Michael McIntyre tour 2023 tickets: presale details, when they go on sale, ticket price, gig dates, and venues

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The comedian will be playing at venues across the UK including London, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow and Leeds

Michael McIntyre has announced he will be going on a world tour in 2023 and 2024, tickets are set to go on sale this week, with presale options already available for fans.

The comedian who is best known for his BBC One Saturday night TV series “Michael McIntyre’ Big Show”, as well as game show “The Wheel”, will be performing at venues across the UK as well as shows in New York, Dublin, Singapore and Norway as part of his Macnificent tour.

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McIntyre’s last UK tour, called the “Big World Tour” took place from 2017 to 2019, whilst his 2012 “Showtime” tour sold over 700,000 tickets. Fans of the comedian are expecting tickets to sell out fast, with Swansea Arena already confirming presale sold out in just 29 minutes. So, when do tickets for Michael McIntyre’s tour go on sale and how much are they? Here’s everything you need to know.

When do tickets for Michael McIntyre tour 2023 go on sale?

Tickets for Michael McIntyre’s Macnificent tour will go on general sale from 10am on Friday 17 February and can be purchased from Ticketmaster.

Michael McIntyre will be touring the UK, and also has tour dates in Dublin and New York (Photo: Getty Images)Michael McIntyre will be touring the UK, and also has tour dates in Dublin and New York (Photo: Getty Images)
Michael McIntyre will be touring the UK, and also has tour dates in Dublin and New York (Photo: Getty Images) | Getty Images

Is there presale?

Presale tickets for Michael McIntyre are now available, with fans who signed up to the artist presale and Three, O2 and OVO customers able to access tickets since Wednesday 15 February.

Presale tickets from Off The Kerb, went on sale today (Thursday 16 February) from 10am, with Ticketmaster’s presale available from the same time. Tickets have been selling out fast, with Swansea Arena annoucing on Twitter that their presale tickets sold out after just 29 minutes.

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How much are tickets?

Ticket prices for Michael McIntyre’s tour will vary depending on where you sit. For his show in Belfast on Saturday 1 June 2024, the SSE Arena announced ticket prices at their venue will cost between £27.50 - £115 + £1.50 facility fee.

Michael McIntyre Tour dates

The comedian is embarking on a mammoth world tour, with performances in New York, New Zealand and Australia. Closer to home he has tour dates in Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Bournemouth, Brighton, Leeds, Swansea, Cardiff, Plymouth, Nottingham, Newcastle, Manchester, London, Liverpool, Hull, Sheffield, Aberdeen and Glasgow.

Here are the dates for Michael McIntyre’s tour:

UK & Ireland

2023

  • Wednesday 6 September - Bristol, Hippodrome
  • Thursday 7 September - Bristol, Hippodrome
  • Friday 8 September - Bristol, Hippodrome
  • Thursday 12 October - Bournemouth International Centre, Windsor Hall
  • Friday 13 October - Bournemouth International Centre, Windsor Hall
  • Saturday 14 October - Bournemouth International Centre, Windsor Hall
  • Friday 27 October - Brighton Centre
  • Saturday 28 October - Brighton Centre
  • Sunday 29 October - Brighton Centre
  • Friday 3 November - Dublin, 3Arena
  • Saturday 4 November - Dublin, 3Arena
  • Saturday 25 November - Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • Friday 1 December - Swansea, Arena
  • Saturday 2 December - Cardiff, International Arena
  • Sunday 3 December - Cardiff, International Arena

2024

  • Friday 23 February - Plymouth, Pavilions
  • Saturday 24 February - Plymouth, Pavilions
  • Friday 8 March - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
  • Saturday 9 March - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
  • Saturday 16 March - Newcastle, Utilita Arena
  • Friday 22 March - Manchester, AO Arena
  • Saturday 23 - March Manchester, AO Arena
  • Friday 5 April - London, The O2
  • Saturday 6 April - London, The O2
  • Friday 12 April - London, The O2
  • Saturday 13 April - London, The O2
  • Saturday 20 April - Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
  • Friday 26 April - Hull, Bonus Arena
  • Saturday 27 April - Sheffield, Utilita Arena
  • Friday 10 May - London, OVO Wembley Arena
  • Saturday 11 May - London, OVO Wembley Arena
  • Thursday 16 May - Aberdeen, P&J Arena
  • Saturday 18 May - Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • Friday 24 May - Birmingham, Utilita Arena
  • Saturday 25 May - Birmingham, Utilita Arena
  • Saturday 1 June - Belfast, SSE Arena

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