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London O2 Arena

The London O2 Arena

The London O2 Arena, formerly known as Millennium Dome, was constructed to mark the beginning of new millennium, year 2000. The London O2, in its new avatar was opened to the public on 24th June 2007 with an opening concert by Bon Jovi. Anyone wanting to spend good quality entertainment time need to go to O2 Arena in London, a world of entertainment under one roof. It is the best entertainment venue including an international arena, a concert venue, a cinema, an exhibition centre, pizzas and restaurants, all built under a large dome. The wonderful atmosphere has taken into account of the current trend of expectations from both the performer and the audience.

The giant arena can accommodate up to 20,000 audiences at a time. Performances at the London O2 have perfect view from every angle and the acoustics is absolutely clear. It has been an absolute delight for spectators to enjoy the most sought after performances of Elton John, Prince, Justin Timberlake, The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Scissor Sisters and others. Audience enjoys the comfortable seats, wide passages between aisles along with the large variety of snack available during the show. The application of state of the art technology in regard to sound system and lighting is demonstrated at Indigo O2. It provides a cosier atmosphere with over 2,000 capacities. In November 2007 a new exhibition venue known as The O2 Bubble was opened. This fascinating exhibition reminisce the Tutankhamun's treasures which were displayed in 1972 when over 1.8 million visitors came to see the exhibition.

The London O2 arena can be converted into a sporting complex within a short time. It is the official partner of London to host the 2012 Olympic Games. The finals of the basketball and gymnastics events are slated to be held here. The O2 in London can be easily reached by Jubilee Line to North Greenwich tube station. The Jubilee Line is the only underground that easily connects with all other underground routes very easily. There is also a service every 15 minutes by High Speed Thames Clipper from Embankment, Waterloo, London Bridge, Greenwich, and Canary Wharf etc.

Visiting the O2 (formerly the Millennium Dome) London:

Address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX

Telephone: 020 8463 2000

Nearest Underground Stations: North Greenwich Tube (0 minutes)

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What's on at The London O2:
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
13th - 20th November 2016
The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in The O2 Arena London promise to be an ultimate competitive showdown this November as the official ATP World Champion Player of the Year will be crowned.
Elvis Presley On Stage Tour
Elvis Presley On Stage Tour
23rd Nov 2016
Elvis Presley Enterprises will celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll in Elvis Presley On Stage Tour 2016 at The O2 London.
Simply Red at London O2 Arena
Simply Red at London O2 Arena
27th Nov 2016
Simply Red at The O2 Arena London is your last chance to see Simply Red perform live before they retire from public life. Entitled 'Farewell', Simply Red's final tour in London is a big goodbye and thank you to their fans.
Disney On Ice
Disney On Ice
21st - 30th Dec '16
This Autumn Disney On Ice returns to Worlds Of Enchantment with more than 60 Disney characters at The O2 Arena London. Meet most loved Disney/Pixar's star Finding Nemo with other recognizable cartoon characters at Disney On Ice.
British Music Experience
British Music Experience
Everyday (11am - 7pm)
An interactive exhibition celebrating 60 years of British pop music with some of the legendary rock artists on the earth: British Music Experience in London O2 Bubble.
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Visit the O2 Arena in London for all the leisure & entertainment activities built under a large dome!