British comedian, Michael McIntyre has announced a World Tour for 2018 and 2019, visiting countries such as New Zealand, Canada, Republic of Ireland and of course many venues around the UK.
The comic began performing in a range of hush-hush venues throughout the south east of England, where small audiences have had the privilege of witnessing his new material in its infancy, where he tested gags and tweaked his delivery.
He then announced a range of pre-tour gigs, where he performed the new material in all its glory, again to smaller audiences with a view to adding final tweaks and mastering his delivery before going global.
When is Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour?
Stand-up comic Michael McIntyre will be playing his first UK venue of the tour on March 2, 2018 at Plymouth Pavilions. He will finish his stint in Britain on November 10, 2018 – where he will perform at The SSE Arena Wembley.
Michael is doing some warm-up shows this summer in the UK – however according to his website, these are all sold out.
McIntyre is one of the UK’s biggest selling artists, having sold over 1.5 million tickets to his live shows to date. His sales statistics include a record-breaking 28 performances at London’s 16,000 capacity 02 Arena.
How can I get tickets for Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour?
Tickets for Michael McIntyre’s Big World Tour went on sale from Friday May 5 at 10am. As some of the comedian’s European dates have already sold out, tickets are set to be in high demand.
Ticket prices cost around £35-£55 face value depending on your venue of choice and seat location. Some fans were also able to get hold of pre-sale tickets from Wednesday May 3 by signing up to his official mailing list.
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2017/2018 World Tour – UK Dates
Fri 2nd March 2018: Plymouth Pavilions
Sat 3rd March: Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 9th March: Plymouth Pavilions
Sat 10th March: Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 16th March: Bournemouth International Centre
Sat 17th March: Bournemouth International Centre
Sun 18th March: Bournemouth International Centre
Fri 23rd March: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Sat 24th March: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Fri 13th April: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Sat 14th April: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Sun 15th April: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Fri 20th April: Manchester Arena
Sat 21st April: Manchester Arena
Sat 28th April: Liverpool Echo Arena
Sat 5th May: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Fri 11th May: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Sat 12th May: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Sat 19th May: Leeds First Direct Arena
Fri 25th May: Brighton Centre
Sat 26th May: Brighton Centre
Sun 27th May: Brighton Centre
Sat 2nd June: Belfast SSE Arena
Fri 8th June: Dublin 3 Arena
Fri 9th June: Dublin 3 Arena
Tues 12th June: Aberdeen AECC
Weds 13th June: Aberdeen AECC
Fri 15th June: Glasgow SSE Hydro
Sat 16th June: Glasgow SSE Hydro
Sat 23rd June: Sheffield Arena
Fri 5th October: London The O2
Sat 6th October: London The O2
Fri 12th October: London The O2
Sat 13th October: London The O2
Fri 9th November: London The SSE Arena Wembley
Sat 10th November: London The SSE Arena Wembley
Tickets for the UK dates are available via Ticketmaster