Jane McDonald has announced a headline UK tour – and this is how to get tickets.
The singer will embark on the With All My Love Tour in 2024, with 24 dates planned across the UK.
Fans can get their hands on tickets from 8:30am on 24 November via Ticketmaster.
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The tour will begin on 11 October with two nights at the Blackpool Opera House, with dates planned for Leicester, Glasgow, Liverpool and Cardiff.
She’ll also perform a headline show at the iconic London Palladium on 14 October before heading to Newcastle, Edinburgh, Brighton and Birmingham.
The tour will finish up in Leeds at the First Direct Arena for a ‘hometown’ show on 22 October.
It’ll see the singer perform songs from her back catalogue including covers and tracks penned by Jane (aka the British Mariah Carey) herself.
She said: “Over the years, my fans have shown so much love for me and my music – and this tour is going to be my chance to give them a little extra love in return.
“The thrill of a live audience is what I love most about being a performer and it always takes me right back to the early days of my career, so I cannot wait to get back on the road once more to sing for you all.”
You can find out ticket details including presale info and the full tour schedule below.
How to get tickets
They go on general sale at 8:30am on 24 November via Ticketmaster.
An artist presale takes place from 10am on 21 November. To access this sign up to Jane McDonald’s mailing list at jane-mcdonald.com.
The second presale, is an O2 priority sale is taking place for select venues from 8:30am on 22 November. To access this head to priority.o2.co.uk/tickets.
Tickets for Jane McDonald’s tour are priced at £42.30 / £53.60 / £59.25 / £66.00.
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
Jane McDonald tour dates
11-12 October – Blackpool, Opera House – tickets
14 October – London, The London Palladium – tickets
13 October – Norwich, The Theatre Royal – tickets
18 October – Leicester, De Montfort Hall – tickets
19 October – Plymouth Pavilions – tickets
20 October – Milton Keynes Theatre – tickets
23 October – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo – tickets
24 October – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena Liverpool – tickets
27 October – Southend-On-Sea, Southend Cliffs Pavilion – tickets
29 October – Bristol Beacon – tickets
30 October – Llandudno, Venue Cymru Theatre – tickets
31 October – Cardiff, Utilita Arena Cardiff – tickets
2 November – Edinburgh, Usher Hall – tickets
3 November – Salford Quays, The Lowry – tickets
6 November – Sheffield, City Hall Oval Hall – tickets
7 November – Newcastle Upon Tyne, O2 City Hall – tickets
10 November – Brighton, The Brighton Centre – tickets
12 November – Swansea Arena – tickets
13 November – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall – tickets
15 November – Hull, Connexin Live – tickets
16 November – Birmingham, Hippodrome – tickets
17 November – Portsmouth, Guildhall – tickets
22 November – Leeds, First Direct Arena – tickets