Live music in London 2023: Our guide to the unmissable gigs in June

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Beyoncé launches world tour (

As spring arrives, live music fans still have much to be excited about – with London dates announced from huge names including Elton John, Madonna, Harry Styles, Arctic Monkeys, The Weeknd, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and even Snoop Dogg, across multiple venues in the capital.

Fans will be eager not to miss out on shows, but with the sheer volume of concerts already in the calendar, it’s hard to keep up with what’s going on.

Luckily, we’ve curated a rolling monthly list of gigs in London, updated with the hottest tickets in town – so you won’t miss a thing.

June 1

Kate Nash

Kate Nash first made waves with her number one debut album Made of Bricks, spawning hits such as Foundations and Mouthwash. The singer has released a string of albums since, and her 2013 Girl Talk album celebrates its ten-year anniversary with a special performance at Omeara – where fans can expect to hear tracks from the album, as well as her classics.

Where? Omeara

Tickets: from £30.94,

June 3

Burna Boy

 (Afro Nation 2023)
(Afro Nation 2023)

One of Afrobeats leading names, Burna Boy takes over the London Stadium for his Love, Damini tour, which follows his album of the same name last year, featuring smash hit track Last Last. Burna Boy is the first ever African artist to headline a UK stadium, and the historic show promises high energy levels.

Where? London Stadium

Tickets: from £65,

June 4


Beyoncé launches world tour (
Beyoncé launches world tour (

Queen Bey is set to take the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium by storm with the final London date of her epic Renaissance tour, which promises to be both an energetic and emotional affair. Naturally, they’re the hottest tickets in town and are completely sold out, though she also has dates on June 1 and June 3 with limited tickets available.

Where? Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tickets: sold out,

June 9

Circa Waves

 (Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

Liverpool’s Circa Waves return to the capital just in time for T-Shirt weather, as they take over London’s Roundhouse as part of their UK-wide tour, following their fifth album Never Going Under.

Where? Roundhouse

Tickets: from £22.50,

June 13, 14, 16, 17

Harry Styles


Ever wondered what a Harry Styles stadium show looks like? Well, the singer will be taking over Wembley for four special nights, as part of his ‘Love On Tour’ tour, which promotes his Harry’s House and Fine Line albums. With support from fellow Brits-winners Wet Leg,

Where? Wembley Stadium

Tickets: £TBC,

June 16, 17, 18

Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys (Ian West/PA) (PA Archive)
Arctic Monkeys (Ian West/PA) (PA Archive)

Arctic Monkeys have had fans excited for their tour dates since their album The Car dropped last year. The four-piece Sheffield group have had a busy schedule ever since, including a headline slot at Glastonbury later in June. But for now, London is treated to three nights at the Emirates.

Where? Emirates Stadium

Tickets: from £82.50,

June 17

Depeche Mode

 (Anton Corbijn)
(Anton Corbijn)

Iconic Eighties Essex-band Depeche Mode take to Twickenham Stadium following their highly lauded Memento Mori album this year, their 15th album to date.

Where? Twickenham Stadium

Tickets: from £120.40,

Pet Shop Boys

Pet Shop Boys  (Matt Crossick/PA) (PA Archive)
Pet Shop Boys (Matt Crossick/PA) (PA Archive)

Pet Shop Boys will be calling all the West End Girls (and boys) to the OVO Arena in Wembley. Expect a nostalgia party for the ages with the group’s iconic hits, which obviously includes West End Girls and Always on My Mind.

Where? OVO Arena, Wembley

Tickets: sold out,

June 17, 18



American singer SZA first made waves in the UK following her debut 2017 album CTRL, but with her universally acclaimed follow-up SOS coming late last year, the singer has firmly established herself as one of R&B’s leading names globally. The singer’s first UK tour features four dates at The O2, such is the demand to see her live.

Where? The O2

Tickets: from £108,

June 21

The Black Keys

American band The Black Keys will take to The O2 stage for as part of a three-show UK run that sees the band support their 2022 Dropout Boogie album. The Grammy Award-winning band are expected to serenade fans with some of their biggest hits, including Lonely Boy and Howlin’ For You.

Where? The O2

Tickets: from £37,