London is a great place to see a music concert and the biggest star in the world is visits London every year (if there is no Covid-19 around)
List of music performance in London
you can find an updated list of music performance in London by date in the compare tickets websites (mainly second-hand tickets) ticket-compare.com in this link.
More about Musical show in London can be found on the page London Musicals.
Tickets for London music concert
Most of the tickets left for the upcoming shows are usually in the secondary market.
In the secondary market, the ticket prices may be higher or lower than the ticket face value but most of the time it’s the only option to find tickets near the show date.
A very popular website for musical performance in London is TicketMaster but tickets are snapped up quickly, so some of the shows may already be sold out, but don’t worry, there is always the possibility to buy tickets from people who have brought them already and want to sell them as they can no longer go.
we would always recommend you to shop around to find the best and cheapest tickets, including on the second-hand sites:
The secondary market tickets prices may be higher or lower than face value.
Stubhub – This is the official return ticket site for the O2 and is owned by eBay.
Viagogo – A secure site for popular shows in London, the site is also easy to navigate by category.
SportsEvents365 – A site for sporting events including football games and other shows in London, England, and further afield in Europe.
Anyway, It is always to the compare tickets price in ticket-compare.com
History list of London music concert
We have picked in the past what we believe are the best music performances in London:
Coldplay on the 17th of February at the O2 Academy Brixton.
Idan Raichel Will be playing at the Barbican on 23 February and tickets are available for between £20 and £45.
Maya Isacowitz will be at the Green Note on 25 February and tickets are only £9.
Rudimental will be at the O2 for one show only on 3 of March, tickets are between £20 and £30.
Wet Wet Wet will be at the O2 for one show only on 6 of March, tickets are up to £46.
The Jesus & Mary Chain will be playing at the Forum in Kentish Town on 11 March, tickets are £32.
Kurt Vile & The Violators will be at the Roundhouse in Camden on 10 March. The tickets are only £22.
Junun featuring Shye Ben Tzur & Jonny Greenwood & Rajasthan Express are playing at the Barbican on 11 March. Tickets are priced at £17 – £25.
Country Music Festival C2C – Country to Country is on at the O2 for 3 nights between 11 and 13 March.
Adele London music concert will be at the O2 for 8 shows between 15 March and 15 April, with a few additional shows in the rest of the UK.
You can also see where else in the world Adele is performing on this site and find tickets.
Mariah Carey will be performing at the O2 on 23 March. Tickets are between £45 and £75.
Underworld will be performing at the Camden Roundhouse on 25 March. Tickets are £35.
A-ha will be at the O2 on 26 March. The tickets range from £25 to £85.
Wolf Alice are coming for 3 shows at the Forum in Kentish Town, on 26, 27 and 28 March. Tickets start at £27.
Janet Jackson – will be the O2 for one show only on 31 March. Tickets are from £35 to £85.
Infected Mushroom will be at the Ministry of Sound on 1 April. The tickets are between £15 and £25.
Primal Scream will be at the London Palladium on 1 April.
Muse will be performing 5 shows at the O2 on 3, 11, 12, 14, 15 April. Tickets range from £45 to £75.
Buena Vista Social Club will complete their farewell world tour with a performance at the O2 on 6 April. The tickets are between £35 and £100.
Jeff Lynne’s ELO London music concert will be playing 4 shows at the O2 from 20 to 26 April.
UB40 will be at the O2 on 29 April.
Elvis Costello London show will be performing 4 nights at the London Palladium from 10 to 14 May.
Chris Cornell will perform at the Royal Albert Hall on 3 May. The tickets start at £30.
Bryan Adams will be performing at the O2 on 7 May. The tickets are between £38 and £45.
Iggy Pop will be at the Royal Albert Hall on 13 May.
Manic Street Preacher will be on for 2 nights at the Royal Albert Hall on 16 and 17 May. Tickets range from £38 to £70.
Father John Misty will be performing 3 shows at the Camden Roundhouse on 18, 19 and 20 May.
We Are FSTVL – A dance festival with Dance, House, Techno, and more music genres. It takes place at Damyns Hall Aerodrome in Essex with artists including Craig David, Fatboy Slim, and many more on 28 and 29 May. Tickets range from £52 to £155.
Fetty Wap will be at the Eventim Apollo on 29 May.
AC/DC are playing at the refurbished Olympic Park Stadium on 4 June.
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band will be at Wembley Stadium on 5 June.
Adam Ant, Kings of the Wild Frontier will be at the Brixton Academy on 10 June. Tickets are £44.
Neil Young will be at the O2 on 11 June. Tickets are between £50 and £65.
Coldplay will be playing 4 shows at Wembley Stadium on 15, 16, 18 and 19 June.
Stone Free Festival is a classical Rock festival taking place over two days at the O2 with headlining acts from Alice Cooper and Rick Wakeman. Running 18 and 19 June.
Belle & Sebastian are celebrating 20 years with 2 live shows at the Royal Albert Hall on 22 and 23 June.
Barry Manilow London music concert will be at the O2 on 23 June.
Rihanna will be at Wembley Stadium on 24 June.
Van Morrison will be playing at Hampton Court Palace on 14 June as part of a festival happening there between 9 and 18 June.
This is a history list of Shows in London, where to find an updated list you can find in the beginning of this page.
Beyonce will be at Wembley Stadium on 2 and 3 July.
Lionel Richie will be at the O2 for 3 shows on 2, 3, and 6 July.
British Summer Time Festival will take place from 2 to 10 July at Hyde Park, with major acts including:
- Florence & the Machine and Kendrick Lamar on 2 July.
- Mumford & Sons and Alabama Shakes on 8 July.
- Take That on 9 July.
Lovebox Festival takes place on 15 and 16 July at Victoria Park and includes Major Lazer, LCD, Soundsystem, and many others performing.
The Enemy will be at the Forum on 3 September.
Billy Joel will be at Wembley Stadium on 10 September.
David Gilmour will be playing at the Royal Albert Hall for four nights on 25, 28, 29 and 30 September.
Justin Bieber will be playing 6 shows at the O2 on 11, 12, 14, 15, 28 and 29 October.
Kenny Rogers will be at the London Palladium on 10 November and at the Eventim Apollo on 12 November.
Rod Stewart will be at the O2 on 22 and 25 November.
Justin Bieber will be at the O2 on 28 and 29 November.
The Cure will be at Wembley for 3 nights on 1, 2, and 3 December.
Status Quo will be at the O2 for 1 night only on 11 December.