Maneskin presale tickets: Live Nation, O2 priority info for the group’s London show
Maneskin presale tickets for their huge London show are going on sale this week – and we’ve got all the info you need.
The group will perform at the O2 Arena on 8 May in 2023 as part of their Loud Kids Get Louder Tour.
Their previously scheduled show at the O2 Brixton Academy earlier this year will now be upgraded to the 20,000 capacity O2 Arena in London.
Announcing the news on Instagram, the group confirmed: “All our rescheduled European indoor dates have been upgraded due to demand + we’ve added some new ones for all of you who missed the chance to get their tickets.”
“Also we really want to thank you for being so understanding during this long period as we got this in place. We know you’ve been waiting patiently for this announcement, and we feel very grateful towards all our beloved fans for your love, support and understanding.
“We missed you and we missed performing, and we can not wait to play for you all again!”, they added.
You can find out how to access the ticket presales and price info below.
How to access the O2 priority sale
An O2 presale takes place at 9:30am on 23 March.
How to get Maneskin Live Nation presale tickets
Fans can access a Live Nation presale from 10am on 24 March.
To access this sign up or log in to Live Nation, then head to the Maneskin artist page to buy presale tickets.
How much are Maneskin tickets?
Currently the ticket prices for their O2 Arena show are yet to be announced.
Fans can expect the prices to be revealed once presale tickets are released, so this should give us an idea of what standing and seated tickets will be priced at.
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What are the tour dates?
- 3 April – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
- 4 April – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
- 6 April – Milano, Italy Mediolanum, Forum
- 11 April – Barcelona, Spain, Palau Saint Jordi
- 26 April – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion (previous venue: Halle 622)
- 28 April – Wien, Austria Wiener, Statdhalle
- 30 April – Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg, Rockhal
- 2 May – Copenhagen, Denmark, The Royal Arena
- 5 May – Milano, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
- 8 May – London, UK, The O2 Arena (previous venue: O2 Academy Brixton)
- 12 May – Warsaw, Poland, Torwar Hall
- 14 May – Prague, Cz. Republic, O2 Arena (previous venue: Malá Sportovní Hala)
- 16 May – Budapest, Hungary, Budapest Arena (previous venue: Barba Negra)
- 18 May – Riga, Latvia, Arena Riga
- 19 May – Tallin, Estonia, Saku Suurhall