By Rachael Grealish
Micky Flanagan has added new dates to his If Ever We Needed It… tour, here’s how to get them and what prices look like.
As an alternative to the Coronation, Micky will be doing an extra London date at OVO Arena Wembley on May 6, with a matinee and an evening show – boasting it could be his ‘crowning (clowning) glory’.
8000 people attended the last coronation at Westminster Abbey, Micky is expecting 23,000 for his shows on May 6.
Micky will also return to King Charles’s old stomping ground in Wales to do shows at Cardiff International Arena on April 28 and 29.
His last tour An’ Another Fing… was the biggest stand-up tour in the world that year, without leaving the British Isles.
When Do If Ever We Needed It… Tickets Go On Sale?
Tickets go on general sale at http://www.livenation.co.uk at 10am on April 1 – this aptly on April Fool’s day but this is not a joke.
However, if you can’t wait, you can get tickets a little earlier. If you’re an O2 customer you can access the presale which is live from today, Thursday, March 30. These are available until April 1 at 9am.
Artist presale tickets are also available and all you need to do to get the code is to sign up to Micky’s mailing list, these tickets are also available from today until April 1 at 9am.
How Much Are Micky Flanagan Tickets?
If you’re interested in seeing Micky live on stage tickets start at around £44.75 for the lowest tier of seating, then the mid-tier is £55.75, going up to £71.75 for the best seats, according to the O2 Priority presale for the OVO Arena, Wembley.