15 June, Wembley Stadium)
Get ready to spice up your life! The era defining, best-selling female group of all time are bringing girl power to Wembley in full force, as Emma, Mel B, Melanie C and Geri reunite on stage for their Spice World tour. Now this is what we want, what we really, really want.
Fleetwood Mac (16, 18 June, Wembley Stadium)
The Grammy-award winning, over 100 million worldwide recording selling British-American band Fleetwood Mac, are coming to London.
Bon Jovi (21 June, Wembley Stadium)
One of the planet’s biggest rock bands, Bon Jovi are once again returning to Wembley Stadium -19 years after they were the last band to ever play in the old Wembley.
Billy Joel (22 June, Wembley Stadium)
Legendary musician, Billy Joel, will perform his ONLY UK performance for 2019 – and the first show in London in over 3 years – at Wembley this summer. So don’t miss your chance to see him live!
Eagles (23 June, Wembley Stadium)
Bringing their critically acclaimed tour to Europe, the Eagles will perform their timeless classics, including “Hotel California,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” for us this summer.
Julio Iglesias (26 June, SSE Arena)
One of the world’s best-selling artists of all time, the legendary singer-songwriter Julio Iglesias is coming to London for one truly special night to celebrate 50-years of his sensational music.
Lynyrd Skynyrd (29 June, SSE Arena)
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, are bringing their farewell tour to the UK this summer to give European fans one last night of unforgettable classic Southern rock music.
P!NK - 29-30 June, Wembley Stadium)
Let’s get this party started! Well known for her incredible live shows, international pop icon, P!NK, will be playing two massive nights as part of her P!NK Beautiful Trauma World Tour 2019 in July.
Janelle Monáe (2 July, SSE Arena)
The Grammy-nominated Janelle Monáe is bringing her headline show to Wembley this summer. After the recent release of her third album, Dirty Computer, we cannot wait to see her perform.
Carrie Underwood (4 July, SSE Arena)
Multi-platinum, seven-time Grammy Award winning superstar, Carrie Underwood, has announced a major UK arena tour – with one night in Wembley.
Walk Off the Earth (5 July, SSE Arena)
Walk Off the Earth are currently taking the world by storm with their Juno Award winning, multi-platinum musical phenomenon – and they’re bringing that ever-growing repertoire to Wembley.
The Who (6 July, Wembley Stadium)
That’s right, undoubtedly one of the most influential rock bands of the 20th century, are coming back to London. The Who announced their ‘Moving on!’ show and will be performing for one night in London this July!
MONSTA X (9 July, SSE Arena)
One of the hottest K-Pop bands in the world, MONSTA X, will be performing their biggest world tour ever at Wembley this Summer. We won’t be able to Play it Cool…
ZZ Top (12 July, SSE Arena)
Fifteen studio albums, 30 million record sales and 50 years later, ZZ Top are still going strong. The legendary trio will be playing their timeless hits in Wembley this summer.
Gurdas Maan (13 July, SSE Arena)
Gurdas Maan, globally renowned for his inspirational lyrics and captivating stage presence, returns to the UK this summer for YET another sell-out tour.
One Africa Music Festival (24 August, SSE Arena)
A spectacular night of high energy Afrobeats music from some of the most talented artists from Africa and beyond is guaranteed this August, with the return of the One Africa music fest.
Junoon (25 August, SSE Arena)
After 14 long years, the most popular rock band of Southeast Asia are returning to the UK Blending a powerful, arena rock sound with the epic tranquility of Sufi Muslim love poetry, they are a must see.
Fancy making a day of it?
If you are lucky enough to be seeing one of these sensational acts, make sure you make the most of the day by grabbing a bite to eat or sipping on a refreshing drink at one of the many delicious eateries in Wembley like Boxpark Wembley, Black Sheep coffee or even the London Designer Outlet.
You can even grab yourself a deal at the LDO with this DropIt service where for a small fee (literally £10) you can have all your purchases delivered to the address of your choice the next day – meaning you can shop away without worrying about lugging your new goodies into the venue.
And hey even if you are not going to a show, pop along to Wembley Park anyway. Getting here couldn’t be easier! We’re only 12 minutes from Central London on the Bakerloo line AND have over 3,000 car parking spaces across five car parks to make your journey even easier.