The Royal Hospital Chelsea was founded in 1682 by King Charles II, and is home to the Chelsea Pensioners – 300 retired soldiers who welcome 20,000 music fans into the beautiful grounds each year as part of the Live At Chelsea Concert Series.
The venue is becoming one of the most idyllic and beautiful live music settings in London for fans of all ages, and has previously seen Alison Moyet, Damien Rice and Rufus Wainwright entertain audiences – as well as the Chelsea Pensioners themselves in it’s immersive surroundings.
Belle & Sebastian
Belle & Sebastian, the legendary indie-pop band, have announced a huge show in the most uniquely charming of settings, London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea, kicking off the summer of 2017 as part of the Live At Chelsea Concert Series.
Due to phenomenal demand, a second Ludovico Einaudi date has been added to the Live at Chelsea concert series. The boundary breaking composer and pianist, Ludovico Einaudi, will bring his unique musicianship to the most cinematic of settings, the grounds of London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea, as part of the Live At Chelsea Concert Series, on Saturday 17th June and Sunday 18th June, 2017.