Capital Summertime Ball: How much are 2023 tickets and who is headlining?

Everything we know so far

a long shot of the Capital Summertime Ball at Wembley Arena in 2010

Want to get your hands on some Capital Summertime Ball tickets for 2023? Our handy guide shares details on dates, potential ticket costs and more.

It returned in 2022 to much fanfare - after 2 years off due to coronavirus restrictions. And we're pleased to say that Capital Summertime Ball is coming back in 2023, with no doubt more brilliant performers ready to entertain listeners in person.

Much like the annual BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend tickets - many are keen for details on how to attend this year's hottest music show. Taking place on June 11, 2023 at Wembley Stadium, there's over 80,000 tickets up for grabs. And we've shared all the important details on how to get yours.

When do Capital Summertime Ball 2022 tickets go on sale?

Capital Summertime Ball 2023 tickets go on general sale on Tuesday 25 April at 9am on Global Player. But fans who sign up for exclusive early-access on the app can get their tickets via the pre-sale - which takes place a day prior on Monday 24 April at 9am.

Last year, Barclaycard customers got exclusive access to the Monday presale and received 10% off the ticket price - because the bank was the official sponsor for 2022. Barclaycard are the confirmed sponsor for 2023 too, though we're waiting to hear if the same offer is available again for tickets this year.

Global Player is the only place where fans will be able to get their hands on tickets. So it's important you download the ticketing app ahead of time to avoid disappointment. Iphone users can download it via the Apple appstore, whilst Android users can get it via GooglePlay.

How much are Capital Summertime Ball tickets?

Ticket prices for 2023 have yet to be announced, but it's thought they'll cost much the same as in previous years. In 2022, there were five different ticket options starting from £55.99 and going up to £106.39. 

There's also an option to buy tickets with a hospitality package which will cost more but have added exclusive benefits.

2019 Capital Summertime Ball ticket prices:

2022 Capital Summertime Ball ticket prices:

  • £55.99 - Level 5 seats C
  • £61.59 - Level 5 seats B
  • £72.99 - Level 5 seats A
  • £72.99 - Level 1 seats C
  • £106.39 - Level 2 seats A

There'll be 80,000 tickets up for grab in total. Doors will open at Midday, with the ball starting at 2pm and going on to around 10pm at night.

We'll know and confirm the official prices when tickets go on pre-sale on Monday.

How old do you have to be to go to Summertime Ball?

You have to be aged 14 and over to attend the Summertime Ball by yourself. Otherwise children aged under 14 must be accompanied by an adult aged over 18, who is responsible for their welfare during the event.

There's also restrictions on kids who are aged under 12 too. "Children under 12 are not permitted in standing areas which includes the Pitch," reads a statement on the Wembley Stadium website.

Capital have also confirmed that anyone aged 5 and under are not permitted to attend.

Capital Summertime Ball 2023: line-up

Capital have yet to confirm the line-up for the Summertime Ball 2023. They've confirmed that presenters Roman Kemp, Sian Welby and Chris Stark will announcing artists performing from 7am on Monday 24 and Tuesday 25 April live on their breakfast radio show.

The concert usually attracts some big name talent, with last year's Summertime Ball featuring popular artists like Harry Styles and Ed Sheeran.

2022 Capital Summertime Ball line-up

  • Harry Styles
  • Ed Sheeran
  • David Guetta
  • Becky Hill
  • George Ezra
  • Anne-Marie
  • Aitch
  • KSI
  • Sigala
  • Gayle
  • Arrdee
  • Eddie Benjamin

We'll be sharing further details of the 2023 Capital Summertime Ball line-up when they become available.

Where to watch Capital Summertime Ball:

Last year, Capital livestreamed the Ball on Global Player for those who were unable to attend or get tickets. It's thought they'll do the same livestream this year.

On their FAQ page they wrote: "Deets for this year’s livestream will be coming very soon."

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