Ricky Gervais announces further dates for ‘Armageddon’ world tour
Find out how to get tickets for Ricky Gervais’ upcoming tour.
Comedian Ricky Gervais has announced more dates for his world tour, ‘Armageddon’, which is already in full swing.
The tour includes a show at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, a venue that Gervais is especially looking forward to.
“When I was invited to play the iconic Hollywood Bowl, I said “What if it rains?” Gervais said. “This pretty much sums up how British people think.”
How and when to get Ricky Gervais tickets?
Fans will be able to purchase tickets via presale through Live Nation starting Wednesday, March 29 at 10 a.m. local time.
The general sale begins Friday, March 31, also at 10 a.m. local time. Fans can go to the Live Nation website to get their tickets.
Gervais is known to donate some of the proceeds from his shows to charity, and reportedly intends to do the same with the ‘Armageddon’ world tour.
The latest edition to ‘Armageddon’ tour schedule
Having already visited big venues in the UK, Amsterdam, Prague, and Helsinki, the comedy star announced Monday that he will be adding more UK shows in Cambridge, Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff, Nottingham, Liverpool, Birmingham, and Bristol.
He’ll also add more stops across Europe, including Vienna, Dublin, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Oslo, Lisbon, Stockholm, Berlin, and Munich.
The ‘Armageddon’ tour will also make stops in the United States and Canada, with a show at the Beacon in New York on May 1, as well as stops in Toronto on August 10 and Montreal on August 12.
Ricky Gervais ‘Armageddon’ tour dates
4 – Newcastle, City Hall14 – Zurich, Hallenstadion24 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
1 – New York, Beacon Theatre6 – Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
22 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange25 – Leeds, First Direct Arena30 – Manchester, O2 Apollo
10 – Vienna, Stadthalle14 – Cardiff, International Arena21 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena30 – New York, Radio City Music Hall
JULY1 – New York, Radio City Music Hall
11 – Dublin, 3Arena*20 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
AUGUST10 – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena12 – Montreal, Place Bell
31 – Barcelona, Auditori Forum CCIB
4 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
9 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena
13 – London, Palladium
14 – London, Palladium15 – London, Palladium
16 – London, Palladium
23 – Oslo, Spektrum
6 – London, OVO Arena Wembley
28 – Lisbon, Altice Arena
9 – Stockholm, Avicii Arena
17 – Berlin, Mercedez-Benz Arena
1 – Munich, Olympiahalle
11 – Bristol, Beacon
12 – Bristol, Beacon
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