Sleek and futuristic, this dome-shaped theatre entices your eardrums with piercing acoustics and vibrating big-crowd energy. Watch your favourite performers or athletes get revved up by the electric aura of this enormous space. Only at the O2 arena!
Be it basketball or boxing, the O2 arena accommodates a variety of premier sport and cultural events. Or instead, maybe you fancy a concert? See Madonna perform live, glowing with her magnetic and sensual stagecraft! Or how about some standup? Micheal McIntyre and Peter Kay, two of Britain’s top-star comedians, will be headliners for a hilarious night of laugh-till-you-cry moments.
The O2 arena is also home to the Brit Awards! Compliments of our hospitality package, this excursion includes gourmet dining options and a divine selection of delicious cocktails for that extra touch of sparkle. Do it ICE style with VIP entertainment.
The O2 Arena, also known as the North Greenwich Arena, is located in the Greenwich peninsula in London. With a seating capacity of up to 20,000 people, it's one of the largest indoor arenas in Europe and the ultimate party spot for epic music and exhilarating sporting events - it's definitely the place to be for live events
Arriving at the O2 Arena by train is a breeze. All you must do is take the Jubilee line on the London Underground and hop off at North Greenwich station (which is conveniently linked to the O2 Arena). If you're coming from London Bridge or Canary Wharf, simply transfer to the Jubilee line for a quick and easy journey.
The O2 Arena was built in the late 1990s with construction first starting in 1997. The venue officially opened to the public on December 31st, 1999, and was called the Millennium Dome.
The O2 Arena, found in London, was originally called the Millennium Dome as it was built in the late 90s to celebrate the arrival of 2000! What a way to celebrate a new year!