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Wembley Arena, London Tickets & Info

Empire Way
Wembley
London
HA9 0DW
Middlesex
(3.70 / 5) Reviews: 30
 

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Your Ratings & Comments
Based on 30 ratings
By Miss YL
Written by | 6th Jun 2010
Wembley Stadium looked good from the outside.
By sandra
Written by | 17th May 2010
This was my first concert at Wembley, wow spectacular! Loved the massive screen. Didn't miss a thing.
By Lesley Hunt
Written by | 8th Mar 2010
A bit expensive. Clean tidy and viewing was good
By ian parkhouse
Written by | 24th Feb 2010
good venue , could of done with seats at back tiered.
By Brian
Written by | 23rd Feb 2010
Good venue ,but as always refreshments over priced
By Sue
Written by | 22nd Feb 2010
Wembley Arena is fine. Plenty of food outlets, good organisation. The only downside is lack of ladies toilets - I had to queue for the whole interval.
By Jay Brooks
Written by | 8th Dec 2009
To me Wembley arena is a little no frills. But the organisation was very well thought out. Only other moan is the price of refreshments.
By Brian Roberts
Written by | 23rd Oct 2009
Cliff and the Shadows put on a brilliant show but the lower seating at Wembley Arena is hopeless. If it had not been for the big screen we would have seen very little and at £60 a ticket you would think they could, at the very least , have staggered the seating
£15 for the programme seems a bit expensive.
By Annymay
Written by | 11th Oct 2009
The venue was great never been in wembley before but my first impressions were amazed!
By jo cox
Written by | 4th Oct 2009
great great seats great sound.
Written by TLAF | 2nd Oct 2009
Sound could potentially be improved. A bit of echo...
By disappointed from Bournemouth
Written by | 27th Jun 2009
very disappointing that pints of larger are allowed in the seating area as I just ended us getting sloshed with careless drunken yobs,at times pints were even yobbed over the side and we were seated 20ft above the standing area!?! Can't believe this is allowed and it completely ruined my long awaited 1st time to see ACDC,never again,no wonder there are erruptions at football matches,most people get pissed,whats the point?
By JAF
Written by | 16th Jun 2009
Very slow getting crowds into the event - show had already started whilst most were still waiting outside!
By Vivia.
Written by | 6th May 2009
I attended the gospel concert on Monday May 4th and the PA system was shocking!

I'm amazed that such a prestigious line-up would be subjected to sub-standard basic sound quality, and at a world-renown venue. It was terrible and I felt so sorry for the artists because the audience just couldn't hear them properly. In fact, we couldn't hear Mary Mary at all although dissapointingly, they seemed to have a backing track playing rather than the live musicians.

I rarely attend these mega events as I prefer smaller, more intimate venues when seeing artists. I pushed the boat out this time, along with 2 of my sisters, and we splashed out on the £70 tickets in the 4th row - what a waste of money. I won't do it again.

That is the last time I attend the Wembley Arena for a concert and will not recommend it to anyone else.

By julie blackwell
Written by | 5th May 2009
concerts at wembley arena rock???
By Andy W
Written by | 4th May 2009
Im thinking of seeing Elton John here, ticket is in first 20 rows of block A. Any suggestions on the view/sound is this an ok seat?
By We want our money back!!
Written by | 5th Mar 2009
FIne. PA system was poor. Too much bass and feedback.
By Chris @Judas Priest
Written by | 24th Feb 2009
This venue is decent. Good crowd and good views from a standing perspective. Only been the once so this is all I say about the actual view. The facilities are good as well. Toilets are everywhere, but even still, there seems to be long queues for them, which I can only imagine would be worse for the ladies. My experience of food was not too clever to be honest. I had a hotdog, which in all honesty was cold and under cooked, whilst the bread was stale. Very pricey, but thatís what you get in a venue of such size, with no alternatives. Queuing to get into the building in the first place was not too bad. Ive had worse put it that way! Transport to and from the arena is excellent, with trains going most of the way, and buses etc, as you would expect from London.

Other than the few issues above, the whole experience was pleasant and i would recommend. I would go back, but maybe this time sit as i was knackered from standing up on the tube all days, and then at the gig all night!
By Chris Halford
Written by | 9th Jun 2008
Facilities Ok - plenty of toilets , food outlets etc. Arrangements re trains afterwards is excellent. Problem is Wembley is not a good venue for concerts - sound is too bad and its too big, seats go back to far so you are a long way from the stage.
By Sarah
Written by | 2nd Feb 2008
Been Wembley arena twice to see Westlife!! venue was amazing, both times we were in the second block back and got Fantastic veiws. the only problem was the ladies toliets there was 2 entrances for about 3 loos and the ques were massive. Going to see the westlife lads at the o2 on 1st march lets just hope its a good as wembley arena
By Darren Lewis
Written by | 15th Oct 2007
As per my comments about Gwen Stefanie and the novelty flashing ears that ruined my viewing of the show, I can only say the venue was poor on that night. The problem was reported to stewards but they do not exactly seem to want to rush intevene. I also reported the problem to the complaints desk who was sympathetic ,asked me to write down my comments but did not appear to be equipped to deal with the complaint on the spot. I have susequently written to Wembley Arena to explain the problem, received an initial letter of apology, but in a second reply to my suggestion that they review their policy of letting these novelty items inside the venue and to my request for a refund as gesture of goodwill, I received a very short and dismissive response. These flashing novelty items caused me and my wife a severe headache as well as spoiling the live entainment and I believe they should be banned. I would therefore avoid this venue if possible or at least only go to see real rock music there and not pop concerts.
By Darren Lewis
Written by | 1st Aug 2007
Good for viewing if you are in the front half of the arena, though seating slightly uncomfortable particularly when 3 larger sized people are sat in a roof. Put it another way. It was a pleasure to stand up in the latter part of the show
By Tom
Written by | 2nd Jul 2007
Massive venue, not bad acoustics
By Rachel Willan
Written by | 23rd Jun 2007
The new venue was really cool with a lovely lit up fountain outside, Hard to find though.
By sdf
Written by | 20th Jun 2007
Yes, i have visited i went to see Ozzy Obourne Yesterday

