Friday 22 June 2018 at 15h00

London Stadium will host back to back Foo Fighters shows in June 2018 as the world’s biggest rock band return to the UK.

London Stadium will host back to back Foo Fighters shows in June 2018 as the world’s biggest rock band return to the UK.

Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear and Rami Jaffee will take to the London Stadium stage on Friday 22 and Saturday 23 June.

Fans visiting London Stadium for the shows can take advantage of the below information to make the most of their trip to the venue:



London Stadium strongly recommends that fans do not bring bags to the venue, and for all shows on the Foo Fighters' Concrete and Gold tour, bags larger than A4 size will not be permitted to any venue hosting the band.

We would also add that the show will feature heavy use of strobe lighting, and that moshing & crowdsurfing is not advised.



London Stadium provides designated walking routes to Stratford Station to support the safe journey home of all fans who attend events at the venue.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a large, open public area and with a capacity of up to 75,000 for our summer concerts, these routes are necessary to ensure guests reach public transport hubs as quickly and safely as possible.

It is expected that fans will reach Stratford station within approximately one hour from leaving London Stadium. To ease congestion into Stratford station, stop and go signs are in operation on all routes, with stewards at hand to offer advice and to direct guests to their desired transport hub.

The safety of all guests visiting London Stadium is of paramount importance. Please assist our stewarding teams in this operation to ensure your journey home is as smooth as possible.




What are the start and end times for concerts at London Stadium?

For Foo Fighters, while the bridges and Stadium Island are due to open at 3pm, and doors open at the following times:

Foo Fighters, Wolf Alice, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes // Friday 22 June // Doors: 4pm
Foo Fighters, The Kills, Slaves, Starcrawler // Saturday 23 June // Doors: 3.30pm 

Both shows will finish at 10:30, and more information will be updated in due course.

Please note that the performance times are subject to change.  Please check back to our website nearer the time for precise details.

Ticketholders can enter London Stadium after 5pm, though last entrance is scheduled for 30 minutes after the beginning of the headline act.

We would also recommend all guests plan their journey home in advance, to best avoid delays in returning to public transport stations outside London Stadium.


I am an accessible customer arriving at the venue using public transport, what's the best way of getting to London Stadium?

London Stadium is a venue for all, and boasts a range of accessible features to ensure your event day experience is as enjoyable as possible. 

We have an accessible team operating at the venue for all our concerts, as well as a dedicated accessible shuttle bus service operating from Platform 13 at Stratford Station, and dropping off at Bridge three at London Stadium. The first bus will depart from Stratford Station at 3pm, and the final service will return from Bridge three at midnight following the conclusion of the show.

Keep an eye out for our accessibility team (dressed in Pink), who will be on hand at all areas of your journey and inside London Stadium and more than happy to help throughout the day.

For more information, check our website and social channels in the run up to the shows, or if you have a specific query please email


I have bought an ambulant seat and was told I would be refunded the ticket for the carer, when will I receive this?

All easy access come with a free carer seat. After the purchase, one of the ticketing team will contact you to discuss requirements and will require you to provide evidence of need for a carer.  Please contact the team at to discuss this.


How do I book blue badge parking?

Remaining spaces for Blue Badge Parking are available online at this address...


The blue badge parking is now full, where can I park?

The nearest parking facility to London Stadium is situated at Westfield. Click here for more information...

Alternatively, there will be a shuttle bus in operation from Stratford station to the stadium. The free shuttle bus service will run at regular intervals between 3pm and 12am, from platform 13 at Stratford station to bridge 3 at the stadium.  There will be volunteers on hand to assist everyone in their journey, and there is no need to book this in advance.


Can my child attend the concert?  

ALL persons attending an event must have a ticket. Regardless of age, anyone wishing to access the venue on event day must have a valid ticket and we advise that guests aged 5 and under do not attend.  There will not be any ‘lap tickets’ issued so the child will need to have a ticket purchased for them. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18+.   


What does the unreserved pitch seating mean?

Holders of a ticket in the lower tier will have access to the pitch and unreserved seating, with a free flow between the two areas.


I have a specific point to raise regarding noise from this summer's concert series. Is there someone I can speak to?

Yes, we have a dedicated noiseline for our summer concerts. Simply call 0800 0722 110 and we'll look into your query.


Are there any wheelchair hire facilities?

There is no wheelchair hire at the stadium. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park operates a service at the information centre, opposite the London Aquatics Centre, but it is worth noting that the opening times are shorter than the timings of the concert. For more information visit the QEOP website here.


Can I bring a wheelchair with me?

Yes, absolutely. See below for more information on wheelchair stores.


Can I make my own way to the stadium in a wheelchair and then put it somewhere safe for the duration of the event.

Is that a service that the stadium will offer?

Yes, there will be a buggy and wheelchair store on the concourse. Our friendly stewarding team will be on hand on the day with locations. Please note that any items left are at the owners risk.


Can I bring medication with me?

Yes, all medication should be marked as such and you should only bring with you what is needed for the time period of the event.


I’ve bought tickets directly from and need to change the delivery address.

Please send details of your new address to the ticketing team at


How do I get to the stadium?

Please see details on the 'getting here section' of our website here...


Can I bring food and drink with me?

Yes, you can bring small quantities of food for personal consumption. No plastic bottles, glass or alcohol is permitted.

London Stadium has a wide range of catering outlets throughout Stadium Island and on the inner concourses of the Stadium for all events. Click here for more information.


Can I bring a bag?

We would like to discourage guests from bringing bags unless absolutely necessary, given the increased security measures for our concerts. Suitcases or large bags are not permitted.  There are no left luggage facilities.  Bags will be subject to search procedures.

Event owners often incorporate their own bag policy for shows. Details of these will be publicised on the London Stadium website in advance of the show.


Can I bring a camping chair/chair in a bag/chair?

No camping chairs are permitting as the standing tickets allow access to the lower tier unreserved seating.


Where can I get further information from?

If you’re joining us for one of our summer concerts and would like more information, sign up to receive our email communications by following this link...

If you have a specific query and would like to discuss it with us directly, please call our friendly reception team directly on 0208 522 6001, between 9 & 5 Monday - Friday.

Official venue hospitality is available from with exclusive packages including Foo Fighters memorabilia, lounge access, fine food, drinks on demand and the best seats in the house.




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