The Upcoming Concerts To Book Now

Some of the music world’s biggest names are making their way to London over the next few months. Here are the upcoming gigs and concerts we’re most excited about…
By Heather Steele /

Harry Styles

Wembley Stadium

2022 was Harry Styles’s year and now – due to popular demand – the international superstar has announced the continuation of his ‘Love On Tour’ run of dates, with 19 shows in Europe including two new dates at Wembley Stadium. Harry will be supported in the UK by SL favourite Wet Leg – a cool duo whose debut single ‘Chaise Longue’ became one of the most played by BBC 6Music when it was released in 2021, and has since been streamed by millions.

13th-17th June

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The Weeknd

Wembley Stadium

The Weeknd has announced a special end-of-summer show at Wembley Stadium for his highly anticipated After Hours Til Dawn 2023 tour. This date will celebrate the end of his 29-date stadium tour run and if it’s anything like his 2021 halftime performance for Super Bowl LV – where he spent $7m of his own money to recreate a moody neon atmosphere reminiscent of Sin City – we imagine fans will be impressed.

18th August

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George Ezra

George Ezra

The O2

With three UK number one albums under his belt, including last year’s Gold Rush Kid, singer-songwriter George Ezra has toured the world – and then toured it some more. He’ll be celebrating his success with two live performances headlining The O2. Fellow singer-songwriter Passenger will support on both dates.

13th-14th March

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Pink & Take That

BST Hyde Park

Due to high demand, there are now two dates for Pink’s Summer Carnival at BST Hyde Park. The singer will bring her acclaimed live show to the Great Oak Stage on 24th and 25th June – with Gwen Stefani supporting on both dates. On 1st July, the festival will be headlined by one of the UK’s biggest and most beloved pop groups, Take That. Gary, Howard and Mark will be joined by The Script and Sugababes. Rock fans out there will be pleased to know that BST’s main act for 2023 is Guns N Roses.

24th-25th June & 1st July

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Alex G

Roundhouse

Alex G is the stage alias of Alex Giannascoli, a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who built his reputation with intimate lo-fi pop that combines strong melodies with a ragged performance style. After releasing a dozen combined albums and EPs on his own or on smaller labels, his Domino Records debut, 2015’s Beach Music, landed on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart; in 2016, his guitar work appeared on the Frank Ocean albums Endless and Blond and he’s since appeared on stage with Ocean. This spring show will feature all the hits from his new album, God Save The Animals.

23rd March

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Stormzy

All Points East

Popular four-day festival All Points East will once again take over Victoria Park for the August bank holiday. The event will lay on its usual top selection of pop-up bars, street food and arts programmes – but we’re most excited about Stormzy, who will team up with the festival for his own headlining day, ‘This Is What We Mean’. Returning to his hometown for the UK exclusive show, the event will feature a full day of artists (to be announced), all handpicked by the man himself.

18th August

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Arctic Monkeys
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Arctic Monkeys

Emirates Stadium

As part of their upcoming major UK and Ireland tour, Arctic Monkeys will play three nights at Emirates Stadium in June. A truly celebrated live act, Arctic Monkeys have won numerous awards – from the Mercury prize to seven Brits and 20 NME awards – and have headlined Reading and Leeds festivals as well as Glastonbury. Following up on the release of last year’s album, The Car, expect a slick show – with some older hits for good measure.

2nd-3rd & 16th-18th June

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Gregory Porter

Royal Albert Hall

Gregory Porter is returning to the Royal Albert Hall for a trio of shows this summer, following his sold-out concerts in 2021. Over the past decade, Gregory has brought his style of contemporary jazz to the masses – he’s picked up awards for albums Liquid Spirit and Take Me To The Alley and made chart history with all five albums breaking into the top 10. We imagine these atmospheric shows will let his rich, soulful voice take centre stage.

29th June-1st July

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Lizzo

Lizzo

The O2

Triple Grammy winner Lizzo has announced the European leg of ‘The Special Tour’, with headline shows at The O2. Her most recent album Special peaked at number two in the US, becoming the highest-charting album by a female artist in 2022 ­– we’re expecting to hear plenty from it at these shows, alongside solos from her famous flute.

15th-16th March

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Candlelight: 100 Years of Warner Bros.

Southwark Cathedral

Candlelight: 100 Years of Warner Bros., is a commemorative international concert series taking place in 100 cities around the world – and the first stop is London. Part of the company’s global centennial campaign, the series features music from award-winning films and unforgettable television shows from the Warner Bros. library in a one-of-a-kind musical experience taking place in cathedrals, theatres, museums and gardens – all in candlelit settings. Expect to hear theme tunes from the likes of The Lord of The RingsThe Wizard of Oz and Casablanca, plus Friends and the majestic Harry Potter score.

15th April.

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