Top London Music Venues

If the amazing energy of a large-scale concert is what you are looking for, then London has some of the best music venues in the world. The O2 opened in 2007, it has a capacity of 20,000, and has played host to stars such as Lionel Richie, Barbara Streisand, Coldplay and Adele.

Want bigger? Wembley Stadium is not only the home-ground of the England national football team, it also hosts major concerts throughout the year. And we mean major! With a capacity for up to 90,000 people, the stadium has played host to AC/DC, Adele, Madonna, Oasis and Take That.

The Royal Albert Hall is one of Londons most popular music venues and has a capcity for up to 5,272 people. It’s smaller in size to the other two, however it’s still played host to an array of amazing talent. Yearly playing host to the BBC Proms, as well as having artists such as Kaiser Cheifs, Muse and Adele holding concerts there too, It’s charm is that it enables you to experience live music close up, whilst also providing you with a beautiful venue to enjoy your favourite acts in. It’s safe to say the Royal Albert Hall provides something for everyone, whether you like rock, pop, jazz or classical music.

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