Tuesday, 19 August 2008

Cliff Richard - Wembley Arena

Cliff Richard have made a history with over 250 million records sold and Number 1 hit singles in 5 different decades, the eternal young one truly is the ultimate singing star. Despite his massive success, Sir Cliff remains one of the most fan-friendly, modest and lovable of all pop's children, whether he's going for another Christmas top spot, playing Heathcliff on the stage, or entertaining the crowds on a rainy day at Wimbledon.
This is the good news for the fans of Cliff Richard to attend his concert because he is going to perform for dates in Wembley Arena, London, UK

Mon, 10 Nov 08 Cliff Richard Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom .

Wed, 12 Nov 08 Cliff Richard Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom

Fri, 14 Nov 08 Cliff Richard Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom

Sat, 15 Nov 08 Cliff Richard Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom

1 Music Festival Polish Free Live & Exclusive Wembley – London

The “PKO BP London Live – Polish Music Festival”, will be the first festival of its size outside of Poland, the PKO BP London Live will bring the greatest Polish stars together for a glorious celebration of Polish Popular Music.

A host of Polish pop stars including Bajm, Lady Pank, Kayah, Doda, Monika Brodka, Wilki, Bracia and Natalia Kukulska will perform eight one-hour concerts at the legendary Wembley Arena during this FREE festival.

Monika Richardson and Tomasz Kammel will host the event while Kayah, Rafał Bryndal and Jan Tomaszewski will be special guests.

Sunday, 7 September, 2008
Wembley Arena
Doors: 11:00 am
Arena Square, Engineers Way Middlesex
London, HA9 0DH

Lee Evans - Wembley Arena

'Monkey Boy' is the nickname he gave himself, probably to boost his underdog persona, and his physical style means he often gets excited and worry a lot under theatre lights.2 The name given to the comedy that was started in the Eighties and defined by Saturday Live and The Young Ones. It was 'alternative' in the sense that none of the comedians were sexist/racist/ageist, as most of the traditional comedians of the day were. In practice, it sometimes didn't work, as some women comedians became sexist against men, ie Jo Brand and everyone tried too hard to be inoffensive, something practically impossible in comedy

In 2002, Lee Evans had a sell-out tour of the UK, culminating in two nights at Wembley Arena, something very few comics have been able to do, confirming his status at the top of his profession. It was extra-special for Evans as it gave him the opportunity to play on stage with his hero, his father Dave Evans.

In 2008, Lee Evans again is going to perform in UK with his remarkable monkey efforts. He has declared four dates for Wembley Arena, London. The list of events are given as under:-

Thu, 30 Oct 08 (19:00) Lee Evans Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

Fri, 31 Oct 08 (19:00) Lee Evans Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

Sat, 1 Nov 08 (19:00) Lee Evans Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

Sun, 30 Nov 08 (19:00)
Lee Evans Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

Monday, 18 August 2008

Wembley Arena - Oasis

Oasis is not performing in Bristol, Wales, Nottingham, Leicestershire and Middlesbrough in december this year. Tour dates of Oasis concert event are as follows.

Thu, 16 Oct 08 (19:0) Oasis Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

Fri, 17 Oct 08 (19:0) Oasis Tickets
Wembley Arena London, United Kingdom (Seating Plan)

This both events are consecutive so it could be possible that all tickets have been sold out for wemble arena. So , buy tickets with your favourite ticket touts.

Wembley Arena - Adnan Sami

A great news for the Asian fans of Adnan sami that he is coming in uk for his explosvie concert that is going to be take place in Wembley Arena. Before the Wembley Arena he will also perform in Nottingham Trent FM Arena.

Wemble Arena : Current Gigs.

Wembley Arena - 18th Oct 08, 19:30
Wembley Arena - 19th Oct 08, 19:30

Thursday, 14 August 2008

Queen + Paul Rodgers (Rock The Cosmos) Tour 2008

Queen + Paul Rodgers and Paul Rodger is going to perform their greatest music concert on Saturday November 8, 2008, Wembley Arena, Wembley, LondonLondon, England. Dont's lose the chance to see these artiest. In addition to this the upcoming events that is going to be take place on wembley arena are as under:

Wed, Oct 22
Fall Out Boy
Fri, Dec 5
Counting Crows / Ben Folds
Sun, Dec 14
Race Of Champions
Mon, Dec 15
The Mighty Boosh

Wembley Arena Tickets

Wembley Arena is a world famous entertainment venue dating back to 1934 when it was built for the Empire Games. The Wembley Arena originally housed a swimming pool which was last used for the 1948 Summer Olympic Games.
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Wembley Arena

Wembley Arena is a famous entertainment venue, located in Wembley, London, UK. The building is opposite Wembley Stadium. It was built for the 1934 Empire Games and originally housed a swimming pool, as reflected by its former name, the Empire Pool. The pool itself was last used for the 1948 Summer Olympics.

