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World-class events at Wembley Park to enjoy all year.

With its excellent transport links, Wembley Park has always been known for its live music, sports and entertainment through The SSE Arena, Wembley and the National Stadium, but with the addition of the LDO and an annual events programme, it is now alive with activity and a destination for every day of the year.

View to SSE Arena, Wembley from Arena Square

Formerly Wembley Arena, The SSE Arena, Wembley is one of the UK’s most iconic entertainment venues. With a rich history, including during the Empire Exhibition where is acted as the Empire Pool, the building has hosted iconic events such as the 1948 and 2012 Olympics.

In 2006 Quintain undertook a £35 million refurbishment of the arena, which included moving the entrance to its current location opening out onto Arena Square and looking towards Wembley Stadium. This has allowed the arena to continue hosting world famous performers such as Madonna, David Bowie, Prince, Rolling Stones, whilst also expanding to include entertainment events such as TNA Wrestling, Disney on Ice and Snooker finals.

Additionally, the 4* London Hilton Wembley opened in 2012 and is located alongside The SSE Arena, giving people someone to stay after a show and further cementing Wembley as a London destination.

From the weekly Wednesday food market through to annual events such as the Color Run, Wembley Park is alive with activity all year round across site. Wembley Park plays host to a wide variety of different seasonal events across the year, which have included:

  • Color Run
  • Holi One
  • Mela
  • Wednesday Food Market
  • Men’s Health, Survival of the Fittest
  • North London Half Marathon
  • Ice Rink
  • Black History Month at Yellow Pavilion
  • Fireworks

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London Designer Outlet and Playpark

In 2016 visitors to Wembley Park were over 11 million, up from 4 million in 2004, and playing a significant part in this is the delivery of London’s first outlet shopping centre; London Designer Outlet (LDO).

With over 70 shops and restaurants / coffee shops, a nine screen cinema and a calendar of activities, the LDO has created somewhere not only for event goers to visit before and after events, but has become a destination in its own right, welcoming 5 million shoppers in its first year alone.


Child enjoying slide in playpark

Another addition to the Placemaking strategy at Wembley Park for locals and visitors alike is the inclusion of the children’s all-weather playpark and outdoor space which opened between LDO and Wembley Stadium in 2014.