The Millennium Dome, generally called as simply the Dome, was originally opened in 2000. Over the first year of its existence, the building hosted an international exhibition, celebrating the beginning of a new millennium. Even though the exposition failed to attract a lot of visitors, the dome has been welcoming thousands of music fans for over a decade now. This venue with 500-seat capacity has already hosted a lot of live music shows. Looney Tunes, White Stripes, The Dirty Water Club, and Blur are some of the musicians that had their shows in this impressive venue.
The Dome features a supreme location, easily accessible by different commute routes.
By train and tube: the venue is just five minutes away from Mainline Station and Kentish Town Tube (Northern line). If you prefer an overground, Upper Holloway is where you get off. The walk from the station should not take you more than 10 minutes.
By bus: catch N20, 390, 134, or 4 bus line to Kentish Town Station. The bus stop is right next to the tube station, and walk to the venue should take you about 5-7 minutes.
By car: getting to the Dome by car is a great idea, especially if you are attending the show on a weekend when the traffic in the city centre is low.
International: Take Heathrow Connect right from the airport. It will take you to the tube station, where you can jump the Northern Line to Kentish Town Station. At Gatwick, take Train Thameslink to get to the tube and follow the same logic.
There are plenty of parking spaces, including spots for Blue Badge Holders, around the venue. Even more parking spaces are available on yellow lines on Saturdays, after 1.30pm.
Access for people with special needs
Currently, the Dome cannot ensure easy access for visitors in wheelchairs. On the other hand, they offer a free personal assistant to help people with special needs enjoy the shows — just inform the booking office in advance, and the administration will provide the required accommodations.