Doja Cat at the O2: timings, tickets and everything you need to know

From becoming a pandemic-era icon with ‘Say So’ (which has over a billion streams on Spotify) and winning a Grammy for best pop duo performance for ‘Kiss Me More’ with SZA to, most importantly, making our list of 2023’s best songs, Doja Cat has well and truly earned the title of global superstar.

And she’s finally arrived in the UK. After headlining Parklife in Manchester last weekend, she’s due to perform two shows at the O2 Arena over the weekend. The best part? There are still tickets available! So, here’s everything you need to know about both shows and how you can snag a spot. Time to ‘Paint The Town Red’.  

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When is Doja Cat playing London’s O2 Arena? 

Doja Cat is playing two dates at the O2, on Friday June 14 and Monday June 17 (the second was added due to popular demand). 

What time do doors open? 

Doors open at 6.30 pm on both nights. 

What time will Doja Cat come on stage? 

She’ll likely take to the stage between 8.30pm and 9pm. 

What time will the concert end? 

Shows at the O2 tend to finish by 11pm on Fridays and Mondays. 

Who is supporting Doja Cat? 

American indie singer and songwriter Hemlocke Springs is supporting Doja Cat. You might know her – some of her biggest songs are ‘girlfriend’ or ‘gimme all ur love’. 

Any news on the setlist for her Scarlet tour? 

Based on Doja’s show at the Glasgow OVO Arena on June 11, the setlist will probably look something like this, according to

  • Acknowledge Me
  • Shutcho
  • WYM Freestyle
  • Demons
  • Tia Tamera
  • Gun
  • PISS
  • Say So
  • Get Into It (Yuh)
  • Go Off
  • Balut
  • Attention
  • 97
  • Need to Know
  • MASC
  • Streets
  • Often
  • Can’t Wait
  • Agora Hills
  • Rules
  • Ain’t Shit
  • Paint the Town Red
  • (Encore) Wet Vagina

Are there any tickets left?

Yes! There are tickets still available for both nights, starting from £50 for the Friday night and £56 for the Monday night. You can find out more on the O2’s website here

Check out the best gigs and concerts going on in London this month, and check out our music hub here

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