There was be music galore along the route on race day.
The LLHM 2023 welcomed the following incredible music acts:
Winners of the 2016 Notting Hill Carnival samba category, Batala London are firm favourites of the LLHM.
Under Waterloo Bridge, Miles 1.9 and 11.6
London Gay Men's Chorus
The London Gay Men's Chorus Ensemble returned to the London Landmarks Half Marathon with their trademark sparkling harmonies and even sparklier choralography. Fresh from their sellout show, 'Homo Alone', the boys from Britain's Biggest Boyband sang this year's runners on their way in style.
Queen Stage Mile 8
The Entertainers Steel Band
The UK's first steel band, The Entertainers Steel Band, were established in 1964 and are still going strong. Having previously performed at the London Olympics and BBC Radio London we are proud to have them perform at the LLHM 2023.
Embankment/Westminster Bridge, Mile 12
Bar Salsa DJ
Runners enjoyed toe-tapping dance tunes with our DJ outside Bar Salsa Temple.
Embankment, Mile 11.3
The world's largest, contemporary choir, Rock Choir brought their infectious sparkle to the event.
Guildhall Yard , Mile 6.2
International Gospel Choir
The award-winning London International Gospel Choir is one of the largest open community choirs in town. The name represents the fantastic mixing pot of people that London is, who celebrate this diversity in a welcoming and fun environment.
The choir is unauditioned and provides members the ongoing opportunity to train their vocal, theoretical and performance skills. This allows the ensemble to deliver the best performances every time, with soaring solos, powerful harmonies, and mesmerising soundscapes. Having created a reputation for quality and energetic performances, the choir has had various high-profile appearances for the Mayor of London, stadium tours with Take That, Hugh Jackman, Rugby World Cup, and more...
Royal Courts of Justice, Mile 6
London Show Choir
London Show Choir celebrate the worlds of musical theatre, jazz, gospel and classical music, and are becoming increasingly recognised for their outstanding, ardent performances across London's musical landscape and beyond.
Highlights include touring with Kerry Ellis and Russell Watson, recording at Abbey Road Studios' iconic Studio 1 and regularly collaborating with guest artists from stage and screen, including Hugh Maynard, Brenda Edwards and Cassidy Janson.
Aldwych/Melbourne Place, Mile 2.1
The Pantasy Steel Band
The Pantasy Steel Band's music is a good mix of some traditional Caribbean Music through to more upbeat repertoire which is often more recognisable and includes steel pan arrangements of well known songs by artists such as Bob Marley and UB40.
Embankment/Carmelite Street, Miles 2.8 and 10.9
Founded in 2013, SOUND are the freshest contemporary vocal group to come out of London, uniting talented individuals from across the capital to sing pop, jazz and soul to the best standard, while giving a spotlight to music from some of the most exciting composers and arrangers from the international choral scene.
SOUND has wowed audiences across the UK, performed at venues including The Southbank Centre, The Roundhouse and London A Cappella Festival, appearing alongside artists such as The Swingles and toured with stars from Strictly Come Dancing. Our repertoire is contemporary, diverse, classic and eclectic and there's always something in the mix for everyone!
King Stage, Mile 6
The Pink Singers
The Pink Singers are an LGBTQ+ community choir based in London. Formed in 1983 for the Lesbian & Gay Pride march, they have grown to become a 110 strong group of amateur singers who come together to sing, perform and campaign for their community.
Strand Stage, Mile 2.2
The Rave Tunnel - Big Locker Hire
Our Rave Tunnel DJ Truck had runners grooving on the route!
Puddledock, Miles 3 and 10.8