Address Wembley Stadium London HA9 0WS, UK

A true British legend, Wembley Stadium has seen some of the greatest artists perform at some of the world’s greatest concerts and has also been the venue for many sporting events.

On April 28, 1923, the Wembley Stadium was inaugurated for the British Empire Exhibition of 1924. In 1948, the Olympic Games were held there, then in 1966, the stadium hosted the World Cup of soccer. Recognizable thanks to its twin towers, located on each side of the entrance, this arena hosts in 1985 the mythical Live Aid. On June 11, 1988, a big party is celebrated there on the occasion of the seventieth birthday of Nelson Mandela.

On April 20, 1992, all the top international rock stars gathered there for the Freddie Mercury Tribute. Later, Bon Jovi, the Spice Girls, KISS, Celine Dion, Tina Turner and Oasis were among the artists that the stadium hosted.

In 2003, when the city of London was already planning the 2012 Olympic Games, the decision was made to destroy it completely and rebuild it in a more modern version.

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London Fantrippers Guide

London's guide to the 1000 cult locations for films, series, music, comics and novels

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Harry Potter, James Bond, Bridget Jones, The Persuaders!, Black Mirror, The Crown, Dr Who, Mister Bean, Monty Python, Sherlock Holmes, Blake and Mortimer, The Beatles, David Bowie, The Who, Amy Winehouse, Dracula, Oliver Twist…

With more than 1000 cult locations for movies, TV series, music, comics, novels, the London Fantrippers Guide offers an unusual and unique travel experience through more than 1000 places of cult fiction specially selected for you.

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