11 biggest gigs and concerts coming to London in 2023 including Harry Styles, The Weeknd, George Ezra and more

It’s set to be another year full of great concerts in London as the city welcomes some of the biggest artists in the world in 2023

London is gearing up for a huge 2023 on the music scene with some of the biggest artists in the world heading to the capital. London saw huge acts see out 2022, with the likes of Dua Lipa, Becky Hill and more performing the best hits at the end of the year.

Many artists choose to play London  as it is home to some of the biggest arenas in the UK. One of these venues is the O2 Arena, which is capable of holding as many as 20,000 people.

London also hosts some of the biggest events in the country too. These include the Summertime Ball, as well as the Jingle Bell Ball, which has seen the likes of Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande attending.

Bieber was set to arrive in London in 2023 for a string of shows, including Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, the ‘What Do You Mean’ hitmaker has had to postpone his shows due to a health scare.

LondonWorld has compiled a list of some of the biggest concerts and gigs to take place in London in 2023, including venue and date.

11 of the biggest concerts to take place in London 2023

The 1975 - January 12 - 13, The O2

George Ezra - March 13 - 14, The O2

John Legend - April 5 - 6, The Royal Albert Hall

Ozzy Osbourne - June 12, The O2 Arena

Harry Styles - June 13 - 17, Wembley Stadium

Arctic Monkeys - June 16 - 18, Emirates Stadium

Guns N’ Roses - June 30, Hyde Park

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street band - July 6 - 8, Hyde Park

The Weeknd - July 7 - 8, London Stadium & August 18, Wembley Stadium

Stormzy - August 18, Victoria Park London

Blink-182 - October 11 - 12, The O2