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The Game at London O2 Forum

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The Game is the stage name of Jayceon Terrell Taylor, an American West Coast hip-hop rapper from Los Angeles, California. Starting his music career in 2001, he released his debut album, ‘The Documentary’ in 2005, which reached #1 in the Billboard Hot 200.

The Game will be performing 1 event in London on Wednesday 5th February 2020 at the O2 Forum.

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Wed Feb 5 2020    (Change Date) London, UK UK
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Venue Information - London O2 Forum

O2 Forum 9 - 17 Highgate RD, Kentish Town, London NW5 1JY
Telephone: 08448472405
Venue Capacity: 2300
The O2 Forum - aka the Kentish Town Forum - is a live music based in London. Originally opened way back in 1934 as an art decor cinema, it was re-opened as The Forum in 1993, and has since been refurbished to hold 2300 people. One of the capital's staple locations, it's stage has been graced by some of the world's biggest acts, including Biffy Clyro, Oasis, Nine Inch Nails, Wu-Tang Clan, Justin Timberlake, and The Mars Volta, who played their last ever show there.