Hugely popular international boyband Mirror is taking O2 Arena for the first time ever.

The show is part of their first international tour, 'Mirror Feel the Passion Concert' seeing the Hong Kong ground visit the likes of Machester, Los Angeles, New York and London.

Mirror is described as a 'Hong Kong Cantopop group' who were formed through ViuTV's reality talent show Good Night Show.

The boyband is composed of twelve members: Frankie Chan, Alton Wong, Lokman Yeung, Stanley Yau, Anson Kong, Jer Lau, Ian Chan, Anson Lo, Jeremy Lee, Edan Lui, Keung To, and Tiger Yau.

If you're heading to see Mirror, this is everything you need to know from door times, support act and whether you can still get tickets.

When is Mirror at London's O2 Arena?

Boyband Mirror will take over the O2 for an extra special night on Tuesday, March 12.

What time do doors open for Mirror at London's O2 Arena?

If you are heading to see Mirror 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 the show.

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

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What is the seating plan for Mirror at London's O2 Arena?

If you're curious as to what your view will be for Mirror 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

Can you still get tickets to Mirror at London's O2 Arena?

If you're on the hunt for tickets to the show at the O2, you are in luck as there are still some tickets available.

Prices start at £101 for block 107 and rise to £301 for section A101, there are also some very limited tickets for the floor costing £224 per person.

Tickets can be brought via the AXS website.