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Blue announces a meeting with the hilarious TikTok: How to get tickets to a UK tour

Blue announces a meeting with the hilarious TikTok: How to get tickets to a UK tour

An iconic boy band Blue announced that they will return to stage like a tour of the UK and you can get tickets.

The band will travel around the country with their new one A tour for the soul and heart to celebrate the band’s 20th anniversary together.

Sharing the news in the hilarious TikTok, a favorite group of notes was spotted approaching the ATM just to find out they were all broken.

With a voice-over saying to them, “You have no money … so take your fool and go long, you’re broken!”

@officialblue Can also… #fyp ♬ original sound – Official Blue

Duncan James further shared the idea that they should reform, saying: “Today was not a very good day, but it was nice to see the guys. I approached and asked how things were, in fact everyone was very relaxed. Then I had this brilliant idea. why don’t we reform? ”

The ‘All Rise’ tour will take place in December in 12 cities, and the tour will start in Cardiff and end in Newcastle just days before Christmas.

How to get tickets

If you want to see the guys on their tour, you’re in luck tickets are on sale now.

You can get them through Ticketmaster now.

Blue is a complete list of UK tour dates

  • Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 19:00 – Cardiff: Motorpoint Arena
  • Monday, December 5, 2022 at 19:00 – Manchester: AO Arena Manchester
  • Wednesday, December 7, 2022 at 19:00 – Leeds: First Direct Arena
  • Friday, December 9, 2022 at 19:00 – Birmingham: Resorts World Arena
  • Sunday, December 11 at 19:00 – Liverpool: M&S Bank Arena
  • Monday 12 December at 19:00 – Brighton: Brighton Center
  • Tuesday, 13 December, at 19:00 – London: O2
  • Thursday 15 December at 19:00 – Bournemouth: Bournemouth International Center
  • Friday 16 December at 19:00 – Nottingham: Motorpoint Arena
  • Sunday, December 18 at 19:00 – Aberdeen: P&J Live Arena
  • Monday, December 19 at 19:00 – Glasgow: OVO Hydro
  • Tuesday, December 20 at 7pm – Newcastle: Utilita Arena Newcastle


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