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In Ticketmaster’s Summer Stadium Shows 2019 guide, we’ve gathered together the hottest stadium and arena concerts hitting the UK this year – and, trust us, it doesn’t get any bigger than this!
Our dedicated guide includes all the major tours for 2019, ranging from South Korean boy band BTS t... Read More >>

In Ticketmaster’s Summer Stadium Shows 2019 guide, we’ve gathered together the hottest stadium and arena concerts hitting the UK this year – and, trust us, it doesn’t get any bigger than this!

Our dedicated guide includes all the major tours for 2019, ranging from South Korean boy band BTS to legendary thrash metallers Metallica, as well as the biggest girl group of all time, Spice Girls.

From rocking out to reminiscing, stadium concert tickets are a must. That’s because stadiums are where legends are made.

You may be wondering: Are stadium concerts good? Are stadium concerts worth it? The answer is a resounding yes!

Stadium concert ticket prices span a wide range (as well as include VIP and other special options) because the shows have such large attendance capacities. That means you can splurge and get up close to your favourite acts…or be more economical with your seating choice and still enjoy all the excitement that comes just from being there. After all, stadium concerts are the stuff of memories.

Among the UK stadium tours on sale for this summer, you’ll find these

Here’s our pick of the best summer 2019 UK stadium tours:

  • Take That tour runs until 4 June 2019
  • Rod Stewart tour from 22 May – 19 Dec 2019
  • Spice Girls tour from 27 May – 15 June
  • Muse tour from 1 – 8 June 2019
  • Metallica tour on 18 – 20 June 20109
  • Bon Jovi tour from 19 – 23 June 2019
  • P!nk tour from 20 – 30 June 2019
  • Eagles tour from 23 June – 4 July 2019

And there are these one-off, not-to-be-missed Wembley Stadium shows coming in summer 2019 too:

So how do stadium concerts 2019 UK stack up against 2018’s UK stadium concerts? From the list above it looks like 2019 is going to be a banner year. But the stadium shows in  2018 were epic too. For example, last year music lovers had the chance to enjoy Ed Sheeran’s Divide tour, Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour, Jay-Z & Beyoncé’s On the Run II tour, P!nk’s The Beautiful Trauma tour, Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic tour and Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods tour, to name just a few.

Keep checking in with Ticketmaster’s Summer 2019 Stadium Shows guide to stay on top of the latest news so you know when new stadium theatre shows are announced as well as when tickets go on sale – plus our guide offers previews, photos and interviews with artists before and after their UK visits.

FAQs

Are shows in stadiums bigger than arenas?

Stadium shows do tend to be bigger than arena shows, but that’s not always the case.

What’s the difference between stadiums and arenas?

Generally speaking, there’s not a huge difference. Stadiums usually have open or retractable roofs while arenas are typically enclosed.

How do stadium concerts work? Are stadium concerts good?

There are some differences when it comes to stadium concerts vs arena concerts. With their indoor environments, arenas are naturally made for concerts – for example, lighting can be hung from ceilings while sets and stages can be configured and changed in a multitude ways. Stadiums, which are usually built to support sporting events, have some limitations in terms of weather and more staging challenges. However, at a stadium show, where thousands upon thousands of fans are gathered, something happens that’s just magical.

What’s the biggest stadium in the UK?

Wembley Stadium is the largest. It was built in 1923 (originally named Empire Stadium) for the British Empire Exhibition, which was the largest exhibition ever staged in history. That original structure was demolished in 2003 to make way for the Wembley Stadium structure of today, which opened in 2007.

Wembley Stadium attendance is 90,000. Wembley Stadium concerts are among the most revered, with this year’s upcoming Wembley Stadium BTS appearance during their LOVE YOURSELF: SPEAK YOURSELF world tour set to be the K-pop band’s biggest UK appearance ever.

Does Wembley Stadium’s roof close?

Designed by architecture firms Foster & Partners and Populus, Wembley Stadium cost over £757 million to construct. There is a sliding roof, but it doesn’t close completely. However, this roof does cover every seat in the stadium, so that also makes Wembley Stadium the largest fully covered stadium in the world. Its other most iconic feature is the 133-metre-tall arch.

What is the Wembley Stadium address?

Those interested in Wembley Stadium ticket concerts can head to Wembley, London HA9 0WS. The easiest way to get there is by London Tube. It’s only two stops from the Baker Street station on the Metropolitan Line and less than 10 minutes from London Marylebone station on the Chiltern Line.

What stadiums are in London?

If you’re wondering where to find London stadium concerts, there are lots of venues in the capital to host them. Along with Wembley Stadium, you’ve got Twickenham Stadium, London Stadium, Emirates Stadium, Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane. Plus, the space age Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, situated in the heart of North London, debuted in April – and it boasts 115 turnstiles and a microbrewery! All these stadiums are easily connected to Central London through bus and by London Underground and Overground stations.

What are the UK’s largest stadiums?

Stadium concerts occur all around the UK – at incredible venues in England, Scotland and Wales. Live in concert Wembley Stadium is one iconic place to see your favourite artists, but it’s not the only one. You’ll find stadium concerts in London as well as in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cardiff and Manchester.

Here are 12 of the UK’s biggest stadiums:

 

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