Space Rocks London Tickets


SPACE ROCKS is a festival of space exploration. Presented in association with ESA, the European Space Agency, it’s a unique gathering of the best and brightest in every scientific and creative field but united by a common passion for the great beyond, and with a focus on fun.

The follow-up to our award-winning 2018 debut event consists of three separate sessions, each with something for everyone from devoted space enthusiasts to the sci-curious.

SPACE ACADEMY, our first session, is aimed at kids of all ages and will highlight the incredible range of space science currently underway.

THE SPACE LAB, our second session, is where the great minds from the world of space science, the arts, and music meet to debate and explore the big questions, and this year we’ll be introducing a few new twists we can’t wait to share with you.

SPACE ROCKS LIVE is our live gig, and will feature visionary music inspired by humankind’s fascination with the great beyond.

All ticket-holders will have access to our SPACE LOUNGE throughout the day. With displays, presentations, and a chance to interact with all of our invited guests, this is your chance to get up close and personal with the great beyond.


Space Rocks London consists of three different ticketed sessions…

12.30pm – 2.30pm



Featuring astronaut Tim Peake on exploring the Moon, Mars, and Beyond, planetary Scientist Suzie Imber on ESA’s thrilling mission to Mercury, sci-fi visual effects guru Paul Franklin (Inception and Interstellar) on movie magic, space engineer Kate Underhill’s beginner’s guide to rocket science and space robot engineer Shahrzad Timman on a beginner’s guide to space robots!

3.30pm – 6pm



Tim Peake will giving an astronaut’s view of the climate crisis, which he’ll be discussing with leading climate scientist Tamsin Edwards. Star of The Expanse Dominique Tipper with be talking about the past, present and future of humans in space with author and journalist Sue Nelson, BBC Sky at Night presenter Chris Lintott will be discussing black holes and the most profound mysteries of the universe with award-winning science author Lucy Hawking and groundbreaking violinist Anna Phoebe will be presenting a for a musical voyage of the cosmos. With even more to be be announced!

7.30pm – 11pm



Space Rocks Live will be headlined by musical visionaries Anathema doing a unique set they’re calling The Space Between Us – a unique, space-themed set with visuals created in collaboration with the European Space Agency. They’ll be joined by Aussie cosmic rockers Voyager and progressively-minded space rock overlords Amplifier.
Single Session, Session 1 Family & Combo Tickets are available via Eventbrite and Axs at the links above.


  • The O2 is fully accessible, please use this link to buy tickets & make arrangements:
  • If you have accessibility requirements please DO NOT book on Eventbrite, the best service is via AXS & the O2 on above link.
  • These sessions are open to all. Under 14’s will need to be accompanied and seated with an adult.
  • Our Space Lounge at Indigo will be open all day to all ticket holders (as capacity allows) from 11am to 8pm.
  • Space Rocks merchandise will be available from 11am to 11pm in the Indigo lobby.
  • For further information regarding Space Rocks, link to here or email us at


Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No and parents know best but for info we feel Session 1 is aimed at 8’s and up.

Other information to bear in mind is that the venue asked for 14’s and under to be accompanied & seated with an adult.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The O2 has excellent transport links and parking facilities, look here

What can I bring into the event?

No food or drink can be brought into the venue but there are numerous outlets to visit before or after a session, see here