The O2 Arena is set to reopen today following damages caused by Storm Eunice last Friday.
The O2 Arena had its roof torn off by Storm Eunice last Friday, and despite damages still not being fully repaired, performers are set to return to the stage today.
The shows at the O2 Arena have been rescheduled for the 28th of February and the 1st of March, and the shows in Newcastle and Glasgow have moved to Saturday 5th of March (Newcastle) and Monday 7th of March (Glasgow) I’m genuinely so sorry I had to move these dates pic.twitter.com/Pa8qt4I9iW
— SANTAN (@Santandave1) February 23, 2022
UB40 are set to perform tonight, with the frontman of the band Ali Campbell telling AP News that they will “tear the roof off”.
The O2 has deemed the venue to be “safe, secure and structurally sound”.
Steve Sayer, the vice president and general manager of the O2 Arena stated that: “Safety will always be our number one priority and as a venue, we have always been proud of the standards we hold and delivering a best in class fan and artist experience.”