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9 Jan 2019

Our best year yet...

We’ve had another record year with 209 performances of music, comedy, sport and entertainment, with sell-out spectaculars from the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Pearl Jam and UFC, Country to Country’s sixth year and 10 years of the Nitto ATP Finals. In indigo at The O2, Ed Sheeran performed as part of War Child BRITs Week and Charlie Brooker’s Inside Black Mirror was a much-coveted ticket.

Michael McIntyre was awarded for his record breaking shows, the comedian first performed in 2009 and nine years later, marked his 28th headline performance, having sold over 409,238 tickets. The record was previously held by Take That.

When global pop sensations BTS revealed their only UK dates of 2018, it was the most popular announcement the venue has ever had. Their phenomenal impact led to two sold-out performances.

The first phase of ICON Outlet at The O2 opened bringing a premium shopping experience to the The O2 for the very first time. Find out more here.

We’ve also welcomed Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park and the announced that MAMMA MIA! The Party, an immersive theatrical dining experience, will be arriving at The O2 this year.

FIFA chose The O2 to host 2018’s eWorld Cup Final, which was streamed live to nearly 30 million viewers and broadcast on Sky Sports and was the very first major eSports event to be held in the arena.

We’ve got a brand new O2 Blueroom, especially for O2 customers to enjoy, plus a brand new coffee bar on Level 1 from Nescafé Azera.

Up at The O2 was graced by more famous faces, including George Ezra, Kevin Hart, Sandi Toksvig and Sheridan Smith. Climbers were kept fit with a HIIT class on the roof from The Body Coach and summertime yoga sessions.

What will 2019 have in store for The O2? Follow us to find out.