Peter Kay tickets – what time they go on sale, prices, Manchester dates and where to buy
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The beloved Bolton comedian is now playing a whopping nine shows at the AO Arena in his home region.
Peter, who largely stepped away from the spotlight after cancelling his 2017 tour due to personal reasons, had been triggering phenomenal demand for tickets.
The star managed to crash both the O2 Priority website and the Three+ service during pre-sales earlier this week.
The popularity of his comeback led to a monthly residency at the O2 Arena in London (the first artist to do so at the venue) and new arena dates across the country – including seven extras here in Manchester.
Here’s what you need to know about Peter Kay‘s Live Arena Tour.
Peter Kay dates in Manchester
Peter Kay had already announced two dates for Manchester, but has now gone and added seven more for 2023.
These are the full dates for the AO Arena Manchester.
- Friday 2 December 2022
- Saturday 3 December 2022
- Friday 22 September 2023
- Saturday 23 September 2023
- Thursday 20 October 2023
- Friday 21 October 2023
- Sunday 5 November 2023
- Monday 6 November 2023
- Friday 1 December 2023
When do tickets go on sale?
The pre-sale earlier this week went totally mental and even managed to temporarily bring down both pre-sale sites, O2 Priority and Three +.
So we’re all braced for a proper scramble today when the general sale kicks off.
Peter Kay’s arena tour tickets will go on general sale from 10am today (Saturday 12 November).
Where to buy Peter Kay tickets
Tickets are being sold through a few platforms but you’re going to want to be prepared to sit in a queue.
Once the on-sale begins this morning, you can try and pick up tickets through See Tickets here.
How much are tickets?
With the cost of living crisis being so difficult for so many, Peter Kay said he’ll be pricing his tickets from just £35.
“It’s good to get back to what I love doing best,” Kay said ahead of his return.
“If there’s ever a time people need a laugh it’s now. And with the cost of living at an all-time high, ticket prices are starting from £35, which is the same price they were on my previous tour in 2010.”
Seated tickets are priced at either £35, £50, or £65 (plus booking fees).
Then there’s a Best Seat Ticket Package, priced at £135 plus fees, which gets you a top-price sat, limited gift, tour programme and VIP lanyard.
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