Madness announce C’est La Vie 2023 UK tour – dates, venues and how to buy tickets
21 April 2023, 10:42
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Madness follow up their summer shows with a massive UK tour this winter.
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Madness have been playing together (almost) nonstop for nearly half a century now, and they're showing no signs of slowing down.
They've already announced a load of live shows this summer, and they're following them up with a full UK tour in November and December.
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The 13-date tour includes shows in Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester and London before it wraps up in Birmingham.
"WOT-a-tour this promises to be!" said the band.
"We can't wait to be back out on the road, doing what we love best. Roll on November."
Madness will pack their sets with classic hits from their upcoming album, which will be their first since 2016's Can't Touch Us Now.
Support comes from The Lightning Seeds, and tickets for the new shows go on general sale next Friday, April 28 at 9.30am.
The full tour dates are as follows:
- Thursday 30 November – Aberdeen P&J Live
- Friday 1 December – Glasgow OVO Hydro
- Saturday 2 December – Newcastle Utilita Arena
- Monday 4 December – Cardiff International Arena
- Tuesday 5 December – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
- Thursday 7 December – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
- Friday 8 December – Leeds First Direct Arena
- Saturday 9 December – Manchester AO Arena
- Monday 11 December – Brighton Centre
- Tuesday 12 December – Bournemouth International Centre
- Thursday 14 December – Sheffield Utilita Arena
- Friday 15 December – London The O2
- Saturday 16 December – Birmingham Utilita Arena
These live shows follow Madness's already-announced summer dates, with limited tickets remaining for outdoor concerts in June and July.
Full details of these shows are as follows:
- Thursday 8 June– Cannock, Cannock Chase Forest
- Friday 9 June – Middlesborough Albert Park
- Thursday 15 June – Cheshire Delamere Forest
- Friday 16 June – Halifax The Piece Hall
- Friday 30 June – Limerick King John’s Castle
- Saturday 1 July – Dublin Trinity College
- Friday 21 July – Swansea Singleton Park