Revel in nostalgia over at Ronnie Scotts, as Benoit Viellefon are set to head onto the Soho club's stage for a couple nights of vintage jazz. The band specialise in music made popular in the 1930s Paris, including songs from Louis Armstrong and Django Reinhardt.
Music Events in London
Bursting with talent and home to world-famous concert halls, the capital is a hotbed of electric energy and quavering beats. Whether you're looking to discover new sounds, dance to your favourite hits from a tribute band or shimmy to jazz tunes at an immersive shindig, we've got just the thing to keep you rock and rolling all night with our pick of the ultimate music events in London.
Between The Bridges is the new pop-up bringing some iconic names to the South Bank. Head over on Friday and Saturday nights where you'll see DJ heavyweights such as Gilles Peterson, Erol Alkan and Normal Jay mixing with the most exciting selectors on the scene - think Grainger, Nabihah Iqbal and Faro.
If you're looking for fun things to do in West London, The Prince is turning up the temperature with its summer heat edition of famous first words. What to expect/ Tim & Gendle on the decks, thumping out steamy, sunshine tunes which you'll need to sing along to.
If you're in the mood for a late-night party in East London, then try out Rolling Stock's Feel Good Fridays. A great way to see off the week, this event sees a fabulous load of DJs thumping out cracking disco, house and garage bangers. Plus, there will be happy hour drinks and chicken wings on the go.
Over at one of South London's best jazz bars, Toulouse Lautrec, Judith Charron & Friends are gracing the stage for an impressive evening of musical prowess. She'll be singing an eclectic range of songs, offering a distinctive Parisian style with authentic emotion.
Dig out your flapper dresses and dust off your top hats for an immersive night of 20s-themed entertainment. Alongside swoon-worthy interiors and dazzling cabaret performers, there'll be heady libations and live jazz to foxtrot to.
Head over to Soho where The Phoenix Arts Club is bringing you a wealth of unique London music events. Bringing together the stars of the West End, the bar and performance space promises musical theatre madness and saucy cabaret shows.
If your ears are in need of a treat, then book yourself a spot on this Silent Sounds Boat Party. You'll get a pair of headphones that offer you tunes from different DJs, spanning disco classics, party anthems and hardcore house.
Playing host to some of the best music acts in the country, Boisdale of Canary Wharf sees all sorts of big names through its door. From Sunday sessions and soul events to live sets from Jools Holland and co, this place has got a jam-packed season.
Discover some new sounds at Kindred's open mic night. The Hammersmith members club is also hosting a range of other events, including DJ sets from big names on the music circuit to spoken word evenings that'll send tingles up you spine.
If you fancy treating your ears this week, then make your way over to Angel and visit Bubba Oasis. They host Live Sessions on Tuesdays and Sundays, whereas Saturdays were made for their Soulful shows. Head their way for grub, cocktails and great tunes.
Sometimes a music event is just what is needed, so be sure to check out SpiceJazz Soho at The Spice of Life pub for some top-notch entertainment. Enjoy watching some amazing stars from the likes of Meg Bird, alongside some glorious drinks and nibbles.
Offering some of the best music events in London, A Night Of is paying tribute to a few of history's most influential acts and iconic genres. Camden's Jazz Cafe will be welcoming in a range of singers and musicians to perform and wow you.
Coupette not only knows how to nail a cocktail but is boasting some of the best music nights in London. Bringing a taste of France to Bethnal Green, you can experience culture, hand-crafted drinks while enjoying some fabulous live music.
Get your fix of live music with an evening with Soul Supper at 26 Leake Street. Throughout the night you'll be treated to a welcome drink and a two-course meal, before watching an incredible group belting out classics from Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Aretha Franklin and other Motown artists.
If you're on the hunt for the best live music events in West London, look no further than Ealing beauty Drayton Court Hotel, as they've got entertainment every Thursday. Plus, with jazz quartets, rock bands, acoustic showcases and more on in the past, you can be sure to find something you'll love.
One of London's hottest music events going, the Garage Supper Club is providing you with a new way to enjoy dinner and a show. Alongside three courses of delicious food, you'll be serenaded by a live band playing a soundtrack of garage classics.
Combining live musical anthems with two delicious courses, The Greatest Brunch are adding a little drama to your weekends. The theatre fanatics are teaming up with the West End's finest to bring you live tableside performances while you sip on an hour of bottomless fizz.
If you're searching for a first-class music event in the city, then Dusk at Pergola Paraíso is a firm choice. Located at the much-loved Pergola Paddington, this hotspot will be home to non-stop live music, dancing and plenty of thirst-quenching bevvies.
If you're searching for some of the best music events in Marylebone, then The Perseverance will be your new spot. Enjoy their fabulous range of jazz events in their cocktail space while enjoying some nibbles and a few glasses of bubbly.
Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club is a hotspot for live music in London. Venture over to the Elephant and Castle haunt for the chance to catch an exceptional array of performers and events, including brilliant bands, quirky cabaret sessions and a special performance from pianist Alberto L. Ferro.
Searching for bank holiday events in June? Head to 100 Wardour Street for an epic evening of tunes, food, and drinks. Munch on two cracking courses and then get ready to jam out to the likes of Billy Cocks and a live band from Soul Serious.
Taking place at the 100 Club in the West End, Down for the Count Big Band is bringing music from the likes of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Chick Webb and Fletcher Henderson. Feeling the swing vibes? Grab a partner and you can Lindy hop the evening away.