This week mega American rock band The Killers will be wowing crowds of thousands at London's O2 Arena.

The group best known for their hit Mr Brightside are heading to the London landmark as part of their 'Rebel Diamonds' world tour.

The Killers' latest tour will celebrate 20 years of hits by the band, including the likes of "When You Were Young,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” “Human,” “Read My Mind”, “The Man” and more.

Before you head to London's O2 Arena to watch and sing along to The Killers, find out everything you need to know.

When are The Killers at the O2 Arena?

The Killers will be taking over the O2 Arena for six shows across two weeks from July 4 to July 11, see the full list of dates below:

  • Thursday, July 4
  • Friday, July 5
  • Sunday, July 7
  • Monday, July 8
  • Wednesday, July 10
  • Thursday, July 11

What time do doors open for The Killers in London?

If you are heading to see The Killers and you want to head down early to take in all the atmosphere when the doors open at the O2, you'll want to head down at 6.30pm for every show apart from the July 7 show, when doors will open at 7pm.

It is also important to know that timings are subject to change.

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What is the seating plan for The Killers at the O2 Arena?

If you're curious as to what your view will be for The Killers 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 the support act for The Killers in London?

The Killers will be supported by special guest Travis throughout their UK tour.

The Scottish band has several hits including 'Sing', 'Why Does It Always Rain on Me', 'Driftwood' and 'Side'.


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Can you still get tickets to The Killers at the O2 Arena?

So far, three of the six shows for The Killers have now sold out, but you can still get tickets for their shows on July 8, July 10 and July 11.

Prices for all shows start at £77.80 for seated sections and rise to £155.75 for Official Platinum Tickets in the 100 sections.

You can get tickets now via Ticketmaster.