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Daniel Howell announces solo world tour ‘We’re All Doomed’: dates, tickets and more

Jonny Yates May 9, 2022
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Daniel Howell has announced his debut solo world tour.

Daniel Howell has announced his debut solo world tour. (YouTube)

Comedian and YouTuber Daniel Howell has announced his first ever solo world tour.

Howell will embark on the We’re All Doomed tour across 2022 and 2023, with dates planned in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 10am on 13 May via ticketmaster.co.uk and ticketmaster.com.

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The tour will feature savage self-deprecation and soul-searching, as Dan over-shares his deepest fears and desires while trying to find hope for humanity.

He says: “We’ve got the climate, capitalism, the bloody bees doing a colony collapse and the Alexa’s are definitely going to rebel and kill us. If we can’t laugh about these things, we might as well give up, but don’t worry I’m sure everything will be fine!”.

He recently returned with a new video entitled, “Why I Quit YouTube”, two years after he uploaded his coming out video during Pride month.

In the video, he explained his journey of becoming a YouTuber (physically, emotionally, and mentally) and the fame and notoriety he’s received as an online celebrity.

When he came out in 2019 to his 6.5 million followers he said: “We live in a heteronormative world…. what this means is that most people are presumed to be straight so, if you’re not, at some point you have to come out.

“So yep: I’m here, I’m queer and don’t worry, I’m still filled with existential fear.”

Since then he’s shared his struggles with his sexuality and mental health in his special Gay and Not Proud and number one best-selling book, You Will Get Through This Night.

His tour will start on 10 September in the UK, visiting the likes of Manchester, Cardiff, Glasgow and London before heading across the globe into March 2023.

You can find out the full tour schedule and how to get tickets below.

How to get tickets

They go on general sale at 10am local time on 13 May.

Fans in the UK can get tickets from ticketmaster.co.uk.

For the North American tour dates head to ticketmaster.com.

If you want tickets for the Australian or European leg, then you can find out ticket link info below.

Daniel Howell’s 2022 world tour dates

2022

  • 10 September – Ipswich, Regent Theatre
  • 11 September – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
  • 13 September – Oxford, New Theatre
  • 14 September – Southampton, O2 Guildhall
  • 16 September – York, Barbican
  • 17 September – Birmingham, Symphony Hall
  • 19 September – Cardiff, St David’s Hall
  • 21 September – Brighton, Dome
  • 22 September – Cambridge, Corn Exchange
  • 23 September – London, Palladium
  • 25 September – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
  • 26 September – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall
  • 28 September – London, Palladium
  • 7 October – Toronto Canada, Massey Hall
  • 8 October – Kitchener Canada, Centre In The Square
  • 9 October – Montreal Canada , MTELUS
  • 11 October – Portland USA, State Theatre
  • 12 October – Boston USA, Boch Centre, Shubert theatre
  • 13 October – New Haven, USA, College Street Music Hall
  • 14 October – NYC USA, Kings theatre
  • 16 October – Red Bank USA, Count Bassie Centre for the Arts
  • 18 October – Albany USA, The Egg
  • 19 October – Pittsburgh USA, Carnegie Oakland
  • 20 October – Philadelphia USA, Miller Theater
  • 21 October – Reading USA, Santander PAC
  • 22 October – Tysons, USA, Capital One Hall
  • 24 October – Durham USA, DPAC
  • 25 October – Atlanta USA, The Eastern
  • 26 October – Jacksonville USA, Florida Theatre
  • 27 October – Fort Lauderdale USA, Broward Center
  • 28 October – Orlando USA, Hard Rock Live
  • 30 October – Nashville USA, War Memorial Auditorium
  • 1 November – Cincinnati USA, Taft Theatre
  • 2 November – Cleveland USA, The Agora
  • 4 November – Detroit USA, Cathedral Theatre
  • 5 November – Indianapolis USA, Clowes Memorial Hall
  • 6 November – Milwaukee USA, Pabst Theater
  • 8 November – Minneapolis USA, Orpheum Theatre
  • 10 November – Chicago USA, Chicago Theatre
  • 11 November – Kansas City USA, Arvest Bank Theatre
  • 12 November – Chesterfield USA, The Factory
  • 13 November – Oklahoma City USA, Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Centre
  • 15 November – Austin USA. ACL Live
  • 16 November – Houston USA, Cullen Performance Hall
  • 17 November – Dallas USA, Majestic Theatre
  • 19 November – Denver USA, Ellie Caulkins Opera House
  • 20 November – Salt Lake City USA, Eccles Theater
  • 24 November – Edmonton Canada, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
  • 25 November – Calgary Canada, Macewan Hall
  • 27 November – Vancouver Canada, Queen Elizabeth Theatre
  • 29 November – Seattle USA, Paramount Theatre
  • 30 November – Portland USA, Schnitzer Concert Hall
  • 2 December – Oakland USA, Paramount Theatre
  • 4 December – San Diego USA, Balboa Theatre
  • 5 December – Santa Barbara USA, Lobero Theatre
  • 6 December – LA USA, Theatre at Ace Hotel
  • 7 December – LA USA, Theatre at Ace Hotel
  • 8 December – Anaheim USA, City National Grove of Anaheim
  • 9 December – Mesa USA, Ikeda Theater

2023

  • 14 January – Perth Aus, Riverside Theatre – tickets
  • 17 January – Adelaide Aus, AEC Theatre – tickets
  • 18 January – Melbourne Aus, Palais Theatre – tickets
  • 21 January – Sydney Aus, Darling Harbour Theatre – tickets
  • 23 January – Brisbane Aus, Convention & exhibition centre – tickets
  • 25 January – Christchurch NZ, Town Hall – tickets
  • 26 January – Wellington NZ, Michael Fowler Centre – tickets
  • 28 January – Auckland NZ, Kira Te Kanawa Theatre – tickets
  • 17 February – Helsinki Finland, House of Culture – tickets
  • 19 February – Stockholm Sweden, Waterfront – tickets
  • 20 February – Oslo Norway, Folketeateret – tickets
  • 22 February – Copenhagen Denmark, DR Koncerthuset – tickets
  • 24 February – Berlin Germany, Tempodrom – tickets
  • 25 February – Amsterdam Netherlands, Rai Theater – tickets
  • 27 February – Frankfurt Germany, Jahrhunderthalle – tickets
  • 28 February – Antwerp Belgium, Queen Elizabeth Hall – tickets
  • 2 March – Dublin Ireland, Vicar Street – tickets
  • 3 March – Belfast Northern Ireland, Waterfront hall
  • 5 March – Reykjavik Iceland, Eldborg Harpa

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