He'll be playing Twickenham Stadium in July.
Eminem has announced two huge London headline shows, taking to Twickenham Stadium on the 14 and 15 July 2018 as part of his worldwide Revival Tour.
He’ll be joined by main support artists 2 Chainz on the 14 July and Prophets of Rage on the 15 July. Royce 5’9″ and Boogie will support on both dates.
The news comes as a limited number of tickets are released for both the Saturday and Sunday shows at Twickenham Stadium.
The rapper will be celebrating the release of ninth studio album which arrived towards the end of 2017.
Eminem broke into the mainstream back in 1999 with his The Slim Shady LP, spawning hit songs such as My Name Is and Guilty Conscience with Dr Dre.
He has since achieved 25 Top 10 singles in the UK, topping the charts this year with his duet with Ed Sheeran, River.
Eminem has made a name for himself with his distinctive style of rap, helping to change the hip-hop landscape since the turn of the century. Albums such as The Eminem Show, Encore and Relapse have sold in their millions, certified platinum multiple times.
He’ll be bringing his award winning catalogue of hits to the UK for the first time since headlining Reading and Leeds Festival last year, and his first headline shows since dates at Wembley Stadium in 2014. Eminem was the first rapper to sell out the London venue, going on to play two sold out dates.
With 2 Chainz (14 July), Prophets of Rage (15 July), Royce 5’9″ (14 – 15 July) and Boogie (14 – 15 July) confirmed to support Eminem on his forthcoming dates, a strictly limited number of tickets have been released for both shows.
Further tickets for Eminem’s Twickenham Stadium are on sale now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.