Comedian Michael McIntyre has announced a huge UK tour which will take place across 2023 and 2024. McIntyre, who has been on the circuit for years, will perform at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle in March 2024.
The tour is set to begin in the Bristol Hippodrome on September 6. The tour will then head all over the UK, culminating at the SSE Arena in Belfast on June 1 2024, before heading off to North America and Europe.
He will also be performing in London. He holds the record for the highest selling artist at London’s O2, the UK’s biggest arena, for 28 sold out shows. In 2020 Michael devised and hosted the hit BBC One gameshow ‘Michael Mcintyre’s The Wheel’.
He is now one of the most famous comedians from the UK, from his big break 17 years ago, when he performed on the televised 2006 Royal Variety Performance. Since then, ticket sales for his tours have surpassed more than four million.
McIntyre will perform in Newcastle on March 16, 2024 at the Utilita Arena. NewcastleWorld has all the information you need on how to get tickets.
How to get tickets to see Michael McIntyre in Newcastle
Tickets are set to go on pre-sale before they go on general sale. The Ticketmaster pre-sale will begin on Thursday, February 16 at 10am, and will continue for just under 24 hours until Friday, February 17 at 9am.
General sale tickets can be bought from 10am on Friday, February 17 through Ticketmaster.
Michael McIntyre UK Tour 2023/2024 dates and venues
September 6, 7, 8 - Bristol, Hippodrome
October 12, 13, 14 - Bournemouth, International Centre
October 27, 28, 29 - Brighton, Brighton Centre
November 3, 4 - Dublin, 3Arena
November 25 - Leeds, First Direct Arena
December 1 - Swansea, Swansea Arena
December 2, 3 - Cardiff, International Arena
February 23, 24 - Plymouth, Pavilions
March 8, 9 - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
March 16 - Newcastle, Utilita Arena
March 22, 23 - Manchester - AO Arena
April 5, 6, 12, 13 - London, The O2
April 20 - Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
April 26 - Hull, Hull Arena
April 27 - Sheffield, Utilita Arena
May 10, 11 - London, OVO Arena Wembley
May 16 - Aberdeen, P&J Arena
May 18 - Glasgow, OVO Hydro
May 24, 25 - Birmingham, Utilita Arena
June 1 - Belfast, SSE Arena
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