Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital Chelsea, in partnership with Kilimanjaro, is proud to announce the return of our very special Live at Chelsea concert series within the historic home of the Chelsea Pensioners. Following a two-year hiatus due to COVID, we're delighted to announce the current line-up for the 2022 series.

This year's concerts are as follows:

  • Wednesday 15th June 2022 - Sir Tom Jones
  • Thursday 16th June 2022 - Max Richter
  • Saturday 18th June 2022 - Simply Red
  • Sunday 19th June 2022 - Paul Weller


Please note the Olly Murs performance scheduled for Friday 17th June has been cancelled - please see the below statement.


* UPDATE 25/02/22* 

It promised to be one of the highlights of the summer but unfortunately Olly Murs has been forced to cancel his summer UK tour due to unavoidable knee surgery - including his date at Live at Chelsea. 

The successful operation took place today and Olly has to now spend the next six months in rehab for his knee.

“I am absolutely gutted to have to cancel my summer tour this year, but unfortunately I’ve had to have new major knee surgery. I’m devastated I won’t be performing these shows, and can only apologise for any inconvenience caused. Rest assured I will be fighting fit for new music later this year!” 

Refunds will be available from your point of purchase, and please keep an eye out for any emails from your ticketing agent.

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