Paramore ticket prices have been revealed ahead of their UK tour dates going on sale

Paramore ticket prices have been revealed ahead of their UK tour going on sale

Paramore recently announced details of a headline UK and Ireland arena tour – and ticket prices have been revealed.

The group will perform their first live dates in the UK and Ireland in four years in support of their upcoming album.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 10am on 28 October via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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The tour will stop off in Dublin, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester, London, Birmingham and Cardiff in April 2023.

It’ll be in support of their first album in six years, This Is Why, which is due for release on 10 February and features the title track lead single.

Hayley Williams recently paid tribute to the “young girls, queer kids and anybody of colour” who’ve helped change the pop-punk scene.

Williams shared a handwritten essay on the band’s journey since it was formed in 2004, ahead of Paramore’s When We Were Young Festival headline performance on 23 October.

Taking to Instagram Stories, she posted a handwritten essay detailing the shifts in the ‘scene’, she added: “We have shifted this scene together, messily, angrily, heartbroken, and determined.”

You can find out the tour dates and how much tickets will cost for their shows below.

How much are Paramore tickets?

It’s been confirmed that Paramore tickets are priced at the following, which includes fees:

  • £68.50 – standing
  • £91.05 – seated
  • £68.50 – seated
  • £46.50 – seated

Prices vary depending on venue, but they average between £46.60-£74.55 for each date.

When do they go on sale?

They go on general sale at 10am on 28 October via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

You can check out the full tour schedule below.

Paramore’s UK and Ireland tour dates

  • 13 April – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
  • 15 April – Cardiff, United Kingdom – International Arena
  • 17 April – Glasgow, United Kingdom – OVO Hydro
  • 18 April – Manchester, United Kingdom – AO Arena
  • 20 April – London, United Kingdom – O2 Arena
  • 22 April – Birmingham, United Kingdom – Utilita Arena