he sang like a true rocker and i wish to be like him

By Chandler
Written by | 10th Jun 2007
Nice, but the screens should be MUCH bigger!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By Darren Lewis
Written by | 7th Jun 2007
The new revamped Wembley arena is much better than the old. The layout with merchadise and food stalls is better designed and easier to find, and closer to find than before with the exception of the gents. However I still find it hard to love the venue . I don't know why . Maybe I find it a bit too large and impersonal. and it could be the distance from town. Nonetheless I have seen some great gigs there.
By keith johnson
Written by | 14th May 2007
At last they have undated the old war horse. They have actually got civilised loos particularly for the women and the whole place looks cleaner, comfortable seats, even if a little small and generally a good experience.

YOU MUST BOOK YOUR CAR PARK BEFORE YOU GO - MUCH EASIER.
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Written by | 19th Mar 2007
Great venue for ease of access and clenliness etc, but basic to poor on the food front, not much choice and nothing very healthy. Take your own munchies.
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Written by | 4th Feb 2007
I saw Muse here late 2006, it''s a fantastic venue and i hope to be able to see many more great bands play there. I was in the standing area so don''t know how it would be seating, from what i could see people at the back wouldn''t be able to see much apart from what''s on the screen.

The sound and acoustics are brilliant and theres none of that excessive bass or hum that you get at many gig venues these days, even in front of the speaker stacks the sound was good. The lights and stage was amazing and the stewards were very helpful and professional going in, also there was clear sign-posting and fire-exits were always lit-up. Coming into the venue security was tight and we were all searched, with the whole airport style ''pat-down'', also everyone was allowed to bring in small cameras, it was only professional ones they were worried about. One thing that i thought worked well was that everyone standing was given a wristband to seperate them from those seating, this was the first time i''d come accross this but i though that it was a good idea, and was much quicker than checking tickets.

Also, it makes a change for there to be a gig without the usual big crush at the end to get out, there were lots of exits and these were all signposted. To avoid any sort of delay i''d advise you to wait 5 minutes, while perhaps buying merchandise or a drink so that by the time you''ve got it, most people have left. Also it has excellent public transport links, it is served by 3 stations the furthest is only 10 minutes away. If you''re using the underground i''d advise using the Jubilee or Metropolitian line from Wembley Park. The station has recently been refurbished and expanded to make way for the new stadium crowds, thus meaning there''s ample space for people after the gig. It''s also only a short walk down empire way which is very wide and has plenty of room.

If i have one criticism though, although there were lots of stewards around during the show, i felt at risk during certain times during the gig because of some idiots pushing and ''moshing. I don''t mind a bit of this but when they were deliberately pushing people over and sqaushing people it got a bit out of hand. Although i can see how it can be hard i did wish at the time that the stewards would come into the crowd and eject those causing the trouble, i did see a few people being ejected but this was only near the barrier. These problems might have been because there whole floor was standing, which is not normally the case as normally only a bit is standing and the rest seating.

All in all i enjoyed the concert very much and i look forward to re-visiting it, my concerns about the standing area are only with bands that attract a rowdy-crowd and with a big standing area, had the situation got really out of hand i''m sure that the stewards would''ve taken action, as i saw many of them monitoring the situation with torches.
By Michelle Kosky
Written by | 14th Jan 2007
Average old fashioned venue that has had its day.
By james fisher
Written by | 19th Dec 2006
The venue was fantastic, no wonder it has so many big names deciding to finish off their tours there, and I hope it will be a venue for many years to come, Kylie Minogue I am sure that her concerts there will be amazing.
By Medusa
Written by | 11th Aug 2006
Nice venue with plenty of staff on duty, the staff were friendly, professional and approachable. Seats were bigger than at many gigs so therefore made the event more comfortable.

There was a lack of safety information and a lack of general information with regard to the late start. The tickets stated that no cameras of any kind were allowed into the venue, this was clearly not enforced and plenty of people were taking pictures throughout. This was queried with customer services who told me that people were allowed to bring in small ordinary cameras but that professional ones were banned. This is in total contradiction to what is printed in the information and a source of irritation, come on Wembley you need to sort this out, either we are allowed to take a few pictures or we are not, which is it???

There is a total smoking ban in force at the venue, this seems fair enough, however, you are not allowed to go out of the venue once you are in which is a total infringement of individual liberty. It is nothing short of outrageous that having paid a small fortune for a ticket to this venue you are effectively imprisoned, when there is a late start and no entertainment of any kind you have to question their right to do this. It amazes me that they can get away with it.

Usual free for all when leaving the venue, stewards around on entry but nowhere to be seen on exit, this results in the usual free for all, we saw people driving far to quickly around the car park area, given that there were a lot of very inebriated folk wandering aimlessly around it is quite clear that this should be changed, preferably before there is an accident.
By Lara
Written by | 27th Jul 2006
I had a very good time there and everything was fine.
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Wembley Arena, Empire Way, Wembley, London HA9 0DW, Middlesex
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Tel:0208 902 8833
www:www.wembley.co.uk
Email:contacts@wembley.co.uk

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