What’s on at The O2 this November

Find out what's on at The O2 in East London this November


Kendrick Lamar

7-9 November

After stunning crowds with his powerful headlining Glastonbury performance earlier in the year, Kendrick Lamar brings his The Big Steppers Tour to The O2 Arena in East London for three nights. The x14 Grammy winner will be supported by his cousin and collaborator Baby Keem and Tanna Leone in what promises to be a memorable event for all in attendance. A Kendrick Lamar show is always value for money as the high-energy performances are matched by incredible concepts and production and this will be no different as he supports his critically acclaimed fifth studio album Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.

Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi

15 November

US rapper, producer and actor Kid Cudi will be bringing his ‘TO THE MOON WORLD TOUR’ to The O2 on Tuesday 15 November 2022 – his first appearance in the UK since 2009. Scott Mescudi, professionally known as Kid Cudi, is one of the pioneers of modern rap with his highly-influential Man on the Moon trilogy, successful collaborations with Kanye West and branching out to a variety of different genres. He has recently hinted that his future does not lie in music and has started to pursue different avenues such as acting, having starred in slasher ‘X’, and released his own cartoon ‘Entergalactic’ alongside his album by the same name. Reviews for shows in the US show that TO THE MOON is an exciting and enchanting night of rap made for the biggest of stages.

Florence and the Machine

Florence + The Machine

18 and 19 November

British indie-rock band Florence + The Machine will perform at The O2 for two nights in support of their fifth studio album Dance Fever, which was released in May. The band, fronted by Florence Welch, is critically acclaimed for big hits such as ‘Dog Days Are Over’ and ‘You’ve Got the Love’ which are guaranteed to get the audience dancing along, which is encouraged! They also have great range with slower and more tender songs like ‘Jenny of Oldstones.’ Another thing to keep an eye out for is lead Singer Florence Welch’s incredible outfits throughout the performance which is a spectacle in itself.

Tickets on sale here



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