Peter Kay Tour 2018: How to get tickets and when the comedian's first tour in eight years will hit the north west?

Following this morning's announcement of a Children in Need charity auction for a one-off-gig in Blackpool, Peter Kay has also announced his long-awaited return to stand-up, in the form of a huge tour in 2018 and 2019.

Thursday, 16th November 2017, 11:52 am
Updated Monday, 11th December 2017, 10:45 pm
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Tickets for the shows are set to go on-sale at 10am on this Sunday (19 November) through Ticketmaster.

The 'Have Gags, Will Travel' tour will hit the north west in the summer of 2018, with two nights at the Manchester Arena, and then again during spring 2019 at the Echo Arena when the tour will finish.

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Along the way, the tour calls at cities like Glasgow, Sheffield, and Leeds, and includes four nights at the O2 Arena in London.

A statement released by the comedian, responsible for TV hits like Phoenix Nights and Car Share, said he will be returning to his "most successful hobby - stand-up".

"A lot has happened in the last eight years, with Trump, Twitter and my Nan getting her front bush trimmed at the age of 96. I can’t wait to get back up on stage," he said.

Here is the full list of Peter Kay tour dates for 2018/19:


April 21 – Genting Arena, Birmingham

April 22 – Genting Arena, Birmingham

May 14 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow

May 15 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow

June 4 – Manchester Arena

June 5 – Manchester Arena

June 13 – O2 Arena, London

June 14 – O2 Arena, London

June 15 – O2 Arena, London

June 20 – O2 Arena, London

October 2 – First Direct Arena, Leeds

October 3 – First Direct Arena, Leeds


January 13 – SSE Arena, Belfast

January 14 – SSE Arena, Belfast

January 23 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

January 24 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

February 1 – 3 Arena, Dublin

February 2 – 3 Arena, Dublin

February 11 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

February 12 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle

March 4 – FLYDSA Arena, Sheffield

March 5 – FLYDSA Arena, Sheffield

March 18 – Echo Arena, Liverpool

March 19 – Echo Arena, Liverpool