What are the best seats in the O2 Arena?
Once you’re in the tiers (for a gig with an end stage), the best (and most expensive) seats are either side of the arena in blocks 112 and 111, and 101 and 102. On the lower tier, the blocks furthest away are 104-109 (though 106/107 provide a thrilling straight-on view of the stage).
How do you get front row at the O2?
If you want to get to the front row I’d suggest getting to the venue a good hour before doors open and being prepared to queue. I used to do that quite a lot when I was younger (although now I prefer to chill out a bit further back with a beer). It can be good fun if you do it with some friends.
What is the O2 premium seating?
Discover premium seating at The O2 Includes reserved seating within the exclusive section, access to the private lounge bar and a food and drink voucher. Enjoy great seats with access to a private bar. Make your experience at The O2 unforgettable.
What does VIP tickets at the O2 mean?
Make your visit to The O2 Arena an occasion to remember with The O2 VIP tickets and hospitality experiences, granting you exclusive VIP access and premium seating in prime position for each amazing event at The O2.
How early should you get to a concert to get front row?
If you want to be in the front row, you need to get to the venue early. That’s right, early early. You’ll most likely have to get to the venue in the morning or early afternoon (depending on the popularity of the band). That means you’re going to be standing in line for a while.
How many hours before a concert should you get there?
As a rule of thumb, arriving 2 hours before the show starts is ideal. If you have reserved seats, showing up 15 minutes before the opening act is sufficient. Of course, we understand if certain situations prevent you from being there bright and early.
How long is Mamma Mia at The O2?
Over the course of more than four hours, you’ll enjoy a spectacular show, a four-course gourmet Mediterranean meal and a fabulous ABBA disco!
How do you survive the pit at a concert?
Try to place yourself behind someone shorter than you. If you’re on the taller end, be courteous to other concert-goers and look for a spot near the side or back of the crowd. Choose a spot near the front and center for a mosh pit experience.