The Irish rockers are set to play six nights at the O2 , but how do you get there to see them?

You could travel to The O2 with the masses to North Greenwich station on the Jubilee line for U2’s gigs. But Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own, so here’s our handy guide to London’s transport.

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But if you don’t fancy squashing into a crowded Tube carriage there are no Mysterious Ways when it comes to using either using TfL’s journey planner or using our advice below.

1. Take the cable car

Take in views of the Thames while swinging high above it in an Elevation on the Emirates Air Line . Travel to Royal Victoria on the DLR and walk a short distance to the embarkation point. We only hope you don’t suffer from Vertigo.

2. Sail down the river

Thames Clippers services, which depart from numerous piers in central London including Canary Wharf will swiftly take you to North Greenwich. The Sweetest Thing about this journey is the on-board licensed bar.

3. Hop on a bus

There’s always the bus if you so Desire. The O2 is served better than most with the 161, 472, 108, 422, 486. 129, 132, 188, 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472 and 486 all stopping nearby.

Make sure you visit the TfL website if you get Stuck in a Moment.

The band’s shows take place at the O2 on Sunday, October 25, followed by October 26, 29 and 30, as well as November 2-3. Stubhub may have tickets if you still haven’t found what you’re looking for.