Age restrictions apply-see info
Call Box Office Manager on 020 8354 3300 between 10am and 6pm (Monday-Friday)
Gigs: The minimum age is 8 unless with written permission from venue management. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
Clubs: Strictly over 18s (Photographic ID may be required)
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Nearest Car Parks:
Westfield Shopping Centre westfield.com/london
Parking at Westfield London between 6pm-12am is just £3 per vehicle for O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire customers. Please collect a follow-up ticket from the venue box office or from door staff in the foyer. Vehicles that enter or leave outside of these hours will be subject to Westfields usual rates. The O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire accept no responsibilty for claims in relation to parking charges.
When exiting Westfield London, insert original ticket to the pay machine before departure and immediately insert the follow up promotional voucher for the �3 rate.
Nearest Tube Station:
Shepherd's Bush (Central Line),Shepherd's Bush (Hammersmith & City Line)
National and Local Rail Services/Bus Service:
For up to date travel information call 020 7222 1234 (24 hours) or visit www.tfl.gov.uk
O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire was hailed 'Best Venue' for the fifth time at the Music Week Awards 2005 and was shortlisted in 2008 and 2009. The O2 Empire has been a live entertainment venue for over 100 years and is a favourite within the industry, often chosen by artists for its extraordinary level of intimacy and historic importance on the touring circuit. With a capacity of 2,000, performers can get up close and personal with their most dedicated fans. Architecturally the venue is stunning, still retaining its original design with the grandeur of its early years.