Katie Melua has us hoping for a fast-forward to 2023 with the exciting announcement of her Love & Money Tour which will see the singer-songwriter play 14 dates across the UK including a date for Manchester fans.
Melua will kick off her tour on Tuesday, May 2 2023 at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea and visit cities up and down the country before playing her final show of the tour at our very own Bridgewater Hall in Manchester. The fact that this is the final show in the tour is bound to bring an even more exciting atmosphere to the already brilliant show.
The tour is in support of Melua’s latest album of the same name which is scheduled for release next spring, however, the elusive singer has yet to confirm the release date. During her show she will be performing her big hits such as Nine Million Bicycles and some of her new material, including songs from her last album Acoustic Album No.8 which was released in 2021.
So, how can you get tickets to the Royal Concert Hall show? Here’s everything you need to know about the Love & Money Tour…
When is Katie Melua coming to Manchester?
Katie Melua will be wrapping up her 14-date tour in our lovely city. She is scheduled to perform on Saturday, May 20 2023 at the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.
How to get tickets to see Katie Melua in Manchester
Tickets will go on general sale on November 25 at 10am and can be purchased via the Live Nation website.
Live Nation will also host a presale event which is set to launch on November 24 at 10am. You can gain access by signing up to the website before the event.
Full list list of Katie Melua UK tour dates
Katie Melua will be touring the UK in May 2023, and will be coming to the following cites:
- Tuesday, May 2 2023 - De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea
- Wednesday, May 3 2023 - Bournemouth Pavilion, Bournemouth
- Friday, May 5 2023 - Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
- Saturday, May 6 2023 - Sage, Gateshead
- Monday, May 8 2023 - Barbican, York
- Tuesday, May 9 2023 - St Davids Hall, Cardiff
- Thursday, May 11 2023 - Forum, Bath
- Friday, May 12 2023 - Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
- Sunday, May 14 2023 - Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
- Monday, May 15 2023 - Symphony Hall, Birmingham
- Tuesday, May 16 2023 - Royal Albert Hall, London
- Thursday, May 18 2023 - G Live, Guildford
- Friday, May 19 2023 - Corn Exchange,Cambridge
- Saturday, May 20 2023 - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
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