After a year of canceled shows and a very long wait for the return of live music, Andy C has announced his monumental return to the stage, and it's at one of the UK's most prestigious venues, The SSE Arena, Wembley.
It's been almost three years since Andy C last tore the roof off of the iconic SSE Arena, a night that went down in history for all who were there. Known for keeping the energy levels at a maximum all night, Andy C is set to take the stage on October 23rd, 2021 for another can't-miss night of drum & bass.
For over 80 years The SSE Arena, Wembley has been a staple destination in live music. Before it underwent a $35 million renovation in the early 2000s, the venue hosted a staggering list of musical legends, such as Michael Jackson, Queen, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Prince, who has performed 35 concerts there. This Fall, Andy C will add his name to the list.
Watch the recap of Andy C's "All Night" show from 2018 in Wembley below.
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Although tickets are not officially released yet, there is no guarantee they will be around long once they are, so keep an eye out for on-sale dates. You can sign up for access to pre-sale tickets here.