The much loved British comedian is hitting the road with a new hilarious act. Here's what you need to know about securing Micky Flanagan tickets.
He's the cheeky Cockney geezer who never fails to leave an audience in stitches. And 2023 has brought with it the good news that the East Ender is touring again - his first one in six years. 2017's An Another Fing saw 11 sold-out shows at London's O2 and became the biggest comedy event of the year, entertaining over 600,000 people across the UK and Ireland. It's safe to say that the demand for tickets for his upcoming If Ever We Needed It… tour is exceptionally high, so we've shared details on how much tickets will cost and where to secure them.
It's not the only tour that's had people glued to their phones in the hope of securing tickets this year. Thousands tried for Beyonce tickets earlier this month, whilst rock 'n' roll fans rushed to get The Who tour tickets in January. March also saw the announcement of an S Club 7 reunion tour, in celebration of their 25th anniversary.
How much are Micky Flanagan tickets?
Tickets to Micky Flanagan's If Ever We Needed It… tour start from £35.75 per person. Ticket prices do not include the additional £2.75 admin fee, £2.50 transaction fee and £6.75 service charge per order.
Whilst standard ticket prices are priced between £35 and £64.50, there are a number of premium experiences being offered too - though these will set you back over £100 or more.
🤣 ICYMI 🤣If Ever We Needed It... Comedy superstar Micky Flanagan knows just when to announce his brand new stand up show that he'll bring to a venue near you this spring📅 Tickets go on sale next Saturday! pic.twitter.com/ZF5lj5e28HFebruary 19, 2023
Following a Ticketmaster presale on the morning of February 22, some re-sale ticket sites like ViaGoGo have already listed Micky Flanagan tickets online. Though it's worth noting that the prices are much higher than the original RRP.
One Twitter user, who was was unable to secure Micky Flanagan tickets in the presale, tweeted that "they are on viagogo for 3 x price". A quick scan shows tickets listed for £92 and more currently.
How do I get Micky Flanagan tickets?
Those signed up to the Ticketmaster mailing list were able to snap up pre-sale tickets on February 22, via a unique presale code. However, many users complained that they were experiencing technical difficulties with the site.
Large waiting times were also reported with lengthy queues. "Only 1800 people infront of me but apparently I can’t get tickets, tried getting 3, 2 and 1 tickets," tweeted Twitter user Beth Rossiter.
@Ticketmaster your a joke! In the queue first thing for micky Flanagan tickets, get to my turn & it crashes!! Literally no point in presale codes when you still can’t get tickets 😡February 22, 2023
O2 customers can try and secure Micky Flanagan tickets in a O2 Priority pre-sale, which takes place at 10am on February 23. Make sure you register your interest ahead of time to get priority access.
A Live Nation Presale is also happening at 10am on February 24. You'll need to create and register an account in advance to take advantage of the presale.
If unable to acquire tickets in a pre-sale, fear not. Micky Flanagan tickets will be on sale to the general public on Saturday 22 March.
Micky Flanagan tour dates 2023
- Wednesday 15 March - Bournemouth International Centre
- Friday 24 March - 3Arena, Dublin
- Thursday 30 March - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- Friday 31 March - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- Thursday 13 April - OVO Hydro, Glasgow
- Thursday 20 April - First Direct Arena, Leeds
- Friday 21 April - First Direct Arena, Leeds
- Thursday 11 May - The O2, London
- Friday 12 May - The O2, London
- Saturday 14 May - The O2, London
- Thursday 18 May - The O2, London
- Friday 19 May - The O2, London
- Friday 26 May - The O2, London
Due to popular demand, it was announced on February 22 that five extra dates had been added for Micky's If Ever We Needed It… tour. These extra performances include second nights in Birmingham and Leeds, plus three new dates for audiences at London's O2 Arena.
Micky Flanagan tour - extra details
As for what audiences can expect from the If Ever We Needed It… - the show is said to cover Micky turning 60. Alongside laughs about his age miletsone, there'll be jokes about "having sex with your glasses on, his school alumni and his ballbag."
As a result, an age limit of 16 and over is in place for all tour performances.
Those attending a Micky Flanagan have also been warned that no mobile phones, cameras or recording devices will be allowed at this show. Anyone caught with a phone in the venue will be immediately ejected.
"Upon arrival, all phones and smart watches will be secured in Yondr pouches that will be unlocked at the end of the show," states the BiC website. "Guests maintain possession of their phones throughout the night, and if needed, may access their phones at designated Yondr unlocking stations in the lobby."
Finally, guests are being encouraged to print their tickets in advance "to ensure a smooth entry process".
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