plus Grace Carter
Standing: Strictly 14+, with 14-15 year olds to be accompanied by an adult (16+).
Seated: Under 14s to be accompanied by an adult.
Engineers Way, Wembley
PLEASE NOTE - SSE Arena Wembley DO NOT accept letters of authorisation when collecting tickets.
Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over, and children under 16 cannot enter the standing area and may only enter the event with seated tickets.
Travelling by car:
The Wembley complex is located just off the A406 North Circular Road within easy reach of central London and the rest of the country, with major motorways connecting nearby.
If you're coming:
From the North
M1/A1 > A406 > A404
From the East
M11 > M25 (J23) > A1 > A41 > A406 > A404
From the South
M25 (J8) > A217 > A240 > A24 > A3 > A306 >A205 > A406 > A404
From the West
M4 > A312 > A40 > A406 > A404
Wembley’s three official on-site car parks offer the closest, most secure parking available on a pay on entry basis. You can pre-book parking for Wembley events on-line up to the last working day (Monday to Friday) prior to the event. Pre-booking will guarantee you a parking space on the Wembley Complex. Visit www.csparking.com
Most of the time all cameras are NOT allowed into the auditorium at the request of the artist, when they are permitted only small cameras will be allowed into the Arena. Professional cameras and video/audio equipment are strictly prohibited AT ALL TIMES. Live video/audio recordings made without the permission of the artist/promoter are prohibited.
Tickets can be collected from the Arena Box Office on Arena Square.
Please note that Wembley Arena is a NO SMOKING venue Unfortunately there are no cloakroom facilities in the Arena.
Crowd surfing is not permitted. Crowd surfers will be removed from the standing area. Persistent offenders may be ejected from the venue.
ATM facilities are provided in the Arena.
The Arena is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Access is via any of the front/foyer entrance doors as well as both the South West and North West entrances. New lifts provide access to the restaurant and there are lower counters on selected merchandise and refreshment concessions. In addition to this there are wheelchair accessible bays within the auditorium and toilet facilities throughout the Arena.
Toilets for disabled visitors are located in the middle of both concourses and are fitted with standard RADAR locks. Patrons who hold their own keys will be able to access the toilets using these. For those that don't have a key they are available from the Information points on both concourses, located next to the disabled toilets.
Assistance dogs are welcome, although (dependent on sound levels) they are not allowed to remain in the auditorium during performances and alternate provision will be made. Call 020 8782 5629.