How to get tickets to the Ricky Gervais ‘Armageddon’ tour this week

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Ricky Gervais has announced additional dates for his Armageddon tour – find all the details on how to secure tickets below.

The comedian’s latest stand-up tour, which follows his previous show SuperNature, commenced with six UK dates throughout October and November last year.

Following the initial run, Gervais will continue to tour until the end of 2023 with additional dates across the UK, Europe, Canada and the US. This includes a four-night residency at the London Palladium in September.

After stops in Stockholm, Munich and Lisbon, the tour will conclude with two nights at Bristol’s Beacon concert hall in December.

Tickets for the new shows will be available first in a Live Nation pre-sale beginning Wednesday (March 29) at 10am local time. The general sale starts from Friday (March 31) at 10am local time, with tickets available here.

You can check out the remaining and additional (*) tour dates below.

4 – Newcastle, City Hall
14 – Zurich, Hallenstadion
24 – Manchester, O2 Apollo

1 – New York, Beacon Theatre*

6 – Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
22 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange*

25 – Leeds, First Direct Arena*
30 – Manchester, O2 Apollo*

10 – Vienna, Stadthalle*

14 – Cardiff, International Arena*
21 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena*
30 – New York, Radio City Music Hall

1 – New York, Radio City Music Hall
11 – Dublin, 3Arena*

20 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena*

10 – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena*
12 – Montreal, Place Bell*
31 – Barcelona, Auditori Forum CCIB*

4 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena*
9 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena*
13 – London, Palladium*
14 – London, Palladium*
15 – London, Palladium* 
16 – London, Palladium*
23 – Oslo, Spektrum*

6 – London, OVO Arena Wembley*
28 – Lisbon, Altice Arena*

9 – Stockholm, Avicii Arena*
17 – Berlin, Mercedez-Benz Arena*

1 – Munich, Olympiahalle*
11 – Bristol, Beacon*
12 – Bristol, Beacon*

Gervais performed a number of Armageddon warm-up shows last year. Back in June, he joked that he had reported his fans “for hate crimes” for laughing at this new material.

“Another amazing audience at @lsqtheatre for my #Armageddon new material night,” Gervais wrote on Twitter. They laughed at things that shouldn’t be laughed at and I have reported them all for hate crimes. I’ll do more soon.”

Earlier this year, Gervais faced criticism over “transphobic” jokes in his Netflix special SuperNature. After the special was released, the comedian defended making “taboo” jokes, saying comedy is for “getting us over taboo subjects so they’re not scary anymore”.

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