U2 concert in London at July 8th in 2017

U2 will have about 10 concerts in Europe in 2017. The first concert in Europe during the Joshue Tree tour will be in London on July 8th at the Twickenham Stadium.

You might consider Twickenham Stadium to be a perfect venue for cricket and rugby, but what about concerts? The reality is that Twickenham Stadium is a concert venue that is used seldom for such purposes. But, whenever it is used it means that one can expect at least 80,000 people to come and it will become one fantastic concert event. And yes, that is exactly what we can expect when U2 will come to London to perform on July 8th.

[stextbox id=”alert”]An extra concert with U2 in London at Twickenham Stadium has been announced on July 9th! Enjoy![/stextbox]

This is as we mentioned the first concert in Europe. Their first concert at all during the tour will be in Vancouver on May 12th, and then two months later it is time for Europe to listen to U2 as well. But, you should not expect them to come with new songs and new hits. Instead U2 will go back in time, in fact they will go 30 years back in time. The Joshua Tree tour is not about a guy named Joshua Tree alive now. It is instead the name of their album that was released 30 years ago, and now on this tour they will bring forth all those old songs again and bring them to live again. If you do not have that album and haven’t listened to it yet, then you better hurry up and buy it right away. You can for example order it from the different Amazon stores around the world if that would suit you well. If you live in a European country without an Amazon Store, then you can read more about how to get the products delivered to your home country in this article.

U2 concert in London on July 8th
U2 will come to London in 2017

U2 concert in London on July 8th and July 9th

Twickenham Stadium
July 8th and 9th, 18.00

Tickets: Viagogo

We hope you will have a great time at the U2 concert in London. For more information about other happenings and events in London, more info about the most famous attractions and activities, or maybe about the public transportation, read on in our London Guide.

After the concert in London U2 will first travel to Berlin on July 12th before they will perform in Rome on July 15th.

Rihanna London 2013

Rihanna is coming back to London again to do two amazing concerts at Twickenham Stadium. This venue/arena is only used for the largest of the large concerts, and the amazing fact is that Rihanna will perform there not only once, but twice in 2013. The concert dates are June 15th and 16th and on both evenings you can listen to one of the most popular singer of our days as she plays both new and old hits from her repertoire. Since her break up with Chris Brown her style has changed, but many will say that this has had a very positive effect on her style and music. What do you think?

If you want to be there at the Rihanna concert in London, or maybe one of the other Rihanna concerts around the world in 2013, then you can order tickets for all of these using any of the links further down on the page.

Rihanna London 2013
June 15th and 16th
Twickenham Stadium

Tickets: ViagogoSeatwave.com – WorldTicketShop

Rihanna concert in London 2013

Lady Gaga London 2012 – You can reborn Gaga’s way

Previous news spread all over London that Gaga is coming in July 2012 to shake the whole city with her extreme character. Well, unfortunately the prophecy failed. Now we have the good news, the concert was not cancelled just modified for September the 8th. Location is the Twickenham Stadium. This is the largest rugby stadium in the world and now it has the capacity to seat 82 000 people.

Tickets are available on the main websites and not only for London but for Paris and Amsterdam as well. For those who are afraid of not getting tickets in time, here is another good news: Gaga gives a second concert in London on the 9th of September. Location is the same.

Her tour in 2012 received the name: Born this way Ball so you can hear the latest and famous songs from her albums. Songs that for sure comes: Judas, Bad Romance, Just Dance, Poker Face, Alejandro, Paparazzi, Born this way. Organizers are also promising huge shows, fabulous decorations, extreme highlights. On some webpages you can even check the plan of the whole arrangement of the stage however Gaga in an interview told that she keeps some surprises for the fans and it is just the beginning.

The tour style is going to be Electro-Metal Pop-Opera. You can follow the latest news about the tour in Lady Gaga’s Twitter side and Facebook. Lady Gaga was rated as the biggest star of the year, she gets hundreds and thousands voters giving her the best ranks in high categories. Do not miss the concert and show one of the world’s most popular celebration.

More information about the concert and tickets, can be found in our article: Lady Gagy London 2012

Lady Gaga London 2012

Lady Gaga in London 2012Earlier we wrote a news that Lady Gaga might be coming to London in July 2012. Well, she will not come in July, but she will come in September! On September 8th she will enter the stage at the Twickenham Stadium. If you have not yet heard about the Twickenham Stadium, often known as Twickers, it is probably because you are not into rugby. The stadium is in fact the largest rugby stadium in the world, and the stadium now has a seating capacity of 82,000 people. This makes it the second largest second in England (after Wembley) and the fifth largest stadium in Europe.

Can you imagine the atmosphere that will be here as Lady GaGa enters the stage? This will be the concert of the year in London and it will be packed with people longing to hear the amazing, controversial and cool Lady Gaga. If you are looking for tickets for the Lady GaGa concert in London, you can use one of the links further down on this page, and there you can buy tickets for the concert in London, or if you would rather see Lady GaGa in Paris, Amsterdam or somewhere else in Europe, you can buy tickets for those Lady Gaga concerts as well on the page.

Small update (April 17th): We have just been informed that there will be two Lady Gaga concerts at Twickenham Stadium, not only one as first announced. The first concert will go as planned on September 8th, and the second concert will be held on September 9th. You can find tickets for both concerts using the links further down on this page.

Lady GaGa London 2012
September 8th&9th
Twickerham Stadium

Tickets: Seatwave.com – WorldTicketShop

Read more about other concerts and events in London

How to get to Twicerkham Stadium?
Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA

Take the train from Waterloo and Reading to Twickenham,  or a bus to Twickenham stadium with National Express coaches. If you use the tube, travel to Richmond and from there you will normally find shuttle buses to the stadium. If you come from other cities, we can warmly recommend the National Express taking you directly to the stadium.

 About the tour and about Lady Gaga: (source: Wikipedia)
This tour will feature the newest songs from Born This Way, and of course the biggest hits from earlier CDs will also be played on this concert. Lady Gaga, born in 1986 as Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, has turned into maybe the hottest artist on earth since her deubt in 2005, and in 2012, Gaga was ranked at number four on Billboard’s list of top moneymakers of 2011, grossing more than 25 million dollars. She has sold an estimated 23 million albums and 64 million singles worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time and her singles are some of the best selling worldwide. Her achievements include five Grammy Awards and 13 MTV Video Music Awards. Lady Gaga has consecutively appeared on Billboard magazine’s Artists of the Year (scoring the definitive title in 2010), ranked fourth in VH1’s list of 100 Greatest Women in Music, is regularly placed on lists composed by Forbes magazine and was named one of the most influential people in the world by Time magazine.