The O2 sells 25 millionth ticket

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The O2 has reached a major milestone, selling its 25 millionth ticket.

Sell-out shows this year from Ariana Grande, Travis Scott, and Muse helped the venue break the 25 million mark.

The O2 also saw an increase in first-time performances from global stars this year, including Post Malone, George Ezra, Daddy Yankee, and Bjork.

Meanwhile Take That broke their own record for the most shows played at The O2 during their own 2019 tour.

The venue now plays host to over 9 million fans per year, with the complex also housing London's largest cinema, over 30 bars and restaurants, bowling, trampolining, and a retail outlet.

Emma Bownes, VP of Venue Programming at The O2 said: “To reach the 25 million ticket milestone is a huge achievement and we’re so grateful to have hosted so many artists for the first time this year. London has the best fans in the world, and we’d like to thank promoters, agents, managers and our partners for continuing to work with us to help bring the very best performers from the worlds of music, comedy, sport and entertainment to The O2”.

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