Christina Aguilera 2022 UK tour: how to get tickets, prices and dates
Christina Aguilera tickets go on sale this week for her 2022 UK tour – and we’ve got all the info you need.
The pop icon recently announced details of four headline shows, which will take place this summer.
She’ll perform at London’s O2 Arena, Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena and Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre as part of the tour.
Fans will be able to get their hands on tickets from 9am on 4 February via Ticketmaster.
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As well as her arena shows, the singer will also headline Brighton Pride as it returns for the first time in three years.
SATURDAY MAIN STAGE ALERT!
Global Superstar Christina Aguilera @xtina is confirmed to headline We Are Fabuloso on Saturday 6th August 2022, Brighton & Hove Pride’s official fundraiser for @BH_RainbowFund
— Brighton & Hove Pride (@PrideBrighton) January 28, 2022
It’s safe to say that fans and Pride attendees were excited about the announcement, with one commenting, “making my dreams come true”.
Others said they were “utterly gagged” saying that she’s “the queen” and they “can’t wait” for the event.
It’ll take place at Preston Park on 6 August, while Paloma Faith will headline the festival on 7 August.
Fans can expect to hear her biggest hits including “Dirrty”, “Beautiful”, “Genie in a Bottle”, “Fighter” and “Ain’t No Other Man”.
You can find out how to get Christina Aguilera tickets for her 2022 UK tour below.
How to get Christina Aguilera tickets
They go on general sale at 9am on 4 February and they’ll be available from Ticketmaster here.
The shows in Scarborough, Liverpool and London will be fully seated, with tickets priced at £57.50 / £69.15 / £80.25 / £113.95 plus booking fees.
What are the tour dates?
- 2 August – Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
- 3 August – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
- 5 August – London, O2 Arena
- 6 August – Brighton Pride
Christina Aguilera is an LGBT+ ally
Aguilera is well known for her support of the LGBT+ community, which supports her right back.
In 2002 she featured scenes with a gay kiss and a trans woman in the music video for her hit “Beautiful”, and more recently released a Pride collection in support of two pioneering transgender charities.
The gay icon was also honoured by the Human Rights Campaign in 2019 with the Ally for Equality Award, in recognition for her “tireless efforts for positive change”.
“Christina Aguilera is a living legend and a true LGBTQ icon who consistently uses her global superstar platform to share a message of hope and inspiration to those who have been marginalised simply because of who they are,” HRC President Chad Griffin said at the time.