Richard Ashcroft ticket buying guide – Liverpool Echo Arena and London O2 Arena

Richard Ashcroft ticket buying guide – Liverpool Echo Arena and London O2 Arena

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With his new solo album These People riding high in the midweek charts, Richard Ashcroft gave his fans even more reasons to cheer this week with the announcement of two special arena gigs later this year.

The former Verve frontman and overall legend will play Liverpool’s Echo Arena on 7 December, and follow that up with a huge gig at London’s O2 Arena on 9 December. Both gigs will feature a full orchestra and Ashcroft has promised all the classics and fan favourites will get the orchestra treatment – so it should be a gig not to be missed!

As Richard Ashcroft has only announced a handful of UK dates in support of These People, so it’s likely that fans will be scrambling for tickets for these two shows when they go on sale. To help give you the best chance of getting hold of those all important tickets we’ve put together the below guide for you…

When do Richard Ashcroft tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the gigs at Liverpool Echo Arena and London O2 Arena go on sale on Friday 27 May at 9am.

Where can I buy Richard Ashcroft tickets?

The two official sellers of tickets are Ticketmaster and GigsandTours. Use the links below to buy tickets:

Ticketmaster – Richard Ashcroft tickets

GigsandTours – Richard Ashcroft tickets

How much do Richard Ashcroft tickets cost?

The price of tickets depends on which venue you are buying tickets for, and whether you opt for Standing or Seated tickets:

Liverpool Echo Arena ticket prices

Standing: £41.25

Seated: £38.50 – £49.50

Richard Ashcroft – Liverpool Echo Arena seating plan:

Seating plan for Richard Ashcroft Liverpool Echo Arena

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O2 Arena ticket prices

Standing: £42.90

Seated: £40.15 – £51.15

Richard Ashcroft – O2 Arena seating plan:

Seating plan at O2 Arena for Richard Ashcroft

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Ticket limits

The ticket limits are the same for both arenas:

Standing tickets: there is a strict limit of four tickets per person/per card

Seated tickets: There is a strict limit of six tickets per person/per card

Will there be any extra Richard Ashcroft dates

As we mentioned above, Ashcroft hasn’t announced many live dates in 2016. His short UK tour finishes on 27 May in Glasgow (sold out), and then these two gigs in Liverpool and London are his only other confirmed UK headline gigs.

However, it is likely that Richard Ashcroft will announce extra dates in December – especially if the demand for tickets is high.

So watch this space for more information.

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