London’s O2 Arena was temporarily closed on Friday, February 18 after Storm Eunice disrupted areas across the UK.

Damage was caused to The O2’s roof during the storm which lead to the venue being closed for the day initially.

Performances by Dave were postponed and rescheduled as a result of the venue closing.

This week, fans received positive news that the popular music venue is set to reopen.

When is The O2 reopening?

The O2 plans to reopen its doors on Friday, February 25 and shows have been rescheduled.

The O2’s Twitter account took to the social media platform to update its followers and ticket holders.

One tweet reads: “We’re excited to confirm that The O2 will be reopening from 10am on Friday 25 February. Find out all you need to know” followed by a link to its website with more information.

When are Dave’s rescheduled show dates?

Dave was due to perform at the venue on Monday, February 21 and Tuesday, February 22.

The shows have now been rescheduled and will take place on Monday, February 28 and Tuesday, March 1, 2022.

Tickets purchased for the original dates remain valid for the rescheduled dates.

Which shows are taking place as planned at The O2?

Shows taking place as planned are as follows:

  • UB40 featuring Ali Campbell – February 25
  • Matchroom Boxing presents Okolie vs Cieslak – February 27
  • Simply Red – March 2 and 3
  • The Lumineers – March 4
  • Davido – March 5
  • C2C – March 11-13

You can find out more information via the O2 website.