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3 of the best concerts in London in 2019

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3 of the best concerts in London in 2019

Some of the world’s biggest artists from Ariana Grande to Bruno Mars have performed in London. Check out the best concerts in London throughout 2019 in this stellar line-up. From Michel Legrand to Irish music, make sure you’ve got your tickets to catch these acts as they perform at some of the largest venues in the country and enjoy listening to live music.

London concerts in 2019

Michel Legrand

Concerts

Pay tribute to the era-defining composer Michel Legrand at the Royal Festival Hall, with musical accompaniment by the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra and special guests including Alison Moyet and Maria Friedman. Playing arrangements of ‘The Windmills of Your Mind’, ‘Ray Blues’ and ‘Yentl’ to name a few, reminisce his sophisticated, ambitious jazz at one of the finest locations in London.

The Who

The Who

For just one night only, The Who will bring their unique rock performing style to London, playing at Wembley Stadium. Bringing their famed rock music along with special guests Eddie Vedder and the Kaiser Chiefs, hear their electrifying hits around the entire stadium in an unmissable night of music. Playing their oldest hits, as well as brand new tracks from their first album in 13 years, see the classic and new merge together in a new, exciting way. Don’t ask ‘who’ will be there, make sure you’re there and book your tickets now!

Dervish – The Great Irish Songbook

Preserving the Irish spirit, Dervish will perform for one night at the London Palladium. Joined by a talented line-up of special guests including David Gray and Imelda May, listen to songs from the Emerald Isles expertly reinvented by the band, sure to bring a new vitality to Irish folk music.

For a regularly updated list of concerts, our music page is filled with the best and biggest gigs London has to offer. 

If you’re looking for more concert inspiration from the biggest bands around the world, you’ll want to see these tribute acts light up smaller stages in the capital.

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