The location for thousands of classic rock concerts, London is one of the world’s great rock music cities. The Rolling Stones, The Clash, The Libertines: many of the greatest rock bands have called our city home, and you can hear their legacy every night of the week at music venues across town. Whether you’re after hard rock shows or indie concerts, here’s where to rock – London style.
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Live rock concerts in London
The Swedish-singer songwriter behind some of the edgiest alt-pop bops in recent years – ‘Stay High’, ‘Talking Body’ and ‘Disco Tits’, to name but three – tours in support of her ‘Sunshine Kitty’ album. If previous Tove Lo shows are anything to go on, it should be a (slightly) naughty blast.
Manchester’s anthemic, Mercury Prize-winning four-piece tour in support of their chart-topping 2019 album ‘Giants Of All Sizes’. Their soaring choruses should fill the 5,000 capacity Apollo to its rafters.
The alt-rock icon and his band call in at The O2 for a couple of shows in support of their 17th (!) studio album ‘Ghosteen’. It’s a dazzling and ambitious two-parter, so expect these gigs to be pretty darn mesmerising.
The Blur and Gorillaz man premieres his new solo work inspired by the stunning landscapes of Iceland, ‘The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows’. He’ll be performing with an orchestral ensemble, and backed by specially commissioned visuals capturing Iceland’s natural beauty, so this one should be a real feast for the senses.