Cliff Richard holds the record for the most headline shows by one artist, and will play his sixtieth concert in the Arena in 2008. Whitney Houston is the female artist with the most shows at Wembley, with 29. Westlife are the best selling pop band, having played 27 headline shows at the venue, and Status Quo will play their 42nd Wembley Arena show in December 2008.
Indoor sporting events such as boxing and ice hockey have long been popular at the Arena, notably the World Championship bout between then champion Alan Minter and challenger Marvin Hagler, which the latter won. The Wembley Lions and Wembley Monarchs were two ice hockey teams that used the venue during the 1940s, 50s and 60s, while the London Lions used the venue for a season in the 1970s. Wembley also hosted the British Hockey League play-off finals weekend at the end of each season up until the league's disbandment in 1996. More recently netball, darts, basketball, five-aside football, snooker and cage fighting have made regular appearances on the calendar.

Artists that have played the "new" venue include Busted, Shania Twain, Blink 182, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Madonna, Take That, Kylie Minogue, Ozzy Osbourne, Cliff Richard, The Eagles, Diana Ross, Céline Dion, Status Quo, Il Divo, Placebo, Meat Loaf, Westlife, McFly, Dave Matthews Band, Santana, Girls Aloud, Hard-Fi, Bruce Springsteen, Mariah Carey, My Chemical Romance, Rush, Dream Theater and Gwen Stefani.

Wembley Arena Gallery

Wembley Arena Gallery

Wembley City to host the Human Race

Prepare for the first global 10k. 30,000 runners and 10,000 guests will pack Wembley Stadium for spectacular pre-race live sets from Moby, Pendulum Carl Craig.
Once the starting gun fires on Sunday evening, you'll race 30,000 runners through the streets of Wembley, finishing on Olympic Way in front of the stadium's famous floodlit arch. This will be a 10k like no other.
Make sure you're on time for the first-ever global 10K. Doors to the venue open at 5.00pm and everyone must be inside by 6.00pm for the start of the live performances. Don't be late, you don't want to miss this. Following the spectacular pre-race live sets, you'll set off from Wembley Stadium with 10, 000 fans roaring you on. You'll leave one of the world's most iconic sports and entertainment venues to race through the surrounding streets, spurred on by music from mini stages and inspirational messages along the course. Finally you'll thunder up Olympic Way for a glory dash to the finish line beneath Wembley's famous floodlit arch.

Wembly Arena - Travel Information

The world famous Wembley Arena is London's must play venue attracting the most legendary artists in the music industry and host to many prestigious sporting events
The Wembley Complex offers ample parking space and has over 3000 spaces available.
For more information on parking on the estate please visit City and Suburban Parking's website at www.csparking.com.

By Tube
Wembley Park Station is now open to the public however track closures are anticipated in the future for essential repairs and we suggest if you are travelling to Wembley you may need to add extra time to your journey especially if you travel late at night or need to make connection with other rail/bus networks. Please note that this information is subject to constant change. For definitive updates we advise that you seek the very latest news from www.tfl.gov.uk and contact:
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 48 49 50
London Travel Information: 0207 222 1234

By Car
Please allow plenty of time for your journey, as there may be extra road users due to the disruptions to the usual rail services. For definitive updates we strongly advise that you either call
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 48 49 50
London Travel Information: 0207 222 1234

The METROPOLITAN LINE is the quickest underground route from Central London, an average journey time of fifteen minutes from Baker Street to Wembley Park Station.
The JUBILEE LINE also stops at Wembley Park Station, and the new Jubilee Line extension now gives easy access to Wembley from South East London
The BAKERLOO LINE stops at Wembley Central Station on the Wembley High Road.
The Wembley venues are sign posted from each station

Bus 79 passes the door, and buses 83, 92, 182 and 224 stop nearby.

