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Top London Gigs in 2016

Enjoy London shows from reunited indie-rock legends, world-famous pop singers and rising music stars in 2016. You can also get concert tickets to live gigs in London.


Macklemore and Ryan Lewis at The O2

Rapper and producer duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis are heading back to the UK for a huge arena tour, stopping off in London for just one night. Expect plenty of new music alongside well-known hits such as Thrift Shop and Same Love. 27 Apr

Dixie Chicks at The O2

The 13-time Grammy award-winning country singers, Dixie Chicks, return to The O2 this year. With their blend of country, pop and rock, the Chicks are sure to put on quite a show. 1 May

Dixie Chicks 

Neil Young at The O2

Legendary rock guru Neil Young will grace the presence of The O2 this summer, and you don’t want to miss out. Having recorded a new album, The Monsanto Years, with new backup band Promises of the Real, Young’s show will introduce some of these new tunes, infused with hits that have entertained millions through the decades. 11 Jun

Neil Young & Promises of the Real Deal 

Field Day at Victoria Park

One of London’s biggest festivals, Field Day, returns once again to Victoria Park this summer. Catch some rays and enjoy the trendy East London vibes, while enjoying performances from headliners James Blake and PJ Harvey. 11-12 Jun

Coldplay at Wembley Stadium

Coldplay are playing a few huge gigs at Wembley Stadium as part of the band’s 2016 European tour to promote A Head Full of Dreams – a new album that frontman Chris Martin has described as a “record to be played live.” Brace yourselves for some Coldplay classics, such as Viva La Vida and Fix You. 15-19 Jun

Rihanna at Wembley Stadium

Rihanna is making just one stop-off in London on her world tour showcasing new album Anti, as she headlines Wembley Stadium. Supported by The Weeknd and Big Sean, this will be the first time Rihanna has played in London for two years. 24 June

Lionel Richie at The O2

Lionel Richie has written some of the greatest and most recognisable hits of the twentieth century: Hello, All Night Long and Dancing on the Ceiling, to name but a few. He brings his All The Hits Tour to The O2 this July. 2-6 Jul

Lionel Richie 

South West Four at Clapham Common

Global superstars Rudimental and the Chemical Brothers have just been confirmed as the headline acts for South West Four on Clapham Common, South London. Dance the bank holiday weekend away and enjoy the music, with a packed-out lineup keeping you entertained for the entire weekend. 27-28 Aug

Billy Joel at Wembley Stadium

He’s sold more than 150 million records worldwide in what has been a glittering career, and now he’s back at the UK’s biggest stadium venue. Head down to Wembley, and watch Billy Joel perform hit after hit from his many decades in the limelight, including We Didn't Start the Fire and Piano Man. 10 Sep

The Cure at the SSE Arena Wembley

The Cure are heading to London as part of their first European tour since 2008. The iconic English rock band are expected to play from their 37-year back-catalogue, including Friday I’m In Love, Boys Don’t Cry and The Love Cats, as well as a few songs we’ve never heard before. 1-3 Dec