If you love music, you’ll be in your element during a visit to London, where there are so many live music venues to choose from, you’re bound to find something to suit your tastes.
Whether its rock, pop or indie that you’re into, you’ll find a venue that will cater to your needs in the capital.
From wild Saturday nights fuelled by dancing and alcohol to chilled Sunday sessions, the music scene in London is bursting at the seams, so all you need to do is take your pick.
After a day or night filled with music, your room at the Grand Park London Paddington will make the perfect sanctuary where you can enjoy some peace and quiet and get a good night’s sleep. Walk up full of energy and ready to see some of the top London sights.
The Half Moon Putney
93 Lower Richmond Rd, Putney, SW15
For true music enthusiasts, this pub is steeped in history and is a must visit when you’re in London. Some of the world’s most legendary acts have performed here, including The Rolling Stones, Elvis Costello and the debut performance of singer Kate Bush. These days, the pub plays host to well-known London acts as well as up and coming talent. Grab a group of your friends and head here, where pumping music and flowing drinks are sure to make for an epic night.
One you’ve had your fill of live music and beer, retire to your room at the Grand Park London Paddington where you’re guaranteed to get a good night’s sleep.
The Dublin Castle
94 Parkway, Camden, NW1 7AN
Fan of rock and roll? This relaxed pub in Camden will be perfect for you then. This place prides itself on bringing some of the best names in the industry to its stage, and with the likes of Blur, The Killers and Coldplay all having performed here, it sounds as though they’re doing a good job at providing the best in the business.
When the live music isn’t booming, there’s an awesome jukebox with a great selection of tracks, so pick your favourite, hit the dance floor with your friends and let off some steam.
All that dancing is likely to have tired you out, so luckily you’re not too far from your room at one of our hotels near Paddington Station.
1A Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE
Koko is one of London’s most loved music venues, and it’s not hard to see why. It was originally built as Camden Theatre in 1900 but since then has been restored but managed to maintain its architectural beauty. Set in a thriving area of the city, this place has played host to a number of legendary performers including Prince, Oasis and Katy Perry. Many more big names in music are due to hit the stage soon, so you’re sure to find something that suits your taste.