Thousands of music fans will be heading to London's O2 Arena this week to see iconic band, Simple Minds. 

As part of their Global Tour, the group will be celebrating more than 40 years of hits including the likes of 'Don't You Forget About Me', 'Promised You a Miracle' and 'Alive and Kicking'.

Throughout Simple Mind's successful career, the band have sold more than 60 million albums and had countless number-one hits all over the world.

Lead singer of Simple Minds Jim Kerr said: "Concerts are the lifeblood of Simple Minds, it’s where we and our audience come alive and energised through music. Four decades on from when we first set out, this global tour will demonstrate that Simple Minds are still alive and kicking!"

When is  Simple Minds at London's O2 Arena?

Musician Simple Minds will take over the O2 for an extra special night on Thursday, March 21.

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

If you are heading to see Simple Minds 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.

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

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

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Who is the support for Simple Minds at London's O2 Arena?

Simple Minds will be supported by special guest Del Amitri, the band best known for hits 'Roll to Me', 'Always the last to know' and 'Driving with the brakes on'.

Can you still get tickets to Simple Minds 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 £58 and rise to £161 for official Platinum tickets, you can get tickets via AXS.