Enjoy music events at the O2 Arena


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Enjoy music events at the O2 Arena

We might be right in the middle of festival season, but already some people may be lamenting a return to the normal order of things in September. There’s no need to despair though – just because the kids return to school and the nights draw in doesn’t mean you can’t still look forward to a whole load of fantastic music events over the next few months!

London‘s O2 Arena was recently voted the world’s most popular venue, and if you’ve ever been to the huge dome in the Docklands you’ll probably agree the accolade is well-deserved.

Capable of entertaining up to 23,000 attendees, the O2 is the port of call for many of the world’s biggest bands when their international tours pass through London, and you can get a great deal when you book your music events with Superbreak.

I’ve already talked about Ozzfest at the O2, which is sure to be a big hit with lovers of the dark side of music, but you’ll find plenty to satisfy all musical tastes in the arena’s diverse autumn schedule! From old favourites like Moody Blues in September and Jean Michel Jarre, Santana and Supertramp in October to the hottest new names in the music business, you won’t struggle to find a reason to take a London break this autumn!

You can buy tickets now for some of the most eagerly-anticipated gigs at the O2 that will be sure to sell out fast – like Colombian singing sensation Shakira on Monday 20th December. Also heading to the O2 this December are X Factor sensation JLS, performing the London leg of their first arena tour of the UK on 9th December, and both shows could be the perfect prelude to a Christmas break in the capital.

Next year is already set to be another great one for music events, with big names like Roxy Music, Plan B and the reformed Boyzone all coming to the world’s favourite music venue. Make sure you book early to look forward to a night to remember!

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