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Lost In Music One Night At The Disco at London Eventim Apollo

Lost In Music One Night At The Disco tour dates and tickets
Lost In Music: One Night At The Disco is a musical journey of a spectacular decade of disco!

Lost In Music One Night At The Disco will be performing 2 events in London Friday 9th October 2020 at the Eventim Apollo. Friday 4th December 2020 at the Indigo2.

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Lost In Music One Night At The Disco in London - Ticket Options

Fri Oct 9 2020    (Change Date) London, UK UK
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Lost In Music One Night At The Disco
London, Eventim Apollo
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Fri Dec 4 2020    (Change Date) London, UK UK
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Lost In Music One Night At The Disco
London, Indigo at The O2
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£21.25
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Lost In Music One Night At The Disco
London, Indigo2
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£23.45
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Venue Information - London Indigo2

Indigo2 Millennium Way, London SE10 0BB
Telephone: 08448560202
Venue Capacity: 2920
The O2 and the Indigo2 are London's most popular music-orientated venues, based in perhaps one of London's busiest hubs. The 20,000 capacity O2 is Europe's busiest arena as well as it's second largest (dwarfed only by the Manchester Arena), and plays host to almost every big name when they head to the UK, while its 3,000 capacity sister Indigo2 acts as more of a super club. Between them, they attract millions upon millions of fans year in year out.