Johnny Marr

Johnny Marr has announced a UK tour in October – ticket details

Johnny Marr tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday 6 June) at 9am for all 13 of his UK tour dates in October. See our ticket buying guide below for all the information you need to get tickets….

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Johnny Marr ticket prices

Prices vary for each of the tour dates. For the majority of dates the ticket price is £27.50, but for the gig at the O2 Academy in Brixton the tickets are £30.00; for the Manchester O2 Apollo gig they are £28.95 and for the Glasgow O2 Academy gig they are £29.75. Prices for all shows are the same for Seated and Standing tickets.

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There is a strict limit of just 6 tickets per person/per card for each of the shows, and for most of the shows under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult.

 

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Former Smiths guitarist and all-round legend Johnny Marr has announced a 13-date UK tour running in October.

O2 Priority tickets for the tour go on sale at 9am tomorrow (Wednesday 4 June) – here’s the link to buy them: www.o2priority.co.uk/artists/johnny-marr/6513

If you’re not on O2 then you will have to wait for tickets to go on general sale this Friday (6 June).

Here’s the tour dates in full:

OCTOBER
13 – Lincoln The Engine Shed
14 – Southend Cliffs Pavillion
15 – Bexhill De La War
17 – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
18 – Cardiff Great Hall
20 – Bournemouth O2 Academy
21 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
23 – London O2 Academy Brixton
24 – Bath Pavilion
25 – Manchester O2 Apollo
27 – Glasgow O2 Academy
28 – Newcastle 02 Academy
29 – Leeds 02 Academy

As well as featuring material from his 2013 debut solo album The Messenger, the tour in October is also likely to see Marr debut material from his new album – which he is currently recording in London.

Speaking to NME earlier this year about the follow-up to The Messenger, Marr said:

I think I’ve got all the songs written now. It’s cool. It’s got a real London feel, this album. I’m recording it down there at a studio near the river – I want to capture this busy, loud, very modern place.

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