Live music to return to London’s O2 this December

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Live music is set to return to London’s The O2 this December after nine months of coronavirus-enforced closure.

The 20,000-capacity arena will host a socially-distanced show on Saturday, December 5, headlined by Squeeze.

The venue’s capacity will be reduced from 20,000 to 4,700 for the show, and tickets will be sold in groups of two, three and four.

A one-way system will be in operation throughout the arena and entrances, while all separate groups of fans will have empty seats between them. Food and drink can also be pre-ordered via an app.

Tickets for the gig are on sale from 10am BST on Friday (October 9).

We're excited to announce that after 9 months without events, our first socially distanced gig will be held on 5 December 2020 with London band Squeeze
Find out what we’re doing to keep you safe here
Tickets on sale Friday 10am

— The O2 (@TheO2) October 5, 2020

After 9 months of quiet, live music is sorely missed by fans across the globe. Would you attend a socially distanced gig at London’s O2?

Reported By: Jessica Rowe