2024 F1 Silverstone Concert Lineup, Schedule, Stages & Tickets

Alex Gassman

by Alex Gassman

Silverstone Grand Prix concert lineup

The headliners and DJs performing at this year’s Silverstone British Grand Prix have been announced.

This pages contains the music lineup, set list, timings and information on stages and tickets for the artists performing at the Formula 1.


Silverstone concerts

The 2024 British Grand Prix takes place from Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July. See the full Silverstone F1 schedule for more detailed timings for the racing.

Whilst there’s no on-track action on the Thursday, Silverstone is also hosting an opening concert on the Thursday evening.

Below are the headline performers and DJs that have so far been announced as playing across the Grand Prix weekend.

Silverstone F1 Grand Prix Concert Lineup & Timetable 2024
Date Artist Set Time Stage
Thursday 4 July 2024
Opening Concert
Kings of Leon TBC Main Stage
Self Esteem TBC Main Stage
Altego TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Friday 5 July 2024 Stormzy TBC Main Stage
Joel Corry TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Saturday 6 July 2024 Pete Tong TBC Main Stage
Nathan Dawe TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Sunday 7 July 2024 Rudimental TBC Main Stage
Majestic TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Alex Mills TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Sweet Female Atitude TBC Mahiki Enclosure
Nono TBC Mahiki Enclosure

The exact timings for each artist taking to the stage at Silverstone are still TBC. Once they’re confirmed this table will be updated.

Concert stages

The music performances will take place in two main locations during the Silverstone F1 weekend.

The headline artists, including those playing at the opening concert, will be performing on the main stage that’s adjacent to the Wellington Straight and is the Concert Zone.

The main stage is also where the majority of the Silverstone driver interviews will take place over the weekend.

The DJs playing at the Mahiki Afterparties will be doing so in the Mahiki Enclosure. That’s in the same zone, halfway between Luffield (Turn 7) and Abbey (Turn 1) at Silverstone.

Music / set timings

The headline artists will be performing after the final Formula 1 on-track action has finished each day at Silverstone. 

Usually the music will start around an hour after the F1 is planned to end, but any delays to the motorsport will be likely to have a knock-on effect on the start of the performances.

The only exception to this will be the Silverstone Opening Concert. As that’s on Thursday, when there’s no on-track action, the music is likely to start on time.

Concert tickets

Opening concert

To access the opening party on Thursday evening, you need to have either a 4-day weekend ticket, or a specific Thursday ticket, in either general admission, grandstand or hospitality / VIP areas for the British Grand Prix.

A 3-day weekend ticket will not get you access to Silverstone’s opening concerts on Thursday.

Main stage during the weekend

To access any of the concerts on the main stage, you must have either a general admission, grandstand or VIP ticket that gets you access to the circuit for the given day.

Mahiki After Parties

To access the Mahiki Enclosure for the DJs playing at the Mahiki After Parties, you need to either:

  • Have tickets for access to the Mahiki T1 or Mahiki VIP enclosures
  • Purchase separate Mahiki After Party tickets 

Anyone with any kind of Grand Prix ticket can add the separate Mahiki After Party tickets to their order. The costs for these vary from day to day, but the starting prices are as follows:

  • Thursday – £45
  • Friday – £55
  • Saturday – £80
  • Sunday – £65

Gates and access

The crowds in front of the main stage at the end of each day can be huge. If you’re watching the F1 from the other side of the track but want to be near the front of the stage, you’ll need to try and get to the stage at least 30 minutes before the on-track action finishes.

If you’re coming from outside the circut, the main stage and Mahiki enclosure are most easily access through the main entrance gate, gate 19. But the other gets will also be open, you just might need to walk further within the circuit.

See my full guide to the Silverstone Entrance Gates for more information.

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Alex Gassman

I‘m Alex. I write F1 and motorsport travel guides based on my experience as racing driver and full-time motorsport nerd. I’ve traveled the world watching F1 and other racing series.

I started oversteer48 with the aim of helping other motorsport fans who are planning on watching some racing themselves.

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