Wembley Stadium ready for Spectacular Summer of Music

Wembley Stadium is gearing up for a spectacular summer of music with performances from some of the world’s biggest stars in pop, rock and dance music.

The multi-purpose venue has hosted several major sporting events already this year, including The Carabao Cup Final, The men’s and women’s FA Cup Finals and the 2024 UEFA Champions League Final.

Now, following the conclusion of the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final last Saturday (June 8), the stadium team is switching its attention to music.

Over the next 10 weeks Wembley Stadium will host some of the biggest shows in the UK this year, attracting more than 1.2 million visitors in the process.

Kicking off the summer season of sounds on June 16 is Capital’s Summertime Ball featuring stars such as David Guetta, Raye, Becky Hill, Jak Jones and many more.

Taylor Swift will then bring her record-breaking The Eras tour to London in June and August.

The superstar has sold out a record-breaking eight nights over the summer, making her the biggest-selling female artist to ever perform at Wembley Stadium.

Her eight-night run will also set a new record for the longest residency of a solo artist at Wembley Stadium.

Punk act Green Day mark the 20th anniversary of their seminal American Idiot album with a show on June 29.

Rock gods AC/DC drop by for two shows of their Power Up Tour on July 3 & 7, with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band returning to the stadium for the first time in over eight years for two nights on July 25 & 27.

Rounding off the summer of entertainment will be a return of AEW’s All In Wrestling show on August 25.