Jack Whitehall announces his biggest ever UK tour – with two dates in Birmingham planned for this November
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Jack Whitehall has announced a run of dates across the UK & Ireland – and it’s set to be his biggest tour to date.
He’ll play Arena Birmingham on November 16th + 17th, kicking off the tour which is set to run until December 22nd.
Today’s announcement precedes the BRIT awards on Wednesday 20th February, which Jack is presenting for the second successive year.
Speaking of the tour, Jack said: “I couldn’t be more thrilled to be going back out on the road.
“There’s no feeling like standing up on stage in front of an arena full of strangers, and still being able to hear your dad heckle you.”
Jack Whitehall also revealed today that a third season of Travels With My Father is currently being recorded, following two successful seasons which saw him travel across Southeast Asia and Europe with his father, Michael Whitehall.
Tickets go on sale this Friday at 9am on this link. Full UK & Ireland dates as follows:
16 – Arena Birmingham
17 – Arena Birmingham
19 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
20 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
21 – AECC, Aberdeen
23 – The O2, London
24 – The O2, London
25 – The O2, London
27 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
28 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
29 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
30 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
01 – FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield
04 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
05 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
06 – Metro Arena, Newcastle
07 – Metro Arena, Newcastle
10 – Brighton Centre
11 – Brighton Centre
12 – BIC, Bournemouth
13 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
14 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
17 – 3Arena, Dublin
18 – 3Arena, Dublin
19 – SSE Arena, Belfast
21 – Manchester Arena
22 – Manchester Arena
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