The best London concerts you need to see in 2020

By | Posted on 12-Dec-2019

The best London concerts you need to see in 2020

Looking to see London concerts in 2020. Make the most of the open-air concerts in the capital and see these incredible performers live. Regularly updated with the latest concerts announced, keep checking back to see which stars will be lighting up the music stages in London. Want to see a musical theatre concert? Why not check out these one-night-only performances here, including some of the biggest names in the West End.

London concerts in 2020

Sarah Brightman

London concerts

Opening the Greenwich Music Time festival, nternational singing superstar and the world’s best selling soprano Sarah Brightman will perform a solo concert in London. During her career, she’s performed in Cats, Aspects of Love and originated the role of Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera. Recently playing a sell-out concert at the Royal Albert Hall, don’t miss your chance to see this West End star live.

Lea Salonga and John Barrowman

London concerts

In July 2020, Lea Salonga and John Barrowman will perform a concert together as part of Greenwich Music Time’s festival. Get ready for a magical performance from these West End stars, featuring one of the world’s greatest singers and the ultimate showman.

Lewis Capaldi

London concerts

Artist of the moment, Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi scored the biggest selling album and single of 2019. Now taking the world by storm, see the international superstar at Greenwich Music time on Thursday 9th July as one of his latest London concerts.

Ms. Lauryn Hill

London concerts

Best known as a member of the Fugees, see the eight-time Grammy Award-winning Ms. Lauryn Hill at Greenwich Music Time on Friday 10th July. Performing her classics and newer material, get ready for a sensational power with unmistakable power and soulful vocals.

McFly

London concerts

One of the UK’s biggest boybands, get ready for a night of explosive pop as McFly play at Greenwich Music Time. With seven UK no.1 singles, five top 10 albums, six sell-out tours and 10 million records sold worldwide throughout their career, witness one of the most significant pop acts of the 21st century live on stage.