Taking in live music at Brockwell Park
Located in the southern area of Brixton, Brockwell park has been a popular spot for concerts for many years, including being the venue for the Rock Against Racism Carnival in 1978. If you want to see what shows are happening soon, or if you want to sell tickets to upcoming shows, make sure you go to StubHub where we can provide you with all your ticketing needs. Just search Brockwell Park tickets to buy or sell today.
From rock to pop and everything in between
Brixton is no stranger to good music venues, with Electric Brixton and Hootananny Brixton being just a couple of their popular live music spots. But there is something about open-air concerts and festivals that makes them so captivating and it is only fitting that the musical hub of Brixton has somewhere like Brockwell Park. What’s more, with the London skyline in view from the park the setting is perfect for any gig held here. With previous artists such as Thundercat, whose work pulls from genres such as jazz and funk, and pop icon Boy George, you can find it all at Brockwell Park. The park itself covers approximately 50 hectares of Brixton, so there isn’t really any worry of running out of room. In the past, Brockwell Park has played host to concerts bringing in over 100,000 attendees and has seen all manners of music grace the temporary stages set up in the park. If you want to find yourself as one of the attendees at the next concert, make sure to search Brockwell Park tickets on StubHub to find out what events are coming soon.
For all walks of life
Alongside the brilliant plethora of festivals and musical performances, Brockwell Park also features numerous other facilities and for those looking to attend an event here and wanting to make a day of it, there is plenty to see and do. Whether you want to stay active on their football pitches, BMX track and tennis courts or whether you are looking to relax at the café, walled flower garden or duck ponds, there is always something you can do to pass the time. For those travelling to Brockwell Park from further afield, we recommend taking public transport as parking may be difficult to find during busy periods. The closest train station is Herne Hill Station, and for those taking the London Underground, Brixton Station is about a 15-minute walk from the park. There are also numerous buses that travel past the park. Whichever way you decide to travel, make sure you have peace of mind by booking your tickets on StubHub. Just search Brockwell Park tickets on the site to get your tickets for the next big show.
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