Cheryl Cole to play London 02 arena - how to get tickets

17:29 13 June 2012

Cheryl Cole PIC: Tim Ireland/PA Photo

Cheryl Cole PIC: Tim Ireland/PA Photo

Cheryl Cole is to play London as part of her nationwide tour - but for one night only.

The singer, who is posied to top the pop charts with her track Call My Name, is set to play the O2 Arena on October 7.

Cole announced the concert as part of her A Million Lights arena tour to promote her third album, of the same name.

Tickets for the London show go on June 15 via livenation.co.uk and ticketmaster.co.uk.

They cost up to £40 each, which is more expensive than other venues.

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