Jack Whitehall is back and he is travelling UK-wide with his Settle Down UK tour.
The star is embarking on his sixth stand-up tour as one of the country’s most loved comedy acts.
When do Jack Whitehall tickets go on sale?
Tickets are on sale from 10am on Thursday 6 April and they can be purchased through his website, as well as on Ticketmaster of the Ticket Factory.
But members of his mailing list or O2 and Virgin Media customers can get early access form 10am on Wednesday 5 April.
Whitehall wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: “Big day tomorrow, presale for the tour starts, last chance to join my mailing list for early access to avoid disappointment. I promise if you sign up you won’t get spammed by my mother trying to get you to listen to her podcast or flog her marmalade.”
When and where will Jack Whitehall perform?
The below dates have been confirmed:
- 13th June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 14th June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 15th June 2023 – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 16th June 2023 – International Centre, Bournemouth
- 17th June 2023 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- 18th June 2023 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- 19th June 2023 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
- 20th June 2023 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
- 21st June 2023 – AO Arena, Manchester
- 22nd June 2023 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 23rd June 2023 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle upon Tyne
- 24th June 2023 – AO Arena, Manchester
- 25th June 2023 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
- 4th July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
- 5th July 2023 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 7th July 2023 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- 8th July 2023 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- 9th July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
- 10th July 2023 – International Arena, Cardiff
- 14th July 2023 – The O2, London
- 15th July 2023 – The O2, London
- 16th July 2023 – The O2, London
How much are tickets?
Pre-sale tickets for the London O2 gigs are showing up as starting at £45 and going up to £72 for ordinary tickets. Premium seating starts at £129 and goes up to £149 per ticket.
This includes: “Reserved seating within a private row on Level 1 of The O2 arena where your ticket includes a food and drink voucher, a bar to rest on plus in-seat service so you don’t have to miss any of the action.”
What can we expect from the tour?
This is Jack’s biggest tour yet, and fans are sure to be excited to see what he has in store for them.
He wasn’t giving many clues about what’s to come, but wrote on Instagram: “Exciting news! I’m heading out on an arena tour this summer. Hitting all the major cities with one of my biggest shows yet.
“Tickets will go on sale next week. You can join my mailing list to skip the queue, Even if I slightly object to such behaviour on principle. Head to www.jackwhitehall.com to ensure you get a ticket to what promises to be an epic night out! #linkinbio.”
He did say, however, that “it’s about my struggle to settle down gracefully. I’ve got a long-term partner, a ridiculous dog and am now hurtling towards middle age without a clue. It’s about a foppish man-child’s crack handed attempt at adulting!”