Located inside the O2 Arena, the Indigo is a top venue for music fans who prefer an intimate setting within which to appreciate their favourite performers. Indigo has hosted a diversity of acts, including Ed Sheeran, Jimmy Carr, Brian McKnight and Trevor Noah. Indigo at The O2 hosted An Audience With Bill Clinton, featuring the former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, in 2007. The following year, Indigo was the scene for the boot camp segments of the popular reality TV series, The X Factor. More than a concert venue, Indigo at The O2 converts into a private banquet hall or conference space and has been known to assume the identity of a vibrant 24-hour club. No longer eclipsed by the magnificent Millennium Dome that engulfs it, the Indigo has established itself as an independent entertainment scene. Get your tickets for Indigo events at StubHub today!
What is Indigo's seating capacity?
When set up as an auditorium for hosting concerts and other stage acts, the Indigo seats 2,750 visitors. Decked out for dining, Indigo seats 540. It can accommodate 1000 conference delegates.
What are the security policies and procedures at Indigo?
Indigo operates enhanced security checks so make sure to allow extra time. Finish any food and drink before entering the arena as you may not bring these in. Join the queue at the entrance indicated on your ticket. You won't need to remove shoes or belts but will need to place your phone and any metal objects into the tray provided before walking through the arc when requested. Bags larger than 35cm x 40cm 19cm may be left in a storage facility for a £10 charge, but you may not bring them in with you. You may not bring professional cameras into the arena.
Is there a dress code for Indigo concerts or shows?
There is no dress code for most events.
What are the food and drink facilities inside Indigo?
There are four bars and eight restaurants situated throughout the Indigo.
What is the history of Indigo and the Millennium Dome?
In a previous incarnation, the world famous tented structure served as the Millennium Dome, opening on the night of 31 December 1999 to welcome the New Millennium. Indigo was yet to become a gleam in its developer's eye. The Dome opens as an attraction for the entire year. The O2 opened its doors 24 June 2007.
How do you get to Indigo at The O2?
The arena is easily accessible by road, public transportation or bicycle. It is also pedestrian friendly. Or, if you really fancy pushing the boat out, you can arrive via water taxi. There is ample car parking for motorists, and North Greenwich Tube Station is immediately adjacent. Opposite is a bus station serving numerous local bus and coach lines. Abundant cycle racks are arranged outside the main O2 Arena.Back to Top