20 June 2014
There’s a huge range of shows coming up at The O2 in the coming months and we’ve got the lowdown on the ones for which you can still grab seats. Robbie Williams tickets are still available for his latest tour in July and you can snap up Lee Evans tickets for his brand new show in September. American band, OneRepublic, are set to make their debut under the tent, while Ant and Dec take their Saturday Night Takeaway on a live arena tour with all kinds of stunts that you won’t want to miss. Read on for more…
OneRepublic – 22 October 2014
OneRepublic, whose hits include, Apologise, Stop and Stare and Counting Stars, will make their debut at The O2 later this year. Ryan Tedder says their new album, Native, is ‘…a very modern record, a snapshot of life in 2013. It’s so important to us that every album be an evolution, where we make these huge lateral movements with our sound and then from there write a bunch of great songs. It’s definitely a mother of a process, but it’s really the only way for us.’
Robbie Williams – 8 to 9 July
Let him entertain you. Robbie Williams is bringing his brand new show to The O2 next month. This tour follows the overwhelming response to Robbie’s one-off show at the London Palladium where he wowed the crowd performing hits from his latest album, Swings Both Ways. Described as “riotously entertaining” by The Guardian, these tickets won’t hang around for long.
Ant and Dec – 29 to 30 August 2014
Ant and Dec are taking the award-winning, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, on a national arena tour. They’ll be travelling the length and breadth of the country to give people the chance to experience the show live on stage. The boys promise their usual blend of crazy pranks, mind-boggling challenges and fantastic competitions. As always, you could be part of the show and with so many special guests planned this is one you won’t want to miss.
Lee Evans – 25 September 2014
Described by The Guardian as, ‘a master of large-scale comedy’, the multi-talented Lee Evans is coming back to The O2 for his biggest and most ambitious tour ever. Monsters combines Lee's unique manic energy and hilarious delivery with brand new side-splitting material. His last tour, Roadrunner, is still the fastest and biggest day-one selling UK comedy tour of all time. Don't miss your chance to watch, ‘the must-see comedy event of the autumn’.