Wembley Stadium hosted almost one million spectators during a record summer season for music concerts.
The London arena welcomed 900,000 fans through its turnstiles for 14 concerts featuring 38 acts between K-Pop sensations BTS in early June and rock legends The Who last weekend.
The Spice Girls were the biggest draw, enticing 240,000 fans for their three concerts at the end of their 13-show British tour.
BTS kicked the summer season off with two sold out shows on June 1-2, as part of their ‘Love Yourself World Tour’. Huge numbers also watched from around the world via a live stream.
The following weekend Wembley welcomed the Capital Summertime Ball with 19 different acts performing, including Calvin Harris and Jess Glynne.
Grammy award winning Fleetwood Mac played two nights before Wembley welcomed American music legends, Bon Jovi, Billy Joel and the Eagles for three special concert nights across just one weekend.
US singer P!nk played two shows before British rock band The Who rounded off the summer concert season on July 6.
James Taylor, Wembley’s senior commercial manager for concerts, said “It’s been another incredible summer of music at Wembley Stadium.
“We are privileged to have hosted such a diverse set of artists and to have welcome thousands of fans into the national stadium. We must also thank the stadium team who have worked tirelessly to adapt the venue to suit varying needs.
“We look forward to another exciting summer of music next year.”