This summer promises to be special for music fans around the country with an impressive line up of musical superstars scheduled to play at Wembley Stadium connected by EE in the coming months!
Who is playing and when? Bruce Springsteen kicks off the summer of music with a sell-out show on Sunday 5 June, before Capital Summertime Ball returns for the seventh year running on Saturday 11 June. Next up is Coldplay who are playing on 15, 16, 18 & 19 June. Rihanna is booked for Friday 24 June, before Beyoncé plays two nights on 2 & 3 July.
If you arrive early, what is there to do? London Designer Outlet is less than a minute’s walk from Wembley Stadium and offers visitors over 50 outlet stores with up to 70% off RRP as well as more than 20 restaurants, coffee shops and cafés. So arrive early, have a browse and pick up a bargain before enjoying the concert.
Have you heard about our street food and bars? We’ve teamed up with Gorilla Events and Sourced Market to bring the tastiest street food vendors to Wembley Park on event days! Sourced Market have hand picked a delicious variety of stalls serving up pizzas, burgers, meatballs and hot dogs so make sure you arrive with an empty stomach and sample the capital’s favourite street food before you head into the stadium. There are also bars set up on event days too, offering a selection of beers, ciders, wines and soft drinks.
If you are driving, where do you park? We have ample car parking on site, and it’s simple and quick to book in advance. For more information on parking at Wembley Park on event days, click here.
If you are coming by public transport, how do you get to Wembley Park? We’re very well connected with three stations, Wembley Park, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium Station connecting the Jubilee, Metropolitan, Bakerloo, Overground and National Rail lines. So no matter where you are travelling from, you won’t have any problems. For more information on arriving by public transport, click here.