Skindred tickets out this week – heres where to get UK tour tickets
Skindred are back with a vengeance. They have a jam-packed summer full of shows, but come autumn, they will be headlining their own tour at some of the biggest venues in the UK. Kicking off their headline tour – The Smile Tour – in Northampton, Skindred will be embarking on an extensive 11-date tour around the country, hitting almost every major city in the country, before ending in Dublin, Ireland.
Skindred’s drummer, Arya Goggin, said of the tour: “There is a lot to Smile about when it comes to this TOUR! We are taking out an amazing new band called BlackGold too. They are bringing ‘Nu Metal’ back and I think ‘Dred fans will love them. Go check ’em out!”
Long before their headline tour, Skindred will be rocking the summer with headline sets at Takedown Festival and Dominion Festival, as well as joining the legendary KISS on their arena tour throughout the country.
Even more exciting: Skindred just released their new single, Set Fazers, taken directly from their upcoming eighth studio album, Smile.
Tickets for Skindred’s headline tour come out this week – here’s all the information you need.
When do Skindred tickets come out?
Tickets for Skindred’s headline UK tour come out this Friday, March 31, 2023, at 10am.
This is the general onsale event, so everyone will be able to grab tickets from TicketWeb here from 10am on Friday. These tickets are expected to run out fast, so it is advised that fans make some smart decisions to secure their tickets this week.
First of all, it is imperative that fans get into the digital queue for Skindred tickets a little earlier than 10am on Friday, March 31. This way, once the queue begins in earnest, fans will have a better shot of getting their tickets. However, it is imperative that fans do not leave the digital queue by refreshing or leaving the web page, else they may lose their spot and – with it – their chance of tickets.
It is also a good idea for fans to input their credit or debit card of choice earlier, to ensure a swift and secure checkout experience once tickets have been claimed.
Where are Skindred tickets coming out?
Skindred tickets are being released on a couple of different websites.
Ticketmaster has a number of ticket pages available for Skindred’s various live shows throughout the year here.
The site also has a landing page for Skindred’s various tour dates, linking directly to TicketWeb, where most of the tickets will be held.
Here, fans can grab tickets to the Skindred shows at Northampton, Nottingham, Brighton, Sheffield, and more.
Where are Skindred playing in the UK?
Skindred are kicking off their headline UK tour, the Smile Tour, on October 6, 2023, in Northampton. From there, they will journey through Leeds, Cambridge, Norwich, Brighton, Cardiff, Belfast and more.
Their tour will come to an end on November 18 after almost two months of hitting the road.
Scroll down for the full list of Skindred’s Smile UK Tour headline dates:
UK HEADLINE TOUR
- 6 – Northampton, Roadmender
- 7 – Leeds, O2 Academy
- 13 – Cambridge, Junction
- 14 – Norwich, Epic
- 19 – Nottingham, Rock City
- 27 – Brighton, Chalk
- 3 – Sheffield, Leadmill
- 4 – Lincoln, The Engine Shed
- 10 – Cardiff, Great Hall
- 17 – Belfast, Limelight 2
- 18 – Dublin, Academy
Skindred are playing a number of other shows throughout the UK across summer 2023, as well; including some festivals and supporting KISS on their farewell arena tour.
Scroll down for a full list of these Skindred summer dates:
SKINDRED 2023 TOUR DATES
- 8 – Portsmouth, Takedown Festival (Festival headliner)
- 7 – Durham, Dominion Festival (Festival headliner)
- 3 – Plymouth, Home Park Stadium (Supporting KISS)
- 5 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena (Supporting KISS)
- 6 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena (Supporting KISS)
- 7 – Austria, Novarock Festival
- 5 – London, The O2 (Supporting KISS)
- 7 – Manchester, AO Arena (Supporting KISS)
- 8 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro (Supporting KISS)
- 9 – Cheltenham, 2000 Trees Festival
- 23 – Maidstone, Maid Of Stone Festival
- 2 – Germany, Wacken Festival
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