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N-Dubz Manchester 2022: how to get tickets for AO Arena concert, UK reunion tour dates, possible setlist

Tickets for the third date in Manchester are on sale at 10am today

Exciting news for all you Manchester based N-Dubz fans has been announced: the group is making a comeback.

Over a decade after going their separate ways, the hip hop group has announced they are coming back with a new single and a UK arena tour - including two shows in Manchester.

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The group have announced the tour following news that they will release a new single called ‘Charmer’ on 19 May.

Due to huge demand, a third date has been announced in Manchester.

Ahead of ticket release day for this third date, here’s all you need to know about the group including why they split up, when they will play in Manchester, and how to get hold of tickets.

When do N-Dubz play in Manchester?

Fazer, Tulisa and Dappy of N-Dubz pose for a photo during a visit Kiss FM on May 16, 2022

As part of a UK tour in November, N-Dubz will perform at the AO Arena in Manchester on back to back nights.

This gigs will take place on 19 and 20 November 2022.

Where else are N-Dubz playing?

N-Dubz are touring in November 2022 and will play dates in 10 cities, starting with Newcastle on 7 November.

The tour will end in Cardiff on 28 November.

Below is the full list of gigs on the 2022 tour.

  • Monday, November 7 - Newcastle Utilita Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, November 8 - Glasgow OVO Hydro - SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, November 10 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Friday, November 11 - Leeds First Direct Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, November 13 - Birmingham Utilita Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Monday, November 14 - Bournemouth International Centre - SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, November 15 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, November 17- London The O2 - SOLD OUT
  • Friday, November 18- Sheffield Utilita Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, November 19 - Manchester AO Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, November 20 - Manchester AO Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, November 22 - Nottingham Motorpoint Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Wednesday, November 23 - London The O2 - SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, November 26 - Birmingham Utilita Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, November 27 - Leeds First Direct Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Monday, November 28 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena - SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, November 29 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
  • Thursday, December 1 - Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
  • Friday, December 2 - Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • Saturday, December 3 - Newcastle Utilita Arena
  • Thursday, December 6 - London The O2

How can I get tickets?

Tickets for the third AO Manchester Arena gig are available from 10am on Monday, 30 May.

Tickets can be bought through Ticketmaster.

What is the setlist?

As the tour is several months away and the group haven’t released any new music in a decade, it is difficult to work out what kind of setlist N-Dubz will take on tour.

However, you can expect to hear their classic tracks, as event organiser AEG have said: “Their arena tour takes in many of the UK’s biggest cities and will give fans a chance to hear all their favourite N-Dubz songs live for the first time in 11 years.”

According to Setlist.fm, this is the setlist N-Dubz had when they perfromed at T in the Park in 2011.

  1. Took It All Away
  2. Strong Again
  3. Playing With Fire
  4. I Swear
  5. Girls
  6. Toot It and Boot It
  7. Talk
  8. Down
  9. Cold Shoulder
  10. Love Live Life
  11. Morning Star
  12. Best Behaviour

Who are N-Dubz?

N-Dubz are a three piece hip-hop group originally formed in Camden, London, in 2000.

The group enjoyed huge success in the decade following their formation, achieving two platinum-certified albums, two gold-certified albums, five MOBO awards, a Brit Award nomination, thirteen top 40 singles, six silver-certified singles, and three Urban Music Awards.

N-Dubz have released three studio albums Uncle B (2008), Against All Odds (2009), and Love.Live.Life (2010).

Why did N-Dubz split up?

The group, consisting of Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer, split in 2011 for what was initially believed to be for the group to take on their own solo projects.

However, in 2012, Tulisa took to Twitter to explain that bandmate Dappy was the reason why the band split.

Tulisa, who was a judge on X Factor at the time, also said that she hadn’t had any contact with Dappy after he changed his number.