London’s O2 Arena issues tube strike travel advice ahead of Frank Turner and Taylor Swift gigs

Planned industrial action looks set to disrupt journeys to the North Greenwich venue next week

London’s O2 Arena has issued travel advice for fans attending the Frank Turner and Taylor Swift shows at the venue next week, in light of a planned tube strike.

The London Underground strike, which is taking place until tomorrow (February 6) this week and from February 11-13 next week, will affect the many people planning to travel to the venue by tube for Swift’s show – her last of five at the venue this month – on February 11 and Turner’s on February 12.

As such, The O2 Arena has issued a travel guide, suggesting people make their way to the North Greenwich venue by boat, car, bus or on the Emirates Air Line gondola lift link. For full details on suggested routes, visit

Frank Turner‘s O2 Arena date takes place as a wider arena tour, which starts on February 6 in Cardiff. The main tour will conclude in Portsmouth on February 13, with a special solo show at Turner’s hometown of Winchester at the Guildhall set for Valentine’s Day. Ticket details for the tour can be seen below.

Frank Turner will play:

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (February 6)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (7)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (8)
Manchester Phones 4u Arena (9)
Plymouth Pavilions (11)
London The O2 (12)
Portsmouth Guildhall (13)
Winchester Guildhall (14)

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