Peter Kay extra tour dates: New shows announced including Liverpool M&S Arena - how to get tickets

Peter Kay has added a second show in Liverpool to keep up with demand for his first tour in 12 years

Peter Kay has announced an extra Liverpool show to keep up with rampant demand for his huge tour of the UK and Ireland. The comedy legend will be stopping off at the city’s M&S Bank Arena for two nights in January and November 2023, with tickets for the second show soon to go on sale.

Kay’s The Better Late Than Never tour kicked off at Manchester’s AO Arena this month. Opening night saw the Bolton funnyman brought to tears on his first live comedy tour in 12 years.

The comedian has avoided the spotlight since 2017 when he cancelled a UK tour due to ‘unforeseen family circumstances’.  But the 49-year-old announced he would return to stand-up in an ad break during the series launch of ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.

Kay announced the new shows on BBC Radio this week. Here’s everything you need to know including dates, venue and how to get tickets.

When is Peter Kay in Liverpool?

Peter Kay is already scheduled to play a gig in Liverpool at the M&S Direct Arena on January 6 next year.

The comedian has now announced there will be a second show at the same venue late in the year on November 22.

How to get tickets to see Peter Kay

Tickets for the newly added date will go on general sale at 10am on Sunday (December 11) via Ticketmaster.

Full list of Peter Kay UK tour dates

Peter Kay will be touring the UK in 2023 and 2023, and is scheduled to play the following cities:

  • December 2, 2022: AO Arena, Manchester
  • December 3, 2022: AO Arena, Manchester
  • December 17, 2022: Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • January 6, 2023: M&S Arena, Liverpool
  • January 20, 2023: First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • January 29, 2023: OVO Hydro, Glasgow (new date)
  • January 30, 2023: Utilita Arena, Newcastle (new date)
  • February 17, 2023: Utilita Arena, Sheffield
  • March 9, 2023: Utilita Arena, Newcastle
  • March 23, 2023: Resorts World Arena, Birmingham
  • May 5, 2023: OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • May 19, 2023: First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • June 16, 2023: Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff
  • June 17, 2023: Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff
  • July 14, 2023: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • July 15, 2023: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • August 9, 2023: The SSE Arena, Belfast (new date)
  • August 11, 2023: Utilita Arena, Nottingham
  • October 6, 2023: Utilita Arena, Birmingham (new date)
  • November 17, 2023: Utilita Arena, Sheffield (new date)
  • November 22, 2023: M&S Arena, Liverpool (new date)
  • December 2, 2023: AO Arena, Manchester (new date)
  • December 15, 2023: First Direct Arena, Leeds (new date)

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