The London Olympic Stadium: a venue for all occasions
The London Olympic Stadium lights up the east of the city during its array of special events, from concerts to sports and everything else in between. Don't miss out on the electric atmosphere this magnificent stadium has to offer, whatever the occasion may be. Buy and sell your London Olympic Stadium tickets now via StubHub.
The ideal setting for a summer of sport
Construction for the London Olympic Stadium began in May 2008, taking almost 3 years and a whopping £486 million to complete. The following year saw the commencement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London, with the brand-new stadium as its host. The UK came together as a nation in an unforgettable summer of sport and athletics. Yet this was only the beginning for the London Olympic Stadium, which went on to host several World Cup Rugby matches in 2015, a number of athletic and para-athletic world championships and to become the home ground of West Ham United after an intense bidding war with Tottenham Hotspur. With a capacity of 66,000, the London Olympic Stadium is also a perfect host for live music; in the summer of 2016 it did just that for the first time with AC/DC kicking things off. Other legendary acts to have performed here include Guns N Roses and Robbie Williams. Make sure you don't miss out on the next big thing! London Olympic Stadium tickets are now available to buy or sell via StubHub now.
More than just an arena
Situated within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the London Olympic Stadium is surrounded by a variety of activities that can keep an entire family entertained before breaching the walls to witness the headline act. Take in breathtaking views of the London skyline and the stadium itself from the ArcelorMittal Orbit, then take the world's longest and tallest tunnel slide down, or, if you're brave enough, abseil your way back down to Earth instead! If you're not much of an adrenaline junkie, you can take a tour of the historical Stratford and Hackney waterways surrounding the stadium, or stroll through the gardens and meadows of the park. Whichever way you spend your time before the main event, nothing can compare to the awe-inspiring feeling of seeing this enormous spectacle of design and architecture for the first time. The London Olympic Stadium really does live up to its counterparts, Wembley Stadium and the O2 Arena, in representing the growing, modern, cosmopolitan city of London in the perfect way. Make sure you buy or sell your London Olympic Stadium tickets now via StubHub.
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