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Wembley Stadium Concerts

Putting The White Horse at the heart of your visit to Wembley

Please check out what happens on these special event days so you are fully set to make the most of your visit.

Opening hours

As a rule, we open from 12 noon for the main bar and for food. However, if there’s an early start to an event then we often open earlier too. Keep an eye on our social media for opening times.



The White Horse is a cashless venue. Card payments are accepted. 


Booking dining tables

Dining will be in our first-floor restaurant for groups of up to six people, for up to an hour and a half, and booking is recommended. You can book by selecting ‘stadium day dining’. Once confirmed, please keep your booking details to hand as we may need to check them on your arrival. Please ensure you have a full confirmation email for your booking, along with our T&Cs, as you may have been sent an acknowledgment email which is not a confirmation. To avoid the queues, the first-floor restaurant is usually accessed from a separate entrance, just look out for directions. Please note, we operate a 15 minute booking policy, after which we may need to release your table for other waiting customers.

Once your allotted time is up, you have a “free pass” to head straight into the main pub on the ground floor. Drinks aren’t allowed outside, so if you have unfinished drinks that you’d like to take through to the main pub, please let a team member know. If you are celebrating anything exciting on the day, even though we are busy, let us know in advance and we will try to make it a special occasion for you.


Menus on stadium days

In order to get you to your event on time with a full belly, we reduce our menu. It may take a little longer at peak times – so if you’re concerned about timings, please check with your server before placing your order. On Sundays, we may have roasts too – but availability will depend on how busy we get on the day.



To avoid accidents and speed up service, we often serve drinks in plastics on stadium days. We know this is not to everyone’s taste and we are currently working towards more sustainable options.


How to get here

We are directly opposite the OVO Wembley Arena, the Wembley Library and just to the right of the famous steps up to the Stadium itself so you shouldn’t struggle to find us. Wembley Park Tube station has both the Metropolitan and Jubilee tube lines. There is also the Chiltern Railway with the Wembley Stadium stop and Wembley Central which is a bit further away. If you are driving, please be aware that there is a £40 surcharge on top of the £2 hourly rate for the Red Car Park which is the nearest one to us and can be located by typing Royal Route into your sat. nav.


On arrival at The White Horse

Our friendly door staff need to carry out a few checks on stadium days. You may be asked for ID if you are lucky enough to look younger than 25. You might be asked to open your bag for a quick bag search. Please do not attempt to bring in any of your own drinks or food. It goes without saying that we have a zero tolerance for drugs too.


Accessible toilets and lift

When booking a dining table, please let us know if you need to use the lift and/or the accessible toilet. We will endeavour to seat you closer to the lift and at a table that is suited to a wheelchair if you let us know you use one.


No drinking in Wembley Park

You will hear announcements and see signs throughout Wembley Park warning you that drinking is not permitted on the streets. Please understand that we are not allowed to let you leave our venue with an alcoholic drink, even if it’s in a can or a plastic glass. You could receive an on-the-spot fine of £100 so please give yourself time to drink up before you walk out the door.


Outdoors and smoking areas

Accessed only through the pub, and sometimes with its own little bar on sunny days, our garden is where you can go to smoke outside with your drink. We close the garden at 9.30pm so if you are with us at that time, and wish to smoke, you will need to leave your drink inside and use the designated smoking area in the terrace at the front of the pub. Due to our licence, we need to control the number of guests using the garden so there may be occasions where you are asked to queue to get through to that area.



We LOVE dogs but please think twice about bringing your four-legged friend to The White Horse on a stadium day as it can be enormously busy and very loud and we wouldn’t want any paws being stepped on. If you are booking a dining table, please let us know if you are planning on bringing your dog and we will do our best to seat you in a quieter area although we cannot guarantee this.


Children (under 18s)

Children are always welcome with parents or responsible adults over the age of 25. Please note that it can be a loud and very busy place on stadium days. Subject to change, we typically allow children under the age of 18 in the pub until 8pm. Please be aware that we do not allow anyone under the age of 18 to consume alcohol even if partaking in a meal. We have a children’s menu suitable for young children up to the age of around eight.


Wembley bag restrictions

Wembley has restrictions on the size of bag you can take in so make sure you check these before your visit -

We cannot hold your bag for security reasons and any left bags may be handed to the police. There is a bag drop facility, for a fee, at the nearby Ibis Hotel. Premier Inn’s reception team will sometimes take a bag too if they have room or you can book in advance via


Lost Property

If you think you have left something at The White Horse by mistake then please give us a call on 020 8237 8037 in working hours or drop us an email at with a clear description of what you are missing, your contact details and where you think it may have been left and we will check for you. Please note that bags left at the venue are usually handed to the police for security reasons.


Please note, all of the above is subject to change. Due to often having more than 90,000 people in very close proximity to the venue, we may occasionally have to make dynamic changes to menus, our opening times and other areas of the business. Please keep an eye on our social media channels if you are planning to visit on a stadium day and we will do our best to keep you informed.