The Royal Hospital Chelsea, London

West London has long been a hub of creativity, the epicentre for style and home to the fashion-forward. In the 1960’s and 70’s the King’s Road dominated the London music scene with mods and rockers, hippies and punks flocking to its boutique shops and happening hang outs.

Sandwiched between the river and bustle of King’s Road, the Royal Hospital Chelsea has provided sanctuary for veterans since its inception more than 300 years ago. Commissioned by King Charles II and designed by Sir Christopher Wren the stunning buildings and grounds are home to ex-servicemen and women, warmly known as the Chelsea Pensioners.

Following recent, extensive improvements to the residential accommodation, the Royal Hospital Chelsea is determined to move with the times and has opened its grounds to a variety of musical acts, forming the Live at Chelsea Concert Series.

Live at Chelsea has so far seen the below headliners take the stage:

Rufus Wainwright
Damien Rice
Alison Moyet

Simply Red
Wet Wet Wet
Chelsea Fireworks Prom

Belle & Sebastien
Ludovico Einaudi
Chelsea Fireworks Prom

Andrew Lloyd Webber – Music Celebration
James Blunt
Jeff Beck
Kaiser Chiefs

Gipsy Kings
Tom Jones