Whether you’re in town for a music concert, a comedy gig, or an exciting show that the whole family can enjoy, you’ll find a Premier Inn hotel close by to all the UK’s top event venues. When you stay with us there’s no need to worry about catching the last train or beating the traffic, so you can settle in, enjoy those encores and get the most out of your trip.
Hotels near UK arenas, stadiums and music venues
First Direct Arena, Leeds
The First Direct Arena in Leeds was voted Best New Venue in the World when it opened, and with its fan-shaped arena and stylish design, it’s easy to see why. In 2019 see comedy shows from Russell Howard and Bill Bailey, and catch Olly Murs and the Eagles live, all only a short walk away from the nearest Premier Inn.
If you need a Premier Inn hotel within walking distance of the exciting Arena Birmingham, you’ll have several to choose from. Whether you’ve got tickets to see Rita Ora or Brian Cox in 2019, you can enjoy a tasty bite to eat before you settle down to enjoy talented performers on the Firestone Stage.
Manchester Arena is an exciting place to be – it’s one of the largest indoor venues in Europe and hosts some of the UK’s biggest and best events. Not only is this venue the number one spot for live music in Manchester, but there’s also a whole host of events on offer for sports fans, comedy lovers and kids.
The O2, London
As one of the biggest and busiest event venues in the UK, the O2 Arena is a must-see when visiting London. Set right on the River Thames in North Greenwich, this iconic arena hosts all kinds of live shows and performances-- in 2019 book tickets to see Childish Gambino, Jimmy Carr and Romesh Ranganathan. The O2 Arena is also home to an exciting range of restaurants and bars, plus thrill-seekers can experience a 90-minute climb over the famous dome.
FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
From comic-cons to comedy shows, there’s something for everyone at the FlyDSA Arena in Sheffield. Plus – thanks to the food and drink outlets you’ll find at the venue – you can enjoy a bite to eat before the start of the show. The FlyDSA Arena is close to Rotherham, too, which means wherever you’re staying in South Yorkshire, the venue will be easy to get to.
SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Music fans, comedy fans and families alike will find plenty to keep them entertained at the SSE Hydro arena in Glasgow. Set in the Scottish Event Campus, the SSE Hydro is a hub of the city’s best live entertainment and performances, including some by the world’s biggest artists like Little Mix and The Chemical Brothers – what else would you expect from a UNESCO City of Music?
The Eden Project, Cornwall
Enjoy a gig like never before at the Eden Sessions. See world-class acts play in front of the Eden Project, the world’s biggest greenhouse. Beautiful biomes full of amazing flowers, waterfalls and trees create the perfect environment for live shows.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
Crowned the UK’s best live venue for three years in a row by Radio 1, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut has been a mainstay of Glasgow’s music scene for over two decades. Some of the world’s biggest bands have played on its iconic basement stage – plus, it’s a great place to party.
Concorde 2, Brighton
Described as “the perfect venue” by The Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, Concorde 2 is known as one of the UK’s best live scenes and nightclubs. Concorde 2 hosts a brilliant range of shows and has become a tour destination for bands across the UK.
Norwich Arts Centre
Norwich Arts Centre is the heart of Norwich’s artistic community, with wonderful shows ranging from live music to comedy, theatre performances and dance. Cultural, entertaining and enlightening, Norwich Arts Centre really does have something for everyone.
The Louisiana, Bristol
A real gem near Bristol’s bustling centre, The Louisiana is a family-run venue that prides itself on hosting a stage for homegrown talent as well as world-class bands. Look forward to intimate gigs and a real sense of community at this stylish venue.
Wilton's Music Hall, London
Relax and enjoy jazz, art and comedy at the oldest grand music hall in the world, Wilton’s Music Hall. It’s one of London’s most important buildings and only minutes away from the Tower of London and the Thames.