Thousands of music fans will be heading to London's O2 Arena this week as the iconic Girls Aloud perform in front of thousands of fans. 

The 'Promise' singers will 'The Girls Aloud Show Tour' for five dates at the O2, marking  21 years since Cheryl, Kimberley, Nadine, Nicola and Sarah were voted the winners of Popstars: The Rivals.

Set to perform hits 'Sound Of The Underground', 'Love Machine', 'Something New' and more, the show has been visiting arenas across the UK.

The tour is celebrating Girls Aloud's rich back catalogue and all the ground-breaking success they have achieved as a band.

Girls Aloud will also be paying tribute to the late Sarah Harding who passed away in 2021 from Breast Cancer.

So you're prepared to see the band at the O2 Arena, this is everything you need to know for the show.

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When are Girls Aloud in London's O2 Arena?

Girls Aloud will be at the O2 Arena for five shows, with the following dates:

  • Saturday 22 June 
  • Sunday 23 June 
  • Tuesday 25 June 
  • Wednesday 26 June 
  • Thursday 27 June 

What time do doors open for the Girls Aloud in London?

The doors will open at 6.30pm every night for the Girls Aloud at the O2 Arena.

However, it's important to note that timings are subject to change.

What is the seating plan for Girls Aloud at the O2?

If you're curious as to what your view will be for Girls Aloud at the O2, you can find out. 

The website gives you a picture or graphic view from your exact location.

See your view via the website

Who is Girls Aloud support act in London?

In London, Girls Aloud will be supported by two acts, DJ Mr. Theo and Florrie. 

Can you still get tickets to Girls Aloud at the O2 Arena?

Tickets for Girls Aloud at the O2 Arena were in high demand and at the time of writing there is limited availability. 


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Shows on June 22, 23, 25 and 26 have now sold out, but you can still get some tickets to their show on June 27. 

Tickets start at £59 per person in the top section and rise to £211 for terrace seating.

You can also get floor seating and seats in the first section.