Looking at dates for your 2024 gig-going diary? London’s live music scene is one of the world’s best, and this year is packed with a host of brilliant gigs, brand-new tours and outdoor festivals. While many concerts have sold out already, there are plenty of tickets you can get your hands on for concerts in London 2024, as well as fans selling theirs at face value, so keep an eye out on fan-to-fan resale sites.

Here’s a look at the best London concerts in 2024 – from intimate gigs to arena shows, UK festivals, and the long-awaited The Eras Tour.

Concerts in April 2024


Pop sensation Griff is the rising star making waves in the music scene, mostly recently supporting Coldplay on their European stadium tour. This Hertfordshire native is taking the pop world by storm, influenced by a diverse range of artists, from Taylor Swift (who is a fan) to Stevie Wonder.

After winning the Rising Star prize at the 2021 BRIT Awards a few years back, Griff is set to wow audiences with her own spring 2024 UK tour.

Where: Roundhouse, London
When: 2nd April 2024


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If you watched Mika’s Eurovision performance in 2022, you, like me, might have been one of the thousands who immediately tried to get their hands on tickets to his sold-out Roundhouse performance that same year. Well, now’s your chance to catch the platinum-selling sensation live as he brings his highly anticipated Apocalypse Calypso tour to the UK, hitting London’s Eventim Apollo, Brighton Centre, Manchester’s O2 Apollo, and Dublin’s 3Olympia in April 2024.

Fresh off the release of ‘C’est la vie,’ the lead single from his recent, fully French album, expect technicolour pop and infectious energy from a global icon.

Where: Eventim Apollo, London
When: 9th April 2024


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Ellie Goulding

Known for chart-topping hits like ‘Love Me Like You Do’ and ‘Burn,’ acclaimed singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding’s dynamic voice has graced prestigious venues worldwide, from Madison Square Garden to the Hollywood Bowl.

Her upcoming concert at the Royal Albert Hall promises an unforgettable night of music from a UK pop sensation.

Where: Royal Albert Hall, London
When: 11th April 2024


Novo Amor

Experience the ethereal sounds and dreamy melodies of Novo Amor this year in a London show at Roundhouse. The Welsh sensation blends folk, ambient, and electronic music to create the most atmospheric of gigs.

Rising to fame with the debut EP ‘Woodgate, NY,’ Novo Amor’s sound has since evolved, intertwining layered production and storytelling lyrics that make for a captivating performance.

Where: Roundhouse, London
When: 12th April 2024 


Concerts in May 2024

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Darius Rucker

Darius Rucker, the charismatic frontman of Hootie & The Blowfish turned country sensation, will be taking the stage at Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo in May.

From Hootie’s ’90s rock anthems to Rucker’s chart-topping country hits like ‘Wagon Wheel,’ he’s a force to be reckoned with, and whether you’re a long-time fan or a newcomer, you won’t regret catching this Grammy-winning artist live.

Where: Eventim Apollo, London
When: 3rd May 2024


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Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia Rodrigo embarks on her highly anticipated GUTS World Tour in 2024, visiting iconic venues like Madison Square Garden, The O2 London and more. Following her Grammy-winning debut tour, The SOUR Tour, and a performance at Glastonbury in 2023, this marks the artist’s first arena tour. With back-to-back shows in the likes of New York, London, and Los Angeles, she’s set to win over audiences with her chart-topping hits.

Tickets are, as of now, quite hard to get your hands on, but let’s keep our fingers crossed for some fan-to-fan resale tickets closer to the time.

Where: The O2, London
When: 14th, 15th, 17th & 18th May


Concerts in June 2024

Doja Cat

From her viral hit ‘MOOO!’ to Grammy-winning tracks like ‘Say So’ and ‘Kiss Me More,’ Doja Cat is redefining pop and hip-hop with her infectious energy.

Known for her eccentric style and rap talent, Doja Cat live in London is set to be an unforgettable show, witnessing this generation’s breakout star in action on her Scarlet arena tour.

Where: The O2 London
When: 14th June 2024


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With a legacy spanning over two decades, eight studio albums, and a global record of 140 million sales, P!NK’s live show promises a night of pure, unparalleled entertainment.

From Grammy triumphs to chart-topping hits, her live performances are a sight to behold, including acrobatics as she spins around the stadium singing flawlessly. Make sure to get your hands on tickets if you want to witness her in action.

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
When: 15th & 16th June 2024


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Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters hit London this year in their ‘Everything or Nothing at All’ UK Tour. From Dave Grohl’s grunge roots with Nirvana to chart-topping hits like ‘Everlong’, ‘The Pretender’ and ‘Best of You’, the band has rocked the world for over two decades.

Expect a show that journeys through the evolution of one of the greatest bands in rock history. Don’t miss the chance to witness them live.

Where: London Stadium
When: 20th & 22nd June 2024


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Taylor Swift

We’ve been to the cinema, rented the movie, and watched all the TikTok videos. Now, London Swifties, mark your calendars and get ready for a pop spectacle like no other this June and August. Taylor Swift will take the stage at Wembley Stadium with ‘The Eras Tour,’ spanning her seventeen-year career, and featuring stunning visuals, costume changes, and sing-alongs from 80,000 people to rival any tour this year.

Expect to experience a pop genius at her peak, a nostalgic journey through your teenage years, and what Rolling Stone has called a “career-spanning victory lap” for one of our generation’s best songwriters. I’ve been a huge fan since Taylor’s Tim McGraw days, which means, naturally, I’m going three times.

Where: Wembley Stadium, London
When: 21st, 22nd, 23rd June 2024 & 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th & 20th August


Green Day

Punk icons Green Day are back with their 2024 UK tour, featuring tracks from their album ‘Saviors.’ From the chart-topping Dookie days to the politically charged American Idiot, their energetic shows are a punk spectacle, and they’re set to take London by storm this year.