Concerts at Wembley Arena

Saturday 16/8/08 Midnight Madness
Sunday 7/9/08 PKO BP London Live
Wednesday 10/9/08 Gloria Estefan
Sunday 21/9/08 Nickelback - standing
Sunday 21/9/08 Nickelback
Saturday 18/10/08 Adnan Sami
Sunday 19/10/08 Adnan Sami
Tuesday 21/10/08 Abba the Show
Wednesday 22/10/08 Fall Out Boy
Thursday 30/10/08 Lee Evans
Friday 31/10/08 Lee Evans
Saturday 1/11/08 Lee Evans
Sunday 2/11/08 Lee Evans
Saturday 8/11/08 Queen + Paul Rodgers - Standing
Saturday 8/11/08 Queen + Paul Rodgers - Seated
Monday 10/11/08 Cliff Richard
Wednesday 12/11/08 Cliff Richard
Friday 14/11/08 Cliff Richard
Saturday 15/11/08 Cliff Richard
Sunday 16/11/08 Amir Aslam in Association with Mangos Presents Chand Raat Damaka 2008
Tuesday 18/11/08 Lee Evans
Thursday 27/11/08 McFly
Saturday 29/11/08 Simple Minds
Friday 5/12/08 Counting Crows with Ben Folds, Mêlée
Friday 12/12/08 The Mighty Boosh
Saturday 13/12/08 Status Quo 'Pictures' 40 years of Hits with Manfred Mann's Earthband
Monday 15/12/08 The Mighty Boosh
Saturday 20/12/08 Cbeebies Live - 11am
Saturday 20/12/08 Cbeebies Live - 2pm
Saturday 20/12/08 Cbeebies Live - 5pm
Sunday 21/12/08 Cbeebies Live - 11am
Sunday 21/12/08 Cbeebies Live - 2pm
Monday 22/12/08 Kings Of Leon
Saturday 24/1/09 TNA Wrestling 2009 Maximum Impact! Tour
Tuesday 3/2/09 Strictly Come Dancing Live 2009
Wednesday 4/2/09 Strictly Come Dancing

History of Wembley Arena

Originally known as the Empire Pool, Wembley Arena was built for the Empire Games of 1934,
on part of the site of the lakes which had been laid out for the British Empire Exhibition ten years
The necessity was for a swimming pool 200ft x 60ft which could be decorated over for use as an
ice rink or performance arena. The design commission went to Sir Owen Williams who had
played a key part in the construction of the Empire Exhibition. The Empire Pool provided Williams
individually with an ideal opportunity to demonstrate how concrete engineering could generate
explicit and attractive architecture. Consequently, the treatment of the Arena paid no regard
whatsoever to the adjacent Palaces of Art and of Industry that had survived from the Empire
Exhibition. Likewise, although the Empire Pool was sited close to the Empire Stadium, Williams.
scheme turned its back to the Stadium and its main approaches.
The Arena building was thus considered of as an adaptable, all-purpose performance space. It
was built to be primarily a swimming pool but it could also be converted to an arena for sporting
events and performances. The swimming pool was closed at the outbreak of war (1939) and was
subsequently only used as a pool for the Olympic Games (1948). In c.1956 a permanent timber
floor was installed. In 1973 that timber floor was replaced by the present floor, built of Bison slabs
on steel A-frames supported off the bottom of the swimming pool.

The other main changes made to the building can be summarised as follows:
• The infilling (with wood-wool slab) of the glazed areas in the roof, and also the infilling of
the windows in the end walls (all the windows had been painted over for the black-out in
• The external post-tensioning of the roof frames at the east end, in order to give added
strength sufficient to carry a lighting grid in the Arena;
• The installation of air-changing equipment, replaced by comfort cooling equipment in
• Numerous small-scale changes, especially in the end annexes and the changing /
dressing room areas.

None of these changes has compromised the fundamental special interest of the building or the
way it is used, but they have seriously affected the present appearance of the east end of the
building in particular.

The Wembley Arena building was listed Grade II in 1976. The main aspect of the building.s special interest is its technical virtuosity in its adventurous use
of reinforced concrete. The roof structure was highly inventive and achieved the greatest span for
its time. It successfully answered the need for vast unobstructed space which could be
constructed in less than a year. As well as making a striking impression on those who visited the
building when it was new, its innovative structure has continued to be admired by engineers and
architects. The rhythm of fins and ribs, with the water towers acting as prominent punctuation
marks at the corners, and the annex elements at either end providing a structurally stabilizing
influence, combine to create a remarkably robust and distinctive architectural and engineering
The Arena building is rich in what may be defined as historic associations too. In its earlier years
it was the venue for many of the country.s major sporting events; not just the swimming events at
the 1934 Empire Games and the 1948 Olympics but also boxing, cycling, indoor tennis and other
sports. In more recent years the Arena has become a major venue for popular music
performances and events. The last ever UK live performance by The Beatles took place in the
venue in 1966 and the Rolling Stones have played the Arena fourteen times since 1964.