The SSE Arena, Wembley Events
If you want to know what’s on at The SSE Arena, Wembley (formerly known as Wembley Arena) to help plan your next big night out, you can check out the programme of upcoming events and get booking your tickets online or at the box office in Arena Square. If you’re in the mood for a luxury upgrade, try out the Club Seats with prime views and access to a VIP lounge. Or go all out with a VIP Experience and get the best seats in the house as well as a dedicated host and time to chill before and after the show in a lounge. The SSE Arena, Wembley capacity is 12,500 and over the years, this legendary London music and events venue has seen some of the biggest names in popular music walk its doors: Queen, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Cher, Michael Jackson, U2, Tina Turner, Madonna, ABBA, Stevie Wonder, to name but a few.
An iconic sports venue in Wembley Park
The SSE Arena, Wembley started out as the Empire Pool, built in 1934 as a great British sporting venue that was used for the 1948 Olympics, the Wembley Professional Tennis Championships and indoor cycling competitions. These days you’ll find everything from darts to cage fighting at The SSE Arena, Wembley, keeping Wembley’s sporting history alive and kicking, right next door to Wembley Stadium.
The SSE Arena, Wembley is managed by ASM Global, the leading provider of innovative venue services and live experience. Its busy schedule includes Lenny Kravitz, Bryan Adams and The X Factor Finals.
ABBA played six sold-out concerts, from 5 to 10 November 1979 and Tina Turner is the female artist with the most shows at the Arena. Sir Cliff Richard takes this title as the male artist with the most number of shows, whereas Status Quo hold the record for a rock band with 45 performances. American pop superstar Prince also played 35 concerts at the venue between 1986–1998.
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