The pop icon will headline three nights at the O2 Arena on August 24-26 as part of the tour.
Earlier this month she kicked off the European leg with a record-breaking show at Brighton Pride, where she performed to 57,000 fans.
The tour follows up her hugely successful Las Vegas residency which saw her headline 249 shows, grossing more than $100 million.
Since her 1999 breakthrough the singer has become one of the biggest artists of all time, with 100 million records sold worldwide, a pop culture icon status and more than 100 awards.
She's produced number one hits including Toxic, Womanizer, Baby One More Time and Oops!... I Did It Again, and released nine studio albums across her career.
Find out below all you need to know about Britney's three headline shows in London, including how to still get tickets,
Are ticket still available?
Yes, tickets are still available from Ticketmaster here.
The best availability is for Sunday August 26 with floor seating, lower and upper tickets still up for grabs.
Meanwhile limited tickets are also available for August 24-25.
What's the seating plan?
This is the seating plan for Britney Spears' Piece of Me show at the O2 Arena on August 24-26. The setup will include floor seats, lower tier and upper tier seating. For a more detailed look and to see where platinum priced seats are go to Ticketmaster.
What will the setlist be?
On the US leg of her tour Britney played the following setlist, which is expected to be similar for the UK dates:
- Work Bitch
- Break the Ice / Piece of Me
- ...Baby One More Time / Oops!... I Did It Again
- Me Against the Music
- Gimme More
- Clumsy / Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)
- Do You Wanna Come Over?
- Work It / Get Ur Freak On / WTF (Where They From)
- I'm a Slave 4 U
- Make Me...
- Do Somethin'
- If U Seek Amy
- Breathe on Me
- Slumber Party
- Touch of My Hand
- Stronger / (You Drive Me) Crazy
- Till the World Ends
Who's the support act?
Britney will be supported by Mr. Worldwide aka Pitbull. He's best known for hits including Give Me Everything, Feel This Moment and Timber.
Pitbull also revealed in a radio interview that he's collaborated with Britney on a track which is expected to be released soon.
What are the tour dates?
August 17 - Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
August 18 - Manchester Arena
August 22 - Glasgow, SSE Hydro
August 24 - London, O2 Arena
August 25 - London, O2 Arena
August 26 - London, O2 Arena
August 31 - Birmingham, Genting Arena
September 1 - Blackpool, Tower Headland
Getting to the O2 Arena
The O2 Arena is signposted from the M25, A2, A20 (from the South East) and A20 (from the North)
The postcode is SE10 0DX and the Arena is accessed via junctions Millennium Way or Edmund Halley Way
Car parking is organised by the O2 Arena and can be pre-booked on their website.
The nearest tube station is North Greenwich, which can be found via the Jubilee line.
The travel time from Kings Cross is approximately 30 minutes. You can take the Northern line towards Morden, change at London Bridge to the Jubilee line towards Stratford.
The nearest bus stop is North Greenwich, the bus routes are 108, 129, 132, 161, 188, 422, 472, 486.
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