Capital's Summertime Ball: All you need to know

Capital’s Summertime Ball with Barclaycard returns to Wembley Stadium this Sunday (16 June) with another incredible line-up of the world’s hottest pop stars, including Sabrina Carpenter, David Guetta, Benson Boone, RAYE, Paul Russell, Meghan Trainor and loads more.

More than 80,000 people are expected to attend and to ensure everyone gets the most out of their visit we have the following advice.

Following this guidance will ensure Wembley Stadium is a safe environment for everyone attending.


All tickets for this event are now sold-out.

All those with tickets should download the latest version of the AXS App before arriving and have their tickets ready to show stewards when asked.

If you’re attending with a group, we strongly advise you to transfer the tickets well in advance of your arrival at the stadium, this will help you with a smooth entry into the ground on show day. To transfer the tickets, follow the simple steps here.

Stadium access

All doors (including hospitality) open at 13:00.

The show starts at 14:30 and is expected to finish around 21:30 (approx.)

Children (14 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult.
Children under the age of 12 are not allowed to stand on the pitch
Children under the age of five will not be permitted into the stadium.

Getting to Wembley Stadium

Supporters are encouraged to plan their journeys in advance to avoid disappointment or delay to their travel. 

Rail / Underground

There will be a full closure of Wembley Stadium Station on Sunday, June 16.

Chiltern Railway services will be in operation, however they will not stop at Wembley Stadium station.

Spectators are encouraged to use Wembley Central and Wembley Park stations for travel to the stadium.

Please be aware some London Overground Services into/out of Wembley Central may be subjected to diversions from 11:00.

The Bakerloo Line through Wembley Central and the Jubilee and Metropolitan line through Wembley Park will operate as normal.

Guests are encouraged to plan their journeys in advance to avoid disappointment or delay. Please allow sufficient time to walk to and enter the stadium.

Please check the National Rail and TfL Status Updates websites to look out for any service alteration details and for real-time journey updates.

By Car

Event day parking at Wembley Stadium is limited and must be booked in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Any vehicles which do not pre-book will not be granted access to the stadium car parks. Customers are advised to park via the official car parks only.

Blue badge parking is available for ticketholders with accessibility needs and this can also be booked directly through the Wembley Official Parking website. For any further accessibility requirements, please review Wembley Stadium’s Access Information page, or visit the Guest support portal.

Drop Off / Pick Up Point

For Capital Summertime Ball we have put in place a dedicated pick up and drop off point for parents / guardians not attending the concert.

The drop off point is located at the Yellow Car Park on Fulton Rd (HA9 0TF) and available between 11:00 – 23:30.

Please be aware there is no parking at this site, and it should be used for short term pick up/drop off only.

By Coach

National Express is the official coach partner to Wembley Stadium. National Express drop off at the stadium from over 50 locations around the UK making it the easiest and most convenient way to travel to Wembley. For dedicated National Express services to Capital Summertime Ball visit the National Express website here or call 08717 81 81 81.

Wembley Park No-street-drinking zone

Since 2022 Brent Council, and its partners, have enforced a no-street-drinking zone on Olympic Way and the surrounding area for ALL events at Wembley Stadium. This is part of the current Public Space Order Protection in place around the stadium on event days. More information on the order can be found here.

Fans drinking on Olympic Way and the surrounding streets for any event will be asked to hand over their alcohol and enforcement action may be considered.

About Wembley Stadium


Wembley Stadium is a cashless venue. Please be aware that NO kiosks will accept cash. Contactless & Card payments will only be accepted at al kiosks inside the stadium.

Restricted bag policy

Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Each person can only bring one small bag into the stadium, and it must not be bigger than A4 size:

Height – 297mm (11.7 inches) - Width – 210mm (8.27 inches) - Depth – 210mm (8.27 inches)

Please note, this means the overall bag size – bags that are half-full and folded over to reduce their size will not be accepted. Anyone carrying bags that do not meet the criteria above will not be allowed into the stadium.

Prohibited items

Empty plastic reusable bottles are fine to bring into the stadium - these can then be filled at one of our free refillable water stations located inside the stadium. Please note, metal bottles will not be permitted inside the stadium.

Mobile phones and battery packs are also fine to bring into the stadium.  For a full list of what you can and what you can’t bring into Wembley click  here.


The use of pyrotechnics, flares and smoke devices inside or outside Wembley Stadium is illegal and prohibited. Anyone caught carrying or using pyrotechnical equipment inside the stadium will be immediately ejected from the stadium, banned from future events and dealt with by police.

Those caught using pyrotechnic equipment anywhere outside of the stadium will be in breach of the PSPO order and face enforcement action.

Disabled supporters

Wembley Stadium is a welcoming and inclusive venue for all guests with access requirements. There are 310 places for wheelchair users, each with a personal assistant/companion seat. The stadium also provides a range of services for guests with specialist access requirements including a shuttle service from Wembley Park Station. More information can be found here.

Persistent standing

Persistent standing in the stands is strictly forbidden and may result in ejection from the ground. Persistent standing not only compromises crowd safety, but also affects the event experience of fellow spectators, especially children and elderly people.

Anti-social and discriminatory behaviour

Wembley Stadium operates a zero-tolerance policy on any form of anti-social and discriminatory behaviour. If you witness any anti-social or discriminatory behaviour on the day, text HELP to 66566 or contact your nearest steward.

Food and drink

Wembley Stadium offers an extensive range of food and drinks inside the stadium – more information is available here.

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