as a music, fan I'm a regular here fantastic music venue. the indigo is also amazing good variety of restaurants though it can be busy when there is a gig on then....book in advance with the shopping there now it is a great plcae to go
Security check in process took an hour. Got there at 6.30 doors opening and only just made it to our seats when the support band came on at 7.30 to a mainly empty auditorium. Seats in 400 blocks are very high and very steep. My wife clapsed into her seat after we had made it up row J and felt ill for the whole concert. Several others around us were helped out due to feeling ill. When booking tickets the O2 should really make you aware these seats are not suitable for anyone who easily gets dizzy and they should also open the doors earlier in view of the entrance security.
People with walking difficulties should be advised that 1 entrance in to the o2 is all there is and you must walk around inside to get to your seats no mobility assistance was available as far as I know
Great arena, simply stunning place. Bit of a walk to get to different entrances, just try not to be sucked into the shops along the way! Sat high up in the arena for a tennis match and had no issues with the view at all, very good viewing
Plenty to do if your attending a show. If you are thinking about having a meal before a show or concert please take the Arena into consideration. Plenty of options and also a little shopping if you want to take a stroll.
Be aware the bars can be quite expensive we paid £6 a pint in one of them. If you are going to a concert and want to buy merch get there early as the cue was massive we waited in line for 20 min with no movement.... got bored went to bar 🤘