London Stadium (known as the Olympic Stadium) opened in 2012 as the home of the Olympic games and Paralympics, and then was turned into a premier music and sporting venue in London. Since then it has played host to a variety of world-class music acts as it continues to establish itself as one of the UK’s finest stadiums. But why should you see a concert there? Over say the iconic Wembley Stadium, or the grandeur Etihad Stadium. Take a look at our 5 key reasons.
Only one music act of 2018 has as of yet been announced, the Foo Fighters will take to their glittering stage across two dates in June 2018, select Foo Fighters hospitality packages are still available – visit our online store today.
Slightly smaller than London’s other leading stadium, London Stadium seats 60,000 people, and can host concerts for up to 80,000 spectators compared to Wembley Stadiums 90,000 seats. Still a huge amount of people creating a phenomenal atmosphere but with out the same sense of vast space. For a slightly more intimate way of seeing a best-selling artist, London Stadium provides a fantastic solution.
London Stadium is the most recent of the UK’s stadia to be developed, at the forefront of the design is contemporary structure and cohesive architecture. London Stadium is light and elegant, and even includes the essential covering roof for a difficult weather conditions. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and with fantastic acoustics it’s the perfect setting for a live concert.
London Stadium is located inside Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. The quickest way of getting to London Stadium is to walk for approximately 20 minutes from Stratford Station, where you can access the Central & Jubilee lines, DLR, National Rail and the London Overground. Stratford International station is also just 20 minutes’ walk from the stadium.
The stunning London Stadium has already drawn in a variety of huge artists, previously hosting AC/DC, Depeche Mode, Guns ‘N’ Roses and Robbie Williams and with the Foo Fighters joining the line-up for 2018. And with likely two other huge artists to be announced at London Stadium, could Justin Timberlake, or Pink announce performances there? Find out the latest speculation on which artists could announce a tour for 2018, here.
5) Hospitality suites
There are three main hospitality suites available for guests looking to enjoy the finer elements of the stadium. Each boasting a deferent opportunity in hospitality, the Londoner Claret offers a more informal experience, ideal for mingling with guests whilst enjoying spectacular food and beverages.
Royal East thrives on creating a luxurious experience for everyone who walks through their doors, warm golden tones meets plush navy seating, you will never want to leave. For a larger group, or for a more private experience, consider private box hospitality.
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