The O2 Arena
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- 98%Nightlife Lovers
- 83%Local Culture
- 83%Business Travelers
- 67%Family Travelers
- 51%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (29)
- The O2 ArenaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Dec 15, 2013
Great big budget music venue. Saw a great Snow Patrol concert here back in 2012. Terrific venue if a bit hard to get to. Lots of good restaurants and bars though so you can stay local.
- The O2 ArenaNov 22, 2013
Still love the venue, easy to get to etc etc but please, please, please do something about the food prices inside the arena. They are way way overpriced for what amounts to very simple and average quality food. £6.50 for a hot dog is too much!
- The O2 ArenaMember ofFamily TravelersNightlife LoversArt & Design LoversApr 02, 2013
More bars and restaurants than you can imagine, there is also have a cinema and there events held regularly such as concerts, exhibitions and sports. Highly recommend hitting gaucho on the way in. I used to live about a 5 minute walk from here and loved it.
- The O2 ArenaDec 10, 2012
The O2 has a lot of really great restaurants and other venues in it, but as a concert venue, I would be wary about buying tickets in the seats. It really depends on what you're going to see. When I bought tickets at the O2, it was to see a metal band and previous to that, I had always been closer to the front at concerts. Sitting in the seats to see the band felt really awkward and detached. I would definitely recommend that if you're used to going to concerts and really feeling involved in the experience, get a standing seat or just don't bother. I paid about £40-50 for my ticket and it almost didn't really seem worth it.
- The O2 ArenaJul 20, 2012
Not the best place in the world to see a concert, difficult to get to and even harder to leave. Unless it's something you really want to see, go to smaller venues like Barfly, Electric Ballroom, Shepherd's Bush Empire, Brixton Academy and the Roundhouse.
- The O2 ArenaFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Successful conversion of the white elephant Greenwich Dome into a super concert and events venue. Myriad of places to eat inside before or after a show (just expect a wait) and great transport connections (try the boat!) make it a super venue.
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Aliases: North Greenwich Arena, London Olympics, London 2012, Olympic gymnastics, Olympic basketball finals