After an 11 year hiatus, N-Dubz are back on tour across the UK with two nights at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena. The second date was added due to high demand and will see the trio return to the North East nearly a month after their initial Tyneside date.
When are N-Dubz performing at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena?
The group’s first show in the North East also marks the opening night of the tour on Monday, November 7 before returning to Newcastle’s arena on Saturday, December 3 for a second Tyneside show.
Can I still get N-Dubz tickets?
Limited tickets remain available for the act’s first night of the tour, although far more are available for the second night in December. Only seated tickets are available to buy for the November night with prices starting at £52.95.
In comparison, tickets for across the arena can still be bought for the December show including the arena floor. Standing tickets cost £41.95 with seats starting at the same price and rising to £52.95 for regular tickets. Packages are also available through Ticketmaster.
Can I get last minute N-Dubz tickets?
Some resale tickets remain available for the first night of the tour through Ticketmaster’s resale platform. Resale tickets are also available for the December date.
Who is supporting N-Dubz on their UK tour?
Every night will start with two sets from Wes Nelson and Russ Millions. Nelson is well known for his appearances on Love Island and has five singles to his name while London-based Russ Millions has been releasing music since 2018 and has released two EPs at the time of the tour.
What are the set times for the N-Dubz tour?
According to the Utilita Arena website, doors for the event open at 6pm with the live music starting from 7:15pm. It is not yet known when N-Dubz will begin their set.
Where to park for Newcastle’s Utilita Arena?
There are 600 official car parking places to the rear of the arena which can be reached either by Arena Way or Railway Terrace to the east.
If this car park is full, the arena recommends gig goes use the NCP car park next to the Arena, with its entrance on Redheugh Bridge Road.
The usual fee for events is £8.