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Peninsula Square
SE10 0DX
+44 20 8463 2000


4 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Top 5 reviews of indigO2

4.0 out of 5 29 April 2014
by Pamela H.

I've walked past indigo2 so many times and not even noticed its here due to the overwhelming choice of chains around it and the main stadium, and after visiting it, I regret every time my eyes flicked past it.

Indigo2 is quite frankly FANTASTIC. It's a huge open space with a bar running around the whole back wall serving pretty much every drink you can think of, and even hot dogs. I haven't...more

4.0 out of 5 2 June 2011
by Chris O.

Went here for the first time last week to see Adam Ant in concert (am I showing my age? Yikes!).

It was fun (Mr Ant fell off the stage ... twice. Very rock 'n' roll). The sound and lighting were fantastic in my opinion (but it should be noted I rarely go out to see live shows these days). Bar staff seemed efficient enough for a packed house, and the overall vibe of Indigo was cool as well....more

4.0 out of 5 26 April 2011
by Rebecca B.

For anyone who was young in the late 80's will know the sound of London's very own group, Soul 2 Soul.

After hearing they were performing at IndigO2 at the O2, I jumped at the chance to go see Jazzie B spin a few discs.

It was a great evening, with lots of tunes (including Back to Life) that made me feel like a teenager all over again.

IndigO2 is one of the lesser known music venues...more

5.0 out of 5 21 October 2008
by ma0sm

This music venue is simply incredible. Every thing about it has been designed for being the perfect live music venue. The never ending bar lines the wall furthest from the stage. A spattering of seating sits between the bar and the sounddesk. A barrier separates the main floor from the back of the venue. The sound is breathtaking, which is something so rare these days with live music. The...more

4.0 out of 5 21 September 2008
by Timinator

I think the O2's greatest success is the extensive list of additional entertainments and venues collected under its dome. It's a lot more than just a 20,000-person stadium: it's a cinema and restaurants and bars, and also this 1700-ish capacity concert venue.

indigO2 has two levels: a flat floor with well-spaced rows of seats, and a large, steep balcony that has comfy arm-rested cup-enabled...more