The following information is straight from Wembley. All who have purchased tickets should have received this in an Email, but just to make sure everyone is up to date, here you go!

Main Times – Both shows
Doors Open @ 6pm / Show @ 7.30pm / Finish @ 10pm (all times approx. and subject to change)


Maximum size can be around A3, but we’re afraid no poles can be attached. Anything unsuitable, in size, shape, or message will not be allowed in.

Glow sticks / tubes
Must have the British Kite mark, and be no larger than 6″. They must be used safely. One or Two per person

Crowns sticks
These will be allowed into the venue, 1 per person, under the condition they are used safely.

Other merchandise items
Please only purchase form official sources, at the venue. Merchandise bought from unofficial traders will not be admitted to the venue.

Arrival times
Please do not arrive earlier than the advertised ‘doors-open’ time of 6pm. Wembley Arena and its facilities will not be accessible before this time. Wembley site is not suitable for early arrivals: there are no toilet facilities, near-by food outlets, or shelter in inclement weather. Early queuing is not permitted.

Professional cameras (anything with a 35mm+, or a detachable lens) and audio/video recording equipment, are not allowed

Age limits
Venue – no under 14yrs are allowed into the venue unless accompanied by an adult. ID may be requested

Standing floor – no under 14yrs are allowed on the standing floor under any circumstances; and 14-15yr olds must be accompanied by an adult aged 16 or over, again – ID may be requested

Items are charged of £1 each. There is very limited space, please do not bring anything other than essential items; it is likely that cloakrooms will become full to capacity, and unable to accept all items.

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Parents waiting inside the venue
We cannot accommodate these requests, and would suggest meeting your party outside, on Arena Square.

Please note the information on your ticket. Standing tickets are for the standing areas, and Seated for the seating bays. You may only access the area in your ticket, and swapping areas is not permitted

Any additional information will be updated on our website; timing information is subject to change.

We have an excellent range of bars on site serving a mixture of hot and cold drinks, internationally renowned beers and fine wines

Car Parks
Visitors wishing to drive to the Arena are advised to use the official Wembley Arena car parks operated by City and Suburban Parking Limited. To reserve your place please visit:

Rail Connections
The nearest tube station is Wembley Park on the Jubilee and Metropolitan line. The tube station is located within a 5 minute walking distance down Olympic Way
The Bakerloo line runs to Wembley Central. The tube station is located within a 10 minute walking distance of the arena.

There is no planned work on the routes at present time, but please check Transport for London online for the latest live travel news at

Looking for other great shows to see?
Then why not come along and see the other great shows we have lined up here at Wembley Arena! We have Chris Lee on January 12th and Fish Leong on January 25th. Tickets for these shows and all our others available from

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