Music has always been the one language commonly understood by most people, regardless of cultural background. Sound and words are a unifying medium that connects the dots even when times seem hopeless. For decades London has pride itself in celebrating arts and culture. You will find that several top musicians made their way to the top from humble beginnings. Soho on the east part of the city is the one place in the city that boasts a rich musical history. Artists like the Rolling Stones and the Beatles are all products of this bustling city. Whether it’s heading to the local bar or booking a ticket for a major concert, there is a place for celebrating music throughout the city. These are the top music venues in London.
O2 is a major concert venue in the heart of the city. It is often the place where you can expect to witness some of the top names in entertainment from across the globe. Concert tickets for international acts often sell out in a matter of weeks and some instances in a matter of days. The venue was renamed in 2005 and currently holds a capacity of 20,000 at a time. Some of the top acts that have graced the stage include Beyonce, One Direction, Drake and many more. This place is one of many concert venues that cause most Hotels in London Paddington to book out.
On the opposite end of the city from O2, you will find Wembley Arena. This spot is another popular music venue that attracts big names in the entertainment industry. To the left of the arena, you will find Wembley stadium – better known for being home to the English Football team. The area has a capacity of 12500 and has dominated the live music scene for several years. If you are planning on heading to a concert here, make sure to check out these Hotel Deals London.
The Jazz Cafe
If you are someone who shies away from the larger concert venues, then you will be pleased to know that there are several pubs and bars in the city that celebrate live music. The Jazz Cafe, located in Camden, is one of them. If you are looking to enjoy soulful music, complete with delicious cocktails, then this is the place to be. This place serves jazz-lovers staying at most Accommodation Paddington.
Royal Albert Hall
It’s challenging for one to visit London without having the name Royal pop-up at some point. That is because London is home to the most famous Royal Family in the world. The Royal Albert Hall founded in 1871 by Queen Victoria is not only a fantastic music and arts venue but one of the most popular attractions in the city. The hall located in the heart of Kensington has a capacity of 5,272. After observing performance at the auditorium, make sure to complete your British royal experience with Afternoon Tea in Paddington.