The bubbly Bolton Wanderer has announced further dates to his 'The Tour That Doesn't Tour Tour' - now dubbed 'The Tour That Doesn't Tour Tour - Farewell Tour', which originally began in April this year. Basically, Peter Kay is now all set to conclude this tour with three pairs of final nights in his most successful cities, giving you one final opportunity to see one of the most successful comedy tours.
The new dates are in London on 8th and 9th June, Birmingham on 16th and 17th June and Manchester on 18th and 19th October. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Monday 8th November, priced at £35 plus usual fees.
Demand for these 'farewell' nights will be as high as ever, which is hardly surprising when you remember that he sold out 10 consecutive nights at London's O2 and has gone on to sell over 1 million tickets [that's more tickets than Mancunian neighbours Take That! - Ed] since the tour began. I'm surprised he had time to present the BRIT Awards earlier this year.
With the initial dates all-but sold-out, extra dates have been added to Peter Kay's monsterous tour. And they are: London O2 Arena (7th and 10th June), Birmingham (14th, 15th and 18th June) and Manchester (20th and 21st October)... watch this space for more!