Grab a ticket to celebrate 30 years of Dookie at what’s going to be one of 2024’s hottest gigs.

Where: Wembley Stadium, London
When: 29th June 2024


Concerts in July 2024

The Killers

Dive into two decades of hits as The Killers take the stage in London for their Rebel Diamonds Tour.

Celebrating the release of their new compilation album, the iconic band promises a night enjoying modern classics like ‘Mr. Brightside’, ‘Human’ and ‘When You Were Young’, alongside brand new anthems. It’s set to be an unforgettable showcase of the band’s timeless sound.

Where: The O2, London
When: 4th, 5th, 7th, 8th, 10th & 11th July 2024


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The National

Fancy a memorable summer’s night of music in South London? The National, known for their nuanced alternative rock, will take the stage at Crystal Palace Park on 5th July 2024.

With a reputation for stunning performances filled with emotion, their London return promises an epic show in a new neighbourhood, following a sold-out two nights in Alexandra Palace last year.

Where: Crystal Palace Park, London
When: 5th July 2024



Hozier, the Irish singer-songwriter acclaimed for his rich, soulful sound and poetic lyricism, is one of the best live artists out there, and will be taking the stage in London later this year. Following the release of his third studio album, ‘Unreal Unearth’ in 2023, he’ll be performing in Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham, and London. Expect a night of thought-provoking lyrics and vocals that’ll blow you away.

With over 22 billion global streams and platinum certifications, that all started with the Grammy-nominated ‘Take Me To Church,’ it’s a performance not to be missed.

Where: Finsbury Park, London
When: 7th July 2024


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Bombay Bicycle Club

Celebrating their brilliant indie career, Bombay Bicycle Club will be bringing their iconic sound to the London stage this year, spanning hits like ‘Always Like This’, ‘Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)’ and ‘Luna’.

From explosive choruses to rhythmic guitar, their live show is a night of stellar indie music. Somehow they sound even better live – it’s really quite impressive.

Where: Alexandra Palace Park, London
When: 12th July 2024


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Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band

The Boss never fails to spoil us with more music and more live shows, and his three-hour performance is coming back to London in 2024. With over 140 million records sold globally, Bruce Springsteen is the embodiment of rock and roll and is set to deliver another of his electrifying performances at Wembley this year.

He’s still selling out arenas, he’s still playing non-stop for three-hours, and he’s one of the most brilliant performers of all time. Here’s your chance to witness a living legend and his band light up the stage.

Where: Wembley Stadium, London
Website: 25th & 27th July 2024


Concerts in August 2024

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake returns to London with the Forget Tomorrow World Tour, in what promises to be a sell-out run over two nights in the O2.

The former lead vocalist of NSYNC and ten-time Grammy Award winner is one of the best-selling pop artists of all time, and is known for collaborations with Timbaland, Jay-Z, and Madonna.

Where: O2, London
Website: 11th & 12th August

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The Pixies may forever be associated with one of the most famous film needledrops of all time in Fight Club, but there’s a lot more to the band than just Where Is My Mind.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a band that’s had a bigger impact on alternative rock than the Pixies, and their 2024 tour brings a setlist that merges their most beloved classic tracks with captivating modern material. 

Where: Victoria park
Website: 23rd August

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Whether it’s nostalgia for when you first discovered them as a teenager or when you realised they are actually still releasing pretty great music, Paramore are certain to be one of the highlights of the summer concert season.

Taking over Wembley Park, they will be performing their new critically acclaimed album This Is Why, and are sure to feature classic hits like The Only Exception and Hard Times as well.

Where: Wembley stadium
Website: 15th August

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Concerts in September


Inner Smile, Say What You Want, Summer Son – just some of the hits by iconic Scottish rock group Texas, who are doing a UK-wide tour in 2024 sampling some of their greatest collections.

The London stop of the tour heads to the O2 in September, where you can see first-hand that despite over 25 years of performing, they’ve lost none of what made them great.

Where: The 02, London
Website: 5th September

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Jungle have been around for a while, but really hit their breakthrough into the mainstream over the past year. Their Back on 74 entered the hallowed ‘song of the summer’ realm in 2023, topped off with a great performance at the Brits earlier this year.

Their mix of neo-soul, funk and electronic is impossible to stay still too, and exactly what you want if you like upbeat, feel-good dance hits.

Where: The 02, London
Website: 12th September

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Maybe the artist most responsible for bringing dance music to a mainstream audience in the UK and USA in the 90s, Moby has been pioneering for over 30 years.

Despite further ventures into ambient music and animal rights activism, it’s his dance music that still brings the crowds, from number one albums Play and 18.

Where: The 02, London
Website: 19th September

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Concerts in October

Dua Lipa

She might also be headlining Glastonbury this year, but that hasn’t stopped one of the biggest artists in the world from announcing a concert in London this October.

With Best-selling albums, hit singles, collabs with Elton John and featuring on the Barbie soundtrack, you will need to be on the ball to secure tickets to this one.

Where: Royal albert hall
Website: 17th october

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Nostalgia tours are all the rage at the moment, and Blink 182 are surely one of the most nostalgic. With music that sounds more like the earlier 00s than nearly any other artist, they’re still going strong touring today.

Officially they are touring their ninth album, One More Time, but we all know why we’re here…

Where: The 02, lONDON
Website: 11th & 12th october

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The Last Dinner Party

From millennial to gen-z, The Last Dinner Party are one of the breakout artists of the past year.

Backed by the success of hit single Nothing Matters, they won the Rising Star award at the Brits in December, and their debut album Prelude to Ecstasy subsequently reached number one on the UK albums charts.

Website: 16th & 17th October

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