Posted 15 Sep 2010
The O2 is one of London’s largest entertainment districts and has become the place to experience live music events since the site was reopened to the public in 2007. The O2 location actually contains three primary sections. The O2 area is the primary entertainment structure and has the capability of holding up to 23,000 spectators. The arena is supplemented with indigO2, a live music club with a capacity of over 2,000, and the O2 Bubble, which is the site’s permanent exhibition space. The O2 has exhibitions and live music events every month and September continues the tradition with the following events:

British Music Experience

The British Music Experience is a permanent exhibition at the O2 Bubble that can be viewed by visitors throughout all of September. The British Music Experience is a massive compilation of British music and its cultural impact from 1945 onwards. The exhibition is divided up into sections for each important era of British music. Each section contains visual and musical displays laden with authentic musical memorabilia. For September, The British Music Experience includes two additional events:

September 23rd – Evening with Pete Brown and friends - an evening with the poet, record producer and former member of the legendary band Cream.


The biggest metal tour of 2010 comes to the O2 Arena at 4:00 PM on Saturday, September 18th. Ozzfest will be headlined by the legendary Ozzy Osbourne, who will be accompanied by the following acts:

Korn Skindred Steel Panther Murderdolls

All of O2 will be engulfed in rock n' roll as the nearby London Piazza will contain fairground rides and stalls while Paradise Lost, Black Spiders, Revoker and Jettblack perform on the nearby Jagermeister Stage.

Additional Events

September will also feature other events in the O2 Arena. They include: September 22nd – Andre Rieu September 23rd and 24th – Russell Peters September 25th – The Moody Blues

Full the full listings of upcoming events in the O2 in September and October, go to the official O2 site.

If you are planning on attending any of these events at the O2 in London, why not check out our London hotels and our list of things to do in London.

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