Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

30 Sep / 2021

We note the current guidelines and legislation from the UK Government and are temporarily closed.

We are currently liaising with promoters and event organisers to reschedule affected events. Please see below for a list of the confirmed status of events and further postponements or cancellation updates will be added in due course. Ticket holders and guests of any events that are postponed or cancelled will be contacted directly. 

Please also check back on the dedicated event pages on our website regularly for the most up to date information related to them.

You can also find out what we are doing to keep you safe when we reopen HERE.

Thank you for your continued understanding and support during these extraordinary times.

Confirmed changes to the events calendar are as follows:

Postponed


ATEEZ – 20 March 2020 | Postponed with new date TBA
Shreya Ghoshal – 21 March 2020 | Postponed, new rescheduled date TBA

Simple Minds - 17 April 2020 was then postponed to 12 August 2021 | Now rescheduled to 31 March 2022
Parkway Drive – 18 April 2020 was then postponed to 18 April 2021 | Postponed with new date TBA
André Rieu - 24, 25 April 2020 was then postponed to 15, 16 September 2020 and then to 15, 16 April 2021  | Rescheduled to 20, 21 May 2022

Bon Iver - 26 April 2020 was then postponed to 1 November 2021 with additional show on 2 November 2021 | Rescheduled to 25 + 26 October 2022

5 Seconds of Summer - 14 May was then postponed to 9 April 2021 | Rescheduled to 6 April 2022
RuPaul's Drag Race: Werq the World Tour 2020 – 15 May 2020 was then postponed to 19 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 22 May 2022
Arijit Singh - 18 July 2020 was then postponed to 28 August 2021 | Rescheduled to 2 May 2022

Paw Patrol Live! Race to the Rescue - 15 and 16 August 2020 was then postponed to 31 August 2021 | Rescheduled to 3 September 2022

Joe Hisaishi Symphonic Concert: Music from the Studio Ghibli Films of Hayao Miyazaki - 18 & 19 September 2020 was then postponed to 6 & 7 August 2021  | Rescheduled to 5 & 6 August 2022

Ehrlich Brothers - 26 September 2020 was then postponed to 4 September 2021 | Rescheduled to 13 August 2022

Neha Kakkar - 27 September 2020 was then postponed to  7 November 2021 | Rescheduled to 28 August 2022

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott: A Free Concert For NHS Workers 15 October 2020 was then postponed to 26 April 2021 | Rescheduled to 13 October 2021

Rick Astley - 1 November 2020 was then postponed to 18 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 8 November 2021

a-ha - 14 November 2020 was then postponed to 14 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 27 May 2022 

Ricky Gervais - 20 November 2020 | Rescheduled to 19 November 2021
Thunder - 21 November 2020 was then postponed to 5 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 28 May 2022

The Dualers - 28 November 2020 was then postponed to 25 September 2021 | Rescheduled to Saturday 14th May 2022

Christmas with Il Divo - 12 December 2020 | Rescheduled to 17 December 2021
UB40 - 17 December 2020 was then postponed to 21 March 2021 | Rescheduled to 12 December 2021
Nightwish - 18 December 2020 was then postponed to 2 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 13 December 2021
Camelphat - 17 April 2021 | Rescheduled to 9 April 2022
Naira Marley - 10 April 2021 | Postponed with new date TBA
Headie One - 8 May 2021 | Rescheduled to 27 November 2021

Indian Ido 12 - 28 August 2021 | Rescheduled 29 August 2021

Harlem Globetrotters - 26 September 2021 | Rescheduled to 9 October 2022

KISS Haunted House Party - 29 October 2021  | Rescheduled to 29 October 2022
Professor Brian Cox - 30 October 2021 | Rescheduled to 28 September 2022


Cancelled


Overwatch League: London Spitfire Homestand – 28 & 29 March 2020 | Cancelled
Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival – 2, 3, 4, 5 April 2020 | Cancelled

The Who – 8 April 2020 was then postpined to 22 March 2021 | Cancelled

Bellator - 16 May 2020 | Cancelled
Adam Lambert - 1 September 2020 | Cancelled

Niall Horan - 22 October 2020 | Cancelled
Nickelodeon SLIMEFEST - 26 October 2020 | Cancelled
MOBO Awards - 12 November 2020 | Cancelled

Comic Relief - 23 April 2020 was then postponed to 10 February 2022 | Cancelled
 

AXS Booking Lines


Following government advice concerning the outbreak of the Coronavirus, AXS have had to close our contact centre offices for a period of quarantine. 

Due to this, their phone-lines are now temporarily closed. You can contact them through the following channels.

• Through our ‘Live Chat’ function in the help section of our website. To locate this, please go to axs.com/uk, travel to the bottom of the website and click on the Help Centre link.
• Through the AXS social media channels – Twitter and Facebook. Please search for AXS UK. 
• By email through the ‘Contact Us’ section of axs.com/uk – please click on contact us button, then on the email link and submit a request. 

They will be available during our regular opening hours, which are: 

• Monday to Friday, 9am – 5.30